First Out of State Presentation and Peer Mentor Graduation
Today was groundbreaking for The NAN Project as we held our first ever in-person presentation out of state! We presented to the students at the University of New Hampshire, most of whom were studying occupational therapy. We were extremely impressed with the audience’s questions and enjoyed the discussion that followed. We look forward to more programming at UNH as well as more colleges and universities!
Our newest cohort of Peer Mentors also graduated today from our training at YouForward in Lawrence and we are excited to welcome them to the team.
Presentations to McCall Middle School and Revere High School
Today we presented to McCall Middle School in Winchester and to students of The Power of Know in Revere High School. We were pleased to share our stories of lived experience and discuss mental health with them!
Peer Mentor Training at YouForward Lawrence
Today was our second day of Peer Mentor training at YouForward Lawrence. The morning started with part 1 of QPR and our trainees worked on writing their stories in the afternoon. We are beginning to see our trainees put together their comeback stories and we look forward to them sharing their completed stories next week!
Presentations to Lowell High School and QPR for UTEC
This week we have presented to over 265 students at Lowell High School! We also held a QPR presentation for staff members UTEC in Lowell.
Presentations to Danvers High School and New Heights Charter School
Today we presented to Danvers High School and New Heights Charter School in Brockton. We were grateful to return to Danvers and to present to New Heights Charter as we expand our programming into more of the South Shore.
SOS Programming at Wakefield Memorial High School
We had our very first Peer Mentor presentation for Wakefield Memorial High School today alongside their SOS (Signs of Suicide) program. This program educates students about depression, suicide, and how to ask for help. We are excited to continue our work with Wakefield!