“Replanting Lives” is a support group that meets twice a month, the 2nd Tuesday morning (10:30-noon) at the Bedford Public Library, 7 Mudge Way, Bedford MA in the Conference Room (on the third floor) and the second Wednesday evening (7-8:30pm at the Bedford COA at 12 Mudge Way) of each month, based on the book, “Replanting Lives Uprooted by Mental Illness: A Practical Guide for Families,” by Nancy Pizzo Boucher.
Directions: Directions to the Bedford Public Library are easy since it is right off of Great Road in Bedford! Directions to the Bedford Council on Aging: take Great Road to Elm Street. At the stop sign, go right and then left (there is a sign showing the COA is to the left). There is a large parking area. When you walk in the building, go straight! You are there! Any questions, feel free to call 781-405-8376 for assistance.
For more information: Replanting Lives A Support Group Fact Sheet
Each FREE session is conducted by Mara Briere, MA, CFLE and a co-facilitator:
- concrete tools
Participants become better equipped to manage the changes in the family since a loved one has been diagnosed with a mental illness/behavioral health disorder.
“Replanting Lives” is a safe space where participants receive insight and feedback in order to help practice new behaviors that enhance their lives and relationships, and support the recovery of their loved ones. It offers family members the strength and resilience that replanting from life’s difficulties is a process, of which the group can be a part.
For questions and to register, please contact us at 781-405-8376 or GASFInc@outlook.com Tickets are FREE!
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