Monthly Archives: August 2016

How to Talk to Angry People

This upcoming talk may be of interest to our members.

How to Talk to Angry People

Feel intimidated or always run over by angry people? This program will help you manage other people’s anger.

Wednesday September 28th 2016 from 6:00-8:00PM

Middlesex Community College
33 Kearney Square
Lowell, MA

Space is limited, registration is required, no cost to the general public.
To register:

The Anger Management Program’s Lecture Series
Anger Management Program, P.O. Box 8895, Lowell, MA 01853-8895

Mr. Favreau has over 35 years of experience working with mentally ill, substance abusing, and criminally involved adults while working for the Department of Mental Health.  He has been the director of the Anger Management Program since the program’s inception in June 1998. The Anger Management Program provides services to individuals involved with Lowell District and Superior Courts.

David Favreau
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor I
Certified Domestic Violence Counselor
Certified Addiction Specialist

Fall 2016 Family-to-Family Class Schedule

NAMI of Central Middlesex is sponsoring 3 Family-to-Family classes this fall. Family-to-Family, a NAMI Signature Program, is a 12 week course for family caregivers of those with mental illnesses. The course focuses on coping skills, finding resources, support, and gaining a better understanding of mental illnesses and the mental health system. We offer these classes at no cost to the participants.

This fall, Family-to-Family is available on 3 different nights in 3 different towns:

    • Mondays: Starting September 19 in Boxborough. Email Steve at
    • Wednesdays: Starting September 14 in Winchester. Email Jacquie at
  • Thursdays: Starting September 15 in Lexington. Email Janet at

Need more information? Our instructors are always ready to speak with you about whether or not Family-to-Family can be of help to you. You can also find more information, including schedules for Family-to-Family classes in other towns, at the NAMI Massachusetts Family-to-Family page.