• At Newburyport, we are committed to the mental health and well-being of all of our students. We present the following information and resources in addition to what we provide in school.  All outside programs and services listed on the NHS website are listed as potential resources only. No programs or services are promoted nor vetted by the school. As always, while we are here to help and support our students, we encourage you to also speak with your pediatrician if you have concerns.

Help Line
  • Mental Health Resources Continued for Students and Families:

    • Speaking of Hope
    • Handhold Massachusetts
    • The NAN Project
    • PPAL (Parent Professional Advocacy League)


  • Newburyport High School BRYT Program

    The BRYT (Bridge for Resilient Youth in Transition) Program is a short-term service designed for students who have been away from Newburyport High School due to illness or hospitalization. The program aims to assist students and their families with the transition back to school by providing support for their academic, social, and emotional needs. Tailored to each individual's unique requirements as they transition to a full schedule, participation typically lasts up to eight weeks. The ultimate goal is to facilitate a smooth and manageable return to school that supports students and their families, reduces stress, and promotes academic and social success.