DINNER VENUE IS NOW THE BERTUCCI'S Restaurant 799 Main Street, Cambridge

Next Dinners: December 11th, 2014;     January 8, 2015; February 12th, 2015

You are not alone! There are many health and human service providers who also have mental health and/or addiction issues.

While the dinner was originally for peer providers it is now open to all.

We get together once a month to network and support each other. The dinners start at 6pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month. BERTUCCIS's has a variety of food and has a really good unlimited salad/soup combo.
Bertucci's phone number is (617) 661-8356. There is plenty of metered parking nearby and it is free after 6pm.
We get seperate checks and they take credit cards.

They have a really good unlimited soup and salad combo for $ 7.99, dine in only.
The also have good coupons on their website and better ones if you sign up for the list.
The SERVICE has been excellant.
OK to just show up, usually 10-12 people attend from all many different organizations you are on your own to pay

More information below, scroll down to see it.

How to find us: We usually sit at table of 12 on the left near the window or ask staff for Howard.
While RSVP is not necessary, please email hdt@mit.edu with the number of people in your party!



Howard D. Trachtman will be at all of these dinners.
We are thinking of adding more dinners, please email your suggestions to howard@BostonResourceCenter.org

Frequently people come from the Boston Resource Center or the new Hope Center by car and/or on the MBTA.

We are now part of the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community

If you can't afford a dinner, please still come and join us; others frequently share their food.

If you are looking for more social opportunities, please see Opening doors to the arts

For more information, or to be put on an email reminder list, please contact:
Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP 781-642-0368 howard@BostonResourceCenter.org

Here is our new web address: http://www.twohats.org       Last update: 11/14/14 by Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP

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