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About MS4MH

The Middlesex4MentalHealth web platform was created by Winchester and Woburn teen interns participating in the Leaders for an Equitable Tomorrow (LET) program during the summer of 2022. The purpose of the platform is to provide mental health resources for teens and connect them with opportunities for peer discussions and support on mental health topics. Learn more about some of the interns involved with this project by checking out their bios here

While the site can be useful to teens anywhere, Middlesex4MentalHealth is intended to be especially useful to local teens in our area. We have included a calendar of events and plan to offer in person discussions of topics of interest.

LET is coordinated through a partnership between two local nonprofit organizations, the Network for Social Justice (NFSJ) and Social Capital Inc. (SCI). The LET program began in the summer of 2021, with participating teens exploring the intersection of racism and mental health through a series of workshops and needs assessment gathering processes. A core group of the initial LET participants met during the spring of 2022 and established the development of this platform as the LET project for summer of 2022.

The initial funding for the LET program came through CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. Cummings Foundation provides major funding for SCI & NFSJ.

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