JFS MetroWest is pleased to announce it is offering a free program, “Anybody Have A Map? Navigating Mental Health For Teens,” geared to parents of middle and high school students on Thursday, March 15, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Adath Shalom, 841 Mountain Way in Morris Plains. This program is free and open to the entire community.
Sara Mendez-Emma, LCSW and clinical director of child and adolescent services at JFS MetroWest, will be leading a discussion about how to open the lines of communication with your child and what, when and how to talk to your child about stress, worries and their feelings. She will share possible warning signs for emotional distress and provide parents with practical information on how they can help. For more information or to register, please contact Sylvia Heller, MPH at 973-765-9050 ext. 1708 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on JFS child and adolescent services, please visit our website at www.jfsmetrowest.org.
This program is generously funded by the Eric Eliezer Levenson Foundation for Hope, which is in memory of Eric, son of Eta and Mark Levenson, and supports programming related to mental health awareness. It is also funded by a matching grant by the Jewish Funders Network and Genesis Prize Foundation as part of the “Breaking Barriers” initiative aimed at promoting inclusion for those with disabilities in Jewish life.
For more information, please call (973) 765-9050 or visit www.jfsmetrowest.org.