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What We Do

The SERLC offers a variety of services and supports
for wherever you are in your wellness journey.

Peer Support

Peer support can be subtle or frequent, brief or ongoing,
but it's always accessible and always flexible at the SERLC sites.

Peer Supporters are people with lived experience of severe trauma, mental health challenges, and/or substance misuse issues who are willing to share their experience, strength, and hope with others.

Through empathetic listening and encouragement, Peer Supporters help others to cope with social or emotional barriers and to stay motivated to reach their goals.

Peer support can take on many forms – phone calls, text messaging, group meetings,
home visits, going for walks together, and much more.

Facilitated Peer Support Groups

Each of The SERLC sites offers a variety of unique and creative groups. 

People are welcome to join or leave at any time.


There are a wide range of topics such as Combating Loneliness, Anger & Self-Control, Trauma & Suicide,

and Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA), among others.


We also offer more upbeat, fun groups, such as Creative Art, Rockin' Recovery, Trivia, and so much more!


Please click on the individual sites to see their full calendar and assortment of groups. 

The full SERLC schedule can be accessed at the link below.

One thing that is consistent throughout all of our sites, is the use of our "Comfort Agreement",

which is read at the beginning of each group and is strictly adhered to to ensure a safe environment for all.

Peer Bridging

Our Peer Recovery Bridgers support people in making a transition from an inpatient or carceral setting to connect with resources in their communities of choice.

They work with the people they support in their preferred environments

and in the community to support their recovery goals. 

Recovery Bridgers work to close any gaps and assist in any transitional issues that may arise when someone is leaving an inpatient facility and transitioning back home. 

Some of the supports a Peer Bridger can help with:

  • Educating on and connecting to community services before and after discharge.

  • Serving as an advocate and ally.

  • Helping to foster independence.

  • Giving a sense of inspiration, hope, and a sense of community.

Resource Sharing

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Learning Opportunities

We offer several FREE trainings throughout the year that can help kickstart a career,

and/or strengthen your tools of recovery.

Trainings vary in difficulty, length, and location. There is something for everyone!  

If you would like to learn about upcoming trainings, please subscribe to our email list below.

We look forward to taking this journey together.

To get updates on our upcoming learning opportunities, please subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of the page. 


We love to have fun at our Recovery Connection Centers!

Past events have included bowling, movie and game nights, laser tag, beach trips, trips to restaurants, breakfast at the State House in Boston, holiday excursions such as Haunted Hayrides, and much more.

All our events are free of cost!

To get updates on our upcoming events, please subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of the page. 

Volunteer Opportunities

We offer many opportunities to get involved. 

The Southeast Recovery Learning Community is entirely peer-run.
Most of our staff began their recovery journey as a volunteer member at one of our RCCs

We love nothing more than to see a member of our community participate in their own wellness

and recovery and reach their goals through hard work and determination.

We are waiting for you to join us and enjoy recovery together!

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