BIG News from Team Moulton
As of Saturday, dialing 9-8-8 anywhere in the United States of America will connect to the National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Hotline. This is already saving lives!
In 2019, Congressman Moulton made it a point to open up about his own mental health struggles with post-traumatic stress—something some pundits warned was too big a risk for a politician to speak about openly. He brought the issue to the national stage, found a bipartisan cosponsor, and made it happen. Please share this helpful infographic on your Facebook pages, along with this interview from Seth on the issue.
Team Moulton staged a Day of Service last week, when we delivered more than 750 pounds of food to the Open Door pantry in Gloucester. Thank you to those who were able to drop off items.
We Need Volunteers (a.k.a. YOU!)There are two volunteer actions coming up with Team Moulton. We hope you can join us for one of them. If you can’t make it? That’s alright! Please just share the actions with others in your own activist communities to consider.
Saturday, July 23rd, 10am
Team Moulton canvasses with Teresa English in Billerica
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2. Team Moulton Roadtrip to MESaturday, July 30th, 10am
Meetup and send off from Seth at Dunkin Donuts (68 Boston St., Salem)
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Finally, thank you to Haven Doud, for this supportive letter recently published in the Gloucester Times.
P.S. Did you know that 988 help centers are hiring? Check out their job listings here.
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