Author Archives: Jennie Payne

Coping with the Holidays, a December 13th presentation

The holidays can be a stressful time just in living an ordinary family life.

For families with a loved one with a mental health condition, this time of year can add still more to an already stressful situation.

Mara Briere of Grow A Strong Family, Inc. will provide guidance for family members on how to make the holidays a more enjoyable time for all involved.

For the details of this event please go to Holiday Coping

Mental Health Awareness Week

October 2 – 8, 2016  What can you do?

Visit/Add to the NAMI Central Middlesex Stand Against Stigma Scarecrows.  Scarecrows will be on display for the month of October and will wear signs bearing the name of donors willing to stand up to stigma.

Come to the Scarecrow Festival October 8 – 10. Columbus Day weekend at the Cucurbit Farm in Acton will feature over 70 scarecrows, pick your own pumpkin, a farmer selfie station, touch a tractor, farm animals, mini hayrides, kettle corn, and our NAMI information booth.

Area Mental Health Awareness Week events on the calendar : http://namimass.org/events2

Flyers for area MHAW event as well as the upcoming NAMI Mass State Convention: Flyers 

Tools from NAMI for sharing information including books and movies: http://nami.org/miaw

Your actions make a difference!

Employment and Benefits Training in Cambridge

A free training about work for people with disabilities will be hosted by the Disability Law Center and the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities on

Friday, September 30th at the Cambridge Public Library Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 9:30 am – 3:00 pm

Register by September 23. 2016 ONLINE (scroll to the bottom of the page!)

or contact Amanda if you have any questions, mail@dlc-ma.org or 617 723-8455 x123

Note: please refrain from using perfume or other scented products for this event.