[In co-sponsorship of Southborough Youth and Family Services’ Mental Health Awareness Month initiative, MySouthborough will be helping to promote awareness throughout May by sharing a “Mental Note” each day.]
“We need so much more openness, transparency and understanding that it’s okay to talk about depression as an illness. It’s not a weakness. It’s not a moral shortcoming. It’s not something people brought on themselves.”
–John F. Greden, M.D. (Huffington Post)
If you have any concerns about mental health for yourself or your family, please call SYFS, at 508-481-5676. SYFS offers free mental health services for residents of the town, and can also help refer to outside clinicians as appropriate.