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Each Monday during the month of May, join the City of Cambridge, the Mayor's Office and its partners for #MentalHealthMondays Virtual Forums:
• Monday, May 4th: Overview of Mental Health and Resources available throughout the City of Cambridge
• Monday, May 11th: Mental Health and Communities of Color
• May 18th: Mental Health and Children (3-4pm) and Mental Health and Seniors (4-5pm)
The one-hour segment will be available on CCTV on Monday, May 4th, May 11th and May 18th. Links will be available on our Newsletter, Facebook and YouTube as well. Your questions will be answered in one of the segments above.
NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental health conditions. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the support groups are designed to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.
For the purposes of continuing the conversation about a COVID-19 plan, in light of the extended school closures and updated remote learning guidance provided by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Friday, April 24th, and for the purpose of discussing the appeal to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education regarding the determination of the last day of school for the 2019-2020 school year.
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Decisions are being made that will impact your child(ren)! Please join the conversation tonight at 6pm and learn about the cities Covid-19 and education plan. Sign up for Public Comment and share your story.