The NAN Project in the Media
Read through the posts below to see The NAN Project covered by news and media organizations.
The NAN Project was again featured on Chronicle, this time as part of their coverage of Suicide Prevention organizations and resources for National Suicide Prevention Week.
This March, a team of our Peer Mentors reflected on their recovery for the first episode of ‘The Promise of Hope,’ a segment filmed for Malden Access TV. We had a blast working with the staff of MATV, as well as the film crew – all young adults themselves and students of Malden High School…
The NAN Project Team spent the afternoon filming with MindWise to create a new, updated video for their SOS Signs of Suicide school-based curriculum.
Art Therapy Room to Honor Teen Killed in Gas Disaster
In the past year, our work in Lawrence with Phoenix Academy and LA House has been a testament to the incredible healing power of art. Co-Founder Jake Cavanaugh, Art Therapist Fernanda Lopez, and Social Worker Erin McNiff are interviewed for a profile of student Leonel Rondon, and their plans to support the mental health of the Phoenix community. Read the article here.
Grant Recipients Announced by Winchester Hospital
Daily Times Chronicle
The NAN Project is named as a grant recipient by Winchester Hospital, as part of an ongoing partnership with Galvin Middle School in Wakefield. This grant will be used in developing a model to expand the work of The NAN Project to Middle School students. Read the announcement here!
The NAN Project: Fighting to Promote Mental Health Awareness and Prevent Youth Suicide
Our Social Media Manager Maria Mongiardo interviewed co-founder Jake Cavanaugh for an article on Channel Kindness, a youth lead publication featuring stories of compassion. To read the article, click here!
Presenting with The NAN Project
13 Reasons to Fly
Peer Mentor and Founder of The Reasons To Fly, Belle Cole, describes a presentation with us at the 18th Annual Restraint & Seclusion Prevention Forum, and the premier of our video series 13 Reasons We Need to Talk about Suicide. To read Belle's post, click here!
Live from the 2019 Tyngsborough Health Fair
Co-Founder Ellen Dalton sits down with Steve Brogan to discuss The NAN Project, the work we do, and the importance of starting the conversation about suicide prevention. Watch the interview here!
Keep the Conversation on Mental Illness Going
Tri-Town Council Corner
The NAN Project participated in a lecture and panel discussion held in Topsfield, featuring Senator Joan Lovely and keynote speaker Judge John Broderick. To read the Tri-Town Council's write-up of this inspiring community conversation, click here.
Depression: The NAN Project
This 2015 piece on Chronicle features an interview with our Co-Founder, Ellen Dalton. Watch the clip here.