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Sing out to end the stigma surrounding mental health and record a song for our community! Over the course of 20 days during Mental Health Awareness Month, #JewishBostonTeens will learn about the Jewish connections to mental health and wellness and asynchronously record an a cappella arrangement, which will be shared with our community.
Be part of this genuine giving experience and learn how to use the Honeycomb Changemakers90 curriculum as a model for your youth engagement program. Through exploring your own Jewish identity and values, the group will allocate a grant of $600 to a nonprofit focusing on mental health. We will then peel back the curtain and break down the curriculum, reveal the tools and explore the multitude of uses for this resource.
Up Next: Tomorrow, 7:30 pm
Kimberly Dueñas (Courtesy photo)
Wrapping up a year when we have often felt like things were sideways or upside down, let’s take some time to breathe and shift our perspective on mental health and wellness with compassion, presence, trust and resilience through a variety of wellness and mindfulness practices.
Up Next: May 12, 7:00 pm
(Photo: Pixabay)
This weekly series is led by experienced social worker Shifrah Marcus. It aims to develop qualities of self-reliance, resilience and personal growth. There will be a rotation of "Life Skills and Cooking Hacks" every other week, allowing us to continue to showcase easy and fun ways to cook fun meals that are healthy with safe kitchen practices. There will be fun breakout rooms to help members connect and learn. 


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