Sammy Salkin, Outreach Coordinator for the coalition has been working diligently to compile a helpful resource guide for our community. The guide includes supports like tips on talking to children about the
COVID-19 outbreak, tools for managing stress and anxiety during a crisis, guidance on how to access mental health and substance use disorder treatment, information on virtual AA/NA meetings and family support groups, and more!
A new online resource provides a comprehensive, searchable directory to help Massachusetts residents find information on behavioral health services and treatment in their communities. Network of Care Massachusetts includes a directory of over 5,000 programs and organizations across the Commonwealth, searchable by keyword and zip code. For each listing, users can find a program description and contact information, as well as information on populations served, relevant eligibility and fee information, and more. Learn more at www.massachusetts.networkofcare.org
The Town of Reading is working hard to keep our community safe during this unprecedented public health pandemic. Please visit the town website to learn more about how to stay safe and what town resources continue to be available.
Coalition staff participated in conference calls hosted by the
Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition to gather resources and address regional challenges during
The Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition is a coalition of municipal health departments of Malden, Medford, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Winchester and Wakefield.