May 18th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Join Lime Connect and The Stability Network’s Michelle Tenzyk, as she moderates a discussion with Lime Network members about living and working with a mental health condition. Through this engaging session, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of mental health conditions as well as ways in which to support individuals on both personal and professional levels.
Note: These sessions are open to anyone who might benefit from joining, including individuals seeking to better support students and professionals with Chronic Health Conditions.
May 20th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
The Co-Pad presents a series of monthly meet-ups for men of color in Boston. Join us for May's meet-up! Our May featured speaker is Kurt Faustin, the founder of The stressLESS Society. We'll be discussing mental health in our community. Due to COVID restrictions, capacity is limited.
May 20th, Starting at 7:30pm
This is a virtual celebration of joy, resilience and the power and creativity of the arts. The performance will highlight the work of community youth as well as those in residential treatment programs throughout the year along with virtual creations inspired during our stay at home time during the COVID 19 crisis.
Featured works created by our youth in partnership with guest artists include: an uplifting music video with Ricky Duran (The Voice, Season 17), a colorful dance piece with Carlos Thomas and Cammie Griffin of STOMP, visual storytelling with filmmaker Matt Mixon, and hybrid animal art sculptures with visual artist Wes Bruce.
Join us for an uplifting experience with over 450 youth participants from over 20 programs that created visual art and original performance.
May 22nd, Starting at 9:30am
NAMIWalks Massachusetts brings together thousands of people each year to combat discrimination, raise funds, and educate the public about mental health. NAMIWalks is our biggest and most important fundraiser of the year, and supports our educational programs, support groups, helpline, and grassroots advocacy efforts.
May 22nd, 9:00am - 3:00pm
The Watertown Free Public Library is partnering with Wayside Multi-Service Center to offer Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) for the Watertown Community. MHFA teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis.
Registration for Explore It Summer Camp is now OPEN TO ALL!
Explore It will provide full-day, in-person, week-long summer camp experiences for children entering grades K-2. Campers will enjoy the full Museum, play games, explore the Museum's waterfront and the adjacent Martin's Park, as well as engage with hands-on STEAM discovery experiences.