Trauma-Informed Fitness Class at First Day of Peer Mentor Summer Learning Series
The NAN Project Granted $21,000 from WCVB Channel 5 Boston’s Fifty Year Fund
We were awarded a generous grant from WCVB Channel 5 Boston through their Fifty Year Fund at the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge! Jake, our executive director, spoke with WCVB about how this grant will make a big difference in reaching more students in MA. We are so grateful to WCVB for all the work they do to support community organizations and kudos to all who ran in the corporate challenge!
North Shore Teen Summer Send-Off in Beverly
This past weekend our Peer Mentors Ares, Emilia, and Rachel tabled at the North Shore Teen Summer Send-Off in Beverly! It was great to make new connections and send students off into the summer with this community event.
Saugus Community Resource & Fun Fair
Presentations to MLK Charter School in Springfield
Presentations to Marsh Middle School in Methuen
Today our peer mentors presented to 6th graders at Marsh Middle School in Methuen for the first time! We hope they have a wonderful last few days of school.
Peer Mentor Presentations to Methuen Middle Schools
This week we presented to over 300 students in three middle schools in Methuen: Comprehensive Grammar School, Tenney Grammar School, and Timony Grammar School for the first time! We finished up our last round of SEL Circles at Thurgood Marshall Middle School in Lynn and Phoenix Academy Lawrence and we also presented QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer): Suicide Prevention Programming to staff at Lowell High School!
Mental Health America Conference in Washington DC
Some of our staff members take on DC at The Mental Health America Conference! We are always learning new ways to enhance our programming.
First Presentations to Comprehensive Grammar School in Methuen
Today we presented our mental health programming to Comprehensive Grammar School in Methuen for the first time! The first presentation of the day was held in Spanish and we presented to over 100 students. We appreciated the 6th graders’ attention and great questions!
Presentations to Over 250 Students
This week, our Peer Mentors presented at Medford High School, O’Maley Innovation Middle School in Gloucester, Devens School in Everett, and Revere High School. We are so thankful to have connected with over 250 students this week!