May 17, 2024
The NAN Project Hosts its First Youth Mental Health Summit
November 17, 2023
Honoring State Senator Cindy Friedman as a NAN Project “Friend for Life”
It was our great pleasure to honor State Senator Cindy Friedman as a NAN Project “Friend for Life” at this year’s Night for NAN! We’d once again like to thank her for all the advocacy she’s done in helping to support our work fighting the stigma against mental health!
Check out this article written by Daily Times Chronicle about Senator Friedman receiving the award here
November 20, 2019
The NAN Project on ‘5 for Good’

See the The NAN Project Team on WCVB -TV Channel 5 for their segment “5 for Good.” The team was interviewed by anchor Erika Tarantal. Ellen, Jake, and Elli discuss The NAN Project and the growing need for mental health awareness and suicide prevention programming in schools!

Watch the clip here.

July 17, 2019
The NAN Project on Chronicle

The NAN Project was again featured on Chronicle, this time as part of their coverage of Suicide Prevention organizations and resources for National Suicide Prevention Week. Special coverage is given to our recently completed film, “13 Reasons Why We Need to Talk About Suicide.” Watch the segment here!

July 15, 2019
Filming with MindWise

The NAN Project Team spent the afternoon filming with MindWise to create a new, updated video for their SOS Signs of Suicide school-based curriculum. We used a couple of our peer mentors for the video, while they were being asked questions about their journey to recovery and how they stayed strong. Peer Coordinator Elli Peltola was also recorded for her own segment, for a deeper dive into her story. 

We cannot wait to see the final product! Thank you to MindWise for letting us be apart of your video that will be broadcasted to thousands of students all across America!

‘The Promise of Hope’ with Malden Access TV

This March, a team of our Peer Mentors reflected on their recovery for the first episode of ‘The Promise of Hope,’ a segment filmed for Malden Access TV. We had a blast working with the staff of MATV, as well as the film crew – all young adults themselves and students of Malden High School and Middle School!

To watch the episode, click here or watch below!

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