WEST NEWBURY — Principal Jonathan Seymour is pleased to share that students at Pentucket Regional High School will participate in a series of events this school year about anti-bullying, mental health and positivity.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA — Members of meHUB are pleased to announce the launch of the organization’s website.
Medway Public Schools Invites Parents to Attend Film Screening, Panel About Screen Time and Stress Resilience in Teenagers
Superintendent Armand Pires would like to invite parents to attend the district’s screening of “Screenagers: Next Chapter” next month. Parents will be able to watch the film and hear from a panel of experts to learn about how screen time may be affecting their teenagers.
MILFORD— Superintendent Jessica Huizenga is pleased to announce that the district has created several positions and made new hires in an effort to facilitate its enhanced efforts support student’s social emotional well-being and growth.
Winthrop Police Sgt. Sarko Gergerian was recognized last month for his work advancing mental health outreach community-wide.
Medfield Public Schools Seeing Improved Mental Health Wellness with Use of INTERFACE Referral Services
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden is pleased to announce that the Medfield Public School’s use of the INTERFACE Referral Services program has continued to grow, while helping to improve the mental health and wellness of students throughout the district and beyond.
PLYMOUTH — Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) Executive Director Allie Hunter is pleased to announce that P.A.A.R.I. has been awarded a $930,000 Integrative Behavioral Health grant by South Shore Health.
King Philip, Norfolk, Wrentham, and Plainville School Districts Receive Grant for Mental Health Services
NORFOLK — King Philip Superintendent Paul Zinni, Norfolk Superintendent Ingrid Allardi, Plainville Superintendent David Raiche and Wrentham Superintendent Allan Cameron are pleased to announce that the four school districts have been awarded a $311,150 grant from Governor Baker’s office to support student behavioral and mental health services.
DURHAM –Superintendent James Morse is pleased to announce that Oyster River Cooperative School District will recognize the support, resources, and programming school counselors provide to students starting Monday for National School Counseling Week.
Arlington Police Department Selected as One of Four New Agencies in U.S. to Become Mental Health Learning Site
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is pleased to announce that the Arlington Police Department has been selected as one of four new Law Enforcement Mental Health Learning Sites in the U.S., and will serve as an example of how police can improve relations with those suffering from mental illnesses.