District Attorney Marian Ryan with students from Wakefield at the middle school Empowering Girls Conference
Research Scientist Alissa Myrick shares her journey with students at the Empowering Girls Conference
ADA Michelle Margolis presents an MPY in-service workshop on Sexting.
Members of the MPY Board of Directors gather at the annual Superintendents' and Chiefs' Breakfast in Waltham on Oct. 9, 2014
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan presents a $500 donation to students at Marlborough High School to support the school's substance-free post prom party
More than 220 middle school students attend Empowering Girls 2015 on December 3, 2015
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan with students and advisors from Wilmington Middle School at the 2015 Empowering Girls Conference in Westford
The annual School Attendance Summit was held Oct. 6, 2014
District Attorney Marian Ryan with Rev. Traci Jackson Antoine and Cambridge Police Lt. Pauline Carter-Wells at the 2015 Empowering Girls Conference
District Attorney Ryan presents a donation to Arlington High School to support the school's after prom party
MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels and Professor Donna Decker at the high school Empowering Girls Conference
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan with Chris Herren, featured speaker at SECURE XVII: It Stops Here Ending Opiate Abuse in our Communities
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan with State Rep. Carolyn Dykema and Sen. Eileen Donohue at SECURE XVII
Staff from Newton Public Schools share best practices at the Confronting Suicide Conference on May 8, 2015
Members of the Natick High School SADD Club accept a $500 donation from District Attorney Marian Ryan to support the substance-free after prom party.
District Attorney Marian Ryan presented the Martin T. Meehan Award to Newton Schools Superintendent David Fleishman and Chief Operating Officer Dori Zaleznik at the MPY Confronting Suicide conference
FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Kieran Ramsey speaks at the 20th Annual School Safety Summit
District Attorney Marian Ryan presents the Schettini Award to Lowell Police Superintendent William Taylor
Margie Daniels with James Forest, terrorism expert from UMASS Lowell, at the 20th annual School Safety Summit
Former NBA player Chris Herren shares his story of opiate and drug abuse at the March 11, 2015 SECURE XVII Conference
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan honored Tristan Khim of Nashoba Technical High School as the winner of the 2015 Poster Project.
District Attorney Marian Ryan with Karis Morales, winner of the 2015 PSA Project
Michele Gay and Dr. Susan Swick were the featured speakers at the Dec. 4 Mental Health Series conference on coping after a crisis
Belmont Social Host Liability presentation featuring: Assistant Principal John Muldoon, Assistant District Attorney Jason Chandler, Belmont High School Police Liaison Patrol Officer Melissa O'Connor, District Attorney Marian Ryan, and Police Chief Richard
District Attorney Marian Ryan honors four students as the winners of the 2015 Poster Project.
Dr. Judy Klimkiewicz, Nashoba Valley Technical HS Superintendent and president of MPY Board of Directors; the Honorable Roanne Sragow, First Justice Cambridge District Court; and MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels at Empowering Girls 2015
Following a presentation by District Attorney Marian Ryan, Somerville Superintendent Tony Pierantozzi, and Cory Mashburn, director of Prevention in Somerville, Somerville HS seniors pledge to be substance free at the senior prom
FOX25 Anchor Melissa Mahon and District Attorney Marian Ryan honor the students from Nashoba Tech for their winning video in the 2014 PSA Project
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Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc. (MPY), in partnership with the Middlesex District Attorney's Office, is a 501(c)(3) organization which provides training, fosters collaboration, and develops initiatives to increase students' safety, health and learning in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. learn more
MPY is committed to engaging parents, educators and students in collaborative dialogues with law enforcement, social service agencies, and community-based organizations.
Such interactions provide the foundation for creating solution-oriented, community-based, multi-disciplinary approaches to address important issues that impact youth. learn more