Framingham State & City Presenting Mental Health Declassified Event May 27

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FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham and event sponsor Framingham State University will host a virtual Mental Health Event called Mental Health Declassified on Thursday, May 27 from 7-8:30 p.m.

The event aims to amplify and raise awareness of the importance of Mental Health and the need for its inclusion in conversations related to overall health (Physical Health, Spiritual Health, Emotional Health, and Nutritional Health). Additionally, event organizers intend to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, and promote help-seeking behaviors, as well as emotional well-being practices.

Attendees will learn by hearing the personal experiences of others about how to create space for mental health and to better understand the multiple factors that intersect with mental health and how it does not discriminate.

By attending this virtual event, people will hopefully be able to recognize when it is time to focus on connecting in safe ways and have a better comprehension of what it is like to prioritize mental health to ensure that a loved one or they never feel alone in times of “struggle.”

Introduction from Mayor Spicer and featuring guest speakers from the organization Mental Health Declassified, Advocates, and MetroWest Behavioral
Health Partners

Sign up at: (Sign up via this link, and you will receive an email containing information on how to join.


email: call or text at 508-315-7176