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Malden Disability Commission recognizes Malden Public Schools & CHA to mark Children’s Mental Health Week

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  Members of the Malden Disability Commission and Mayor Gary Christenson joined together to mark National Children’s Mental Health Week by recognizing Malden Public Schools Director of Guidance Erin Craven and their School Department’s guidance counselors and adjustment counselors for the tremendous work they do with the city’s more than 6,500 public schools’ students on a daily basis. The Disability Commission also recognized Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) for their work at the new Malden High School Teen Health Center. Through the efforts of the office of Malden Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden state legislative delegation, the CHA-run Teen Health Center at Malden High School offers a gamut of free mental health services and other assistance for students ages 12-24.

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Mayor Gary Christenson reads and presents the City of Malden and Disability Commission citation to Malden Public Schools Director of Guidance Erin Craven. (Courtesy Photos/Malden Public Schools)
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Shown during Monday’s ceremony at Malden City Hall: Left to right: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Representatives of Cambridge Health Alliance, Malden Public Schools Director of Guidance Erin Craven, Mayor Gary Christenson, Malden Disability Commission members Marilyn Andrews and Chukwuka Ezewuzie and Malden School Committee Vice Chair Jennifer Spadafora.

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