Mental Health Advocacy for Students

Vested Advocates offers professional advocacy services that focuses on the mental health component of special education.

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Call us at (617) 535-3730

Professional Mental Health Advocacy

Expert Advocacy & Support

With a comprehensive understanding of how mental health impacts learning, our team regularly assists parents of children with mental health conditions, allowing them to obtain effective supports that address issues with social skills and self-confidence.

Our advocates often help parents get schools to successfully address accommodations for a variety of mental health conditions, including school anxiety, academic stress, depression, school phobia, and school avoidance.

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Private & Confidential

Whether you’re hesitant about receiving help or you value your anonymity, our advocacy team is always discrete and respectful of your family’s privacy.


In Person or Video Conference

Vested Advocates consultants offer educational advocacy in person and via private, secure video conference, adapting to your schedule as needed.

Link to: Our Advocacy Center

The Right Mental Health Advocacy is the Difference

Get the Guidance Your Child Deserves

Most parents understand that mental health has a profound effect on learning. It’s often hard enough to understand what types of accommodations are right for your child, never mind getting your school to comply with them.

We assist families with navigating the the special education process and communicating with school personnel to ensure accommodations are being honored.

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Educational Advocacy
That Empowers.

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Available Everywhere Via
Private Video Conference

Available In Person at
Our Business Office

Vested Advocates

200 Cordwainer Drive
Suite 201C
Norwell, MA 02061

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sat & Sun: 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

We Work With:

K-Grade 5
Grades 6-8
High School
College Students