Signal Boost: Telephone Support Group for People with Disabilities

I posted about this group once before. Apparently that garnered some interest, and the group proceeded. Now they are opening the group to more people again. Please share with anyone you think might be interested.

– Sharon, the muse of Gadget, and Barnum, SDiT

Join a support group by telephone

from anywhere in the country (or the world)!

Connect with others dealing with concerns similar to your own.

Boston Self Help Center, a small nonprofit run by and for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses, is offering a peer-counseling support group that is being held by telephone. The support group, which is made up of people with a range of disabilities and illnesses, has been meeting for several months and is now looking to add two or three new members.

Boston Self Help Center has been providing peer-counseling support groups in a cross-disability setting for over 30 Years. We charge on a sliding fee scale; you pay only what you can afford. Your fees help make possible the continuation of our support-group program.

If you are interested in learning more about the group, please leave a message for Linda or Cindy on Boston Self Help Center’s message line: (617) 277-0080 (voice/TTY).

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