Lyme Disease Resource Center, Inc.

243 King St. Suite 248  Northampton  MA  01060    413-588-7388


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2nd Saturdays:

Lyme Support Group

243 King St. Suite 248 Northampton MA 01060

Next Meeting: June 10th 2017

Guest Presenter Trevor Smith:

"Laugh for the Health of It:  Creating Healthy Lifestyles through Laughter"

(Rescheduled from a previous date) Laugh the stress of life away at the Lyme Disease Resource Center, where Trevor Smith from Blue Sky Consulting will present a program called: 

"Laugh for the Health of It: Creating Healthy Lifestyles through Laughter."

Participants will learn a systematic method of chuckles, chortles, giggling and guffawing that promises to help reduce stress, prevent hardening of the attitudes and contribute to world peace. The laughter routine, designed to make anyone feel better, works without using jokes or comedy to stimulate the laughter.

Facilitated discussion will follow:  Strategies and resources for living well with tick-borne illness.  All are welcome including any persons supporting those with Lyme or tick borne illness.

3rd Wednesdays

Lyme Disease and Chronic Illness

Support and Wellness Group

 243 King St. Suite 248 Northampton MA 01060

Next Meeting: June 21st 2017

Guest Facilitator: Brittany Justin

Facilitated discussion: a peer-based group for those with Lyme Disease and/or chronic illness to create connection and end isolation with the intention of moving towards wellness.

All are welcome including any persons supporting those with Lyme or chronic illness.

Other Local Support Groups:

Kick-the-Tick Support Group

"It is a time to meet others who may share your concerns or experiences with Lyme disease, and to help break the cycle of loneliness and silence which often times surrounds Lyme disease.  You do not have Lyme but perhaps you are a caregiver to someone with the disease, or you are just interested in learning about this disease, all are welcome to attend."

Lyme Alliance of the Berkshires, North County:
All North County meetings will include a door prize raffle
as part of the meeting. Attendees will receive a ticket and
a drawing will be done at the end of the meeting.


Chronic Stress: Its Impact on Chronic Illness and How to Cope
with Heather Juby of Wellness Underground

Saturday, June 10th, 2017
2 PM to 4:15 PM (In older emails and some advertisements it is listed as 1:30 PM)

This meeting was originally supposed to start at 1:30 PM but due to a scheduling conflict has to start at 2 PM. The library auditorium will be set up for 1:30 PM and there will be free info available for you to look at if you want to arrive then. The meeting will officially start at 2 PM however.

Prevention is the Best Medicine
Saturday, July 8th, 2017 1:30 to 4:30 PM

Saturday, July 8th, 2017
Starting a 1:30 PM

Featured: Inside the Lyme Epidemic: Past Present and Future with Pamela Weintraub
Saturday, August 12th, 2017 starting at 1:30 PM

We are proud to announce that Pamela Weintraub, author of the most well-known Lyme book, Cure Unknown, and decades-long Lyme advocate will be visited us in August. She will be discussing what has changed since her book first published in 2008 and what needs to be done to help end the Lyme epidemic!
All meetings take place at:
Berkshire Athenaeum
Ground Floor Auditorium
1 Wendell Avenue
Pittsfield, MA 01201


South County Lyme Disease Awareness Meeting (S.C.L.A.M.)
Facilitated by Barbara Wells

Prevention is the Best Medicine
South County Lyme Disease Awareness Meeting
with Kenneth Mercure, facilitated by Barbara Wells
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017
12:30 to 2:30 PM

Mason Library's fiscal year ends in June, so this date is subject to change.
July 22nd is currently set aside for us on their books, but is not scheduled yet.

All meetings take place at:

Mason Library

Community Room
231 Main Street
Great Barrington, MA 01230

Sturbridge Lyme Awareness of MA

​ ​"We work to provide resources and support to those affected with tick borne diseases (TBD's) and to raise awareness of the TBD epidemic affecting millions of Americans every year.  We also work as legislative advocates on behalf of the Lyme community to allow access to affordable care for those affected when prescribed by a licensed physician"

Central Mass Lyme Foundation

" a non-profit organization created to help those battling Lyme disease as well as other tick-borne illnesses. Ken and Michele Miller started the organization in memory of Michele's Mom, Jeanne Cloutier, who passed away in February, 2013 as a result of late-stage Lyme Disease. Michele and Ken witnessed first-hand the devastating effects of the disease and recognized that something had to be done. Their foundation was created to help raise awareness and educate people about the disease, teach prevention and provide support to the local community."

Tick Talk - Lyme Disease Support Group of Monson MA

Grace Community Church at the Norcross House

125 Main St.

Monson, MA 01057