WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) hosted remote trainings on critical topics including how educators can address domestic violence, mental health and equity amid COVID-19 last week.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll are pleased to announce that the Gloucester Health Department has launched a new, free program to help members of the public navigate the mental health care system.
NORWOOD — General Manager Tony Mazzucco and Public Health Director Sigalle Reiss wish to share with the residents of Norwood the following information on mental health resources that are available during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, through Impact Norwood.
City of Gloucester Provides Guidance to Help Manage Stress and Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19 Social Distancing and Isolation
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Emergency Management Director and Assistant Fire Chief Joe Aiello would like to share tips to help residents alleviate their stress and panic surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) while practicing social distancing. The COVID-19 outbreak and fear of becoming ill can cause stress and panic […]
WAKEFIELD — Town Administrator Stephen P. Maio would like to share tips to help residents alleviate their stress and panic surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) while practicing social distancing.
WRENTHAM — The King Philip Regional School District, the Norfolk Public Schools, the Plainville Public Schools and the Wrentham Public Schools are pleased to announce a new collaboration between the school departments and KyleCares that will seek to support student behavioral and mental health needs.
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.