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We have a new website!

You'll still be able to check out our legislative and budget priorities, alongside new pages that focus on the work we're doing to ensure kids have access to the supports and services they need at home, in school, and in their communities. We also have a new contact page, so let us know what you think of the site!

Lunch & Learn

CMHC Presents Lunch & Learn: Adolescent Substance Use & Return to School

Thank you to everyone who joined us this past week! You can view the recording below.

children's Behavioral health resources & Updates.

Boston 25 News Gets Real Special: Kids and Mental Health

This Boston 25 special features Representative Marjorie Decker, our legislative partner in school-based behavioral health, and Amara Azubuike of Boston Children's Hospital and the Children's Mental Health Campaign!

Happily Family Free Online Conference

Mindful Parenting and Mental Wellness: Using Brain Science and Connection to Raise Resilient and Motivated Kids

This free virtual event attracts over 100 thousand mindful parents and professionals who work with children, from over 187 countries, to see how to use brain science and connection to raise resilient and motivated kids! You will receive cutting edge information about: the science of empathy, attachment, resilience, mindfulness, and play how to communicate effectively with kids how to help kids handle their feelings how to work effectively with kids during times of conflict

Child Mind Institute 2021 Children’s Mental Health Report

In this report, Child Mind Institute examines the growing body of research on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on children’s mental health, including the results of a survey of thousands of parents conducted by the Child Mind Institute. Initial findings supported the idea that children and adults alike were experiencing higher levels of emotional distress.

About 70% of both children and adults reported some degree of mental discomfort, resulting in loneliness, irritability or fidgetiness.

Your Headlines.
When it looks like grief, we are familiar with it. We're better at recognizing it. We're not even great at that sometimes, but we're better at recognizing it when kids are sad, tearful or talk about their loss. Grief can look like a lot of other things, too. It can look like loss of pleasure in things. It can look like changes in our day-to-day habits, in our eating and our sleeping habits. It can look like anger. It can look like irritability. It can look like inattention. It can look like poor school performance.
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