Robert P. Lamprey, chairman of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation, announced today that the Foundation has awarded $5,000 to Bethany Hill Place in Framingham in support of a new program designed to address child mental health issues.
According to Executive Director Trish Appert, Bethany Hill Place will partner with Wayside Youth and Family Services to provide resident parents with educational workshops focused on children with social, emotional or behavioral issues, learning differences, and other mental health needs. The program is designed to help Bethany Hill Place resident parents raise their children to be healthy, productive, and engaged neighbors and citizens, said Appert.
“Breaking the trans-generational legacy of family poverty and homelessness through education plays a critical role in the future of our communities,” said Lamprey. “It is a goal we are pleased to support.”