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Brendan Fitzpatrick

September 11, 2023

State Offers Funds for Youth Mental Health Programs in Framingham

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FRAMINGHAM - Part of over $4 million in state assistance will be utilized in Framingham to support youth mental health initiatives.

Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey released the money recently through the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Grant program. The money is meant to support infants and young children’s social-emotional and behavioral health developments.

Enable, Inc. has been given a grant worth roughly $458,000 from the state. Enable will be working in a number of Massachusetts communities, including Framingham, to provide these programs. Enable is a nonprofit organization that offers early childhood mental health services.

For more details, visit mass.gov.

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