The Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention (MCSP) is a coalition created in September 2017 composed of community members/professionals who desire to promote mental health. We recognize that suicide has touched our town and by coming together, we can form an initiative that raises awareness and has the potential to save lives . More About Us
"One Community, One Book" Discussion Groups: Exact dates and locations TBD. Please come back to see when and where various small group discussions will be held around our Medfield community. Each discussion group will be facilitated by a mental health care worker. For your copy of "What Made Maddy Run", please visit Park Street Books (they have ample copies for sale) or the Medfield Public Library.
QPR Trainings: Will be held in April 2020. More information to come.
If you would like more information or would like to help coordinate in any way, please reach out to Anna Mae O'Shea Brooke: email@example.com
Past Events September is National Suicide Awareness Month! Community building is an important element of creating trust and support and ultimately promoting emotional wellness. Medfield is a community that cares. These events were held in the month of September 2019:
#YARN4HOPE community art project at Straw Hat Park Please consider contributing your own creation to the canopy to raise awareness and reduce stigma around the topic of mental health and suicide.
Community Yoga on the Medfield High School Turf - Free class, but donations to support efforts of MedfieldCSP are most appreciated - All Levels, All Ages - Bring your own mat
Parent Meeting to Introduce Youth Initiative at St. Edward Church Dr. Nadja Reilly, faculty member of William James College, will present new programming to promote emotional health and wellness for youth within our faith-based communities. Join us to learn about this new initiative and hear ways in which parents/guardians can support emotional resilience for our young people. Open to ALL Medfield parents.
Disclaimer: While this site has very accurate resources that visitors should feel free to use, this website is still a work in progress. Thank you for understanding and visiting our site!
MCSP is a program of Medfield Cares About Prevention, an initiative of Medfield Foundation, Inc. (MFI). For more information, visit medfieldfoundation.org.
Photos courtesy of Colleen Sullivan. MCSP is grateful for all her wonderful photos of Medfield! MCSP thanks Chloe Dudley, MHS student, and her teacher, Neal Sonnenberg, in the Tech Help Desk class for creating this website. Images may be subject to copyright.