News & Resources

March 10, 2021

“With educators poised to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and a return to in-person learning, our attention turns to addressing the dramatic increase in anxiety and depression among students…” [READ MORE]

Opinion: Roadmap for behavioral health reform will support much-needed mental health urgent care for children and families

March 3, 2021

“Among problems exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s mental health ranks among the highest. Children have been wrenched from routines of school and friends, and families have struggled to balance work, parenting, and financial stress. As we grapple with the impacts of the pandemic on children, supporting their mental health is essential…” [READ MORE]


31 Nights of Lights

December 2, 2020

Each night of December, the Prudential Center shines a light on Boston nonprofit organizations, by lighting the Prudential Tower a different color in support of that night’s partner.On Wednesday, December 2nd, when the Prudential Tower was lit purple for MSPCC. Learn more at:

Holidays at MSPCC

November 10, 2020

Each year, MSPCC brings holiday joy and gifts into the homes of hundreds of children. Due to the pandemic, we are not accepting donations of physical items. Instead we will be providing gift cards so parents and our program staff can purchase items on children’s wish lists on your behalf. To help us give children a special holiday season, click here. 

A Moment with MSPCC 

October 2020

MSPCC launches monthly video series on a variety of topics that pertain to our work. Check out the video(s) here.


IECMH Endorsement®

October 29, 2019

MSPCC and MassAIMH partner to strengthen and expand the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Workforce in Massachusetts. Learn more here!


The Time is Now

August 2, 2019

Read the latest from the Children’s Mental Health Campaign! [MORE]


The Time is Now

April 1, 2019

Read the latest from the Children’s Mental Health Campaign! [MORE]

9 young people overdosed last year while under DCF’s watch

March 29, 2019

“Three youths under the watch of the state’s Department of Children and Families died of overdoses…” [MORE]

The Time is Now

February 1, 2019

Read the latest from the Children’s Mental Health Campaign! [MORE]

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