(Chelsea Update would like to thank Kate Ankenbauer for the information in this story.)
SRSLY Chelsea, in collaboration with St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, recently sent an educational mailer to local parents to raise awareness for mental health resources in the community.
SRSLY’s goal with the mailer is to begin healthy conversations on the topic of mental health.
The mailer, which was sent to more than 1,000 households with children in the Chelsea School District. Information provided in the mailer includes outpatient mental health resources, mental health educational resources and crisis intervention services.
Additionally, steps are provided on how to begin a healthy conversation with youth on the topic of mental health.
For additional resources on the topic of mental health, please visit www.srslychelsea.org/mentalhealth.
For any questions regarding the resource mailer please contact Kate Ankenbauer at [email protected]
Want to learn more about mental health? Visit www.srslychelsea.org or check SRSLY out on Facebook @srslychelsea.
SRSLY’s mission is to empower youth to live healthy, substance-free lives by bringing the community together. SRSLY receives support from the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s Drug-Free Communities Program, the Coghlan Family Foundation, St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, and the Five Healthy Towns Foundation. For more information, visit www.srslychelsea.org or follow SRSLY on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.