January 29, 2018

Speak Up

In 2016, three women came together to change how kids talk about suicide, substance abuse, and mental health. Now, their message is reaching a bigger audience than they ever imagined.
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In 2016, three women—a school superintendent, a business development manager, and a county prosecutor—came together to change how kids talk about suicide, substance abuse, and mental health. Now, their message is reaching a bigger audience than they ever imagined.

Producer: Gisela Telis
Videographer/Editor: Nate Huffman
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