A collaboration between CHNA 18 and McLean Hospital: Supporting Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19.
CHNA 18, via McLean Hospital, has provided funds to several organizations to support mental health in our communities, with a focus on Waltham. Click HERE to see the full list of programs, and check out one of the new programs below!
Thriving After Cancer: Strategies and State of Mind: A Three Part Survivorship Series hosted by the Mass General Cancer Center at Newton-Wellesley
Keep Calm and Carry On: Putting Stress in Its Place
Wednesday, June 16, 7-8:00pm
Coping Resources: Inside and Out
Wednesday, June 30, 7-8:00pm
Adult Depression: Getting on the Path to Wellness as a Family Webinar
Tuesday, June 29, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM ET/ 4:00 to 5:30 PM PT.
In this webinar, Dr. Christine M. Crawford discusses the causes and symptoms of depression in adults, practical ways that caregivers can support a loved one in getting help and accessing treatment, and how caregivers can support their families during episodes of depression.
After the webinar, complete our online evaluation and you'll receive a free copy of two of our brochures - Coping with Stress and Adult Depression:Stories of Families and Hope.
Click to receive your free brochure
NWH is seeking to award a single grant to a community-based organization or collaborative of organizations focused on addressing housing insecurity within NWH’s primary service area.
Click below for more information.
Watch one-minute video in English and in Spanish that shows memory cafés in action, including virtual and in-person cafés. Please share this with anyone who would like to know what a memory café is all about!
LISTEN: The Troubling Trend of Suicide in Young Children.
A Conversation with Jon Mattleman.
COVID-19 Scheduling Resource
Line is available by dialing 2-1-1 from any phone in MA on Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm, currently serving residents 75+. Translation available.
Mass 211's information & referral line remains open 24/7 for all other human service needs.