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CFFS Lynn Office Raises Awareness of Children's Mental Health

On May 10, 2018, Children's Friend in Lynn met with Mayor Tom McGee and Representative Dan Cahill as well as representatives  from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the Parent/Professional Advocacy League, Express Yourself, Youth Move and the NAN Project.  The Mayor read a proclamation recognizing the importance of mental health and declaring it Children's Mental Health Day.  

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