Foundation works to prevent teen suicide
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
It is a scary fact, but teen suicide is a reality. Every 100 minutes, a teen commits suicide.
To help publicize the warning signs and educate seventh- and eighth-graders on how to respond and seek help for themselves or for a friend, The Second Chance Foundation received a grant from the Missouri Department of Mental Health to go to area schools and perform a lighthearted and theatrical skit, touching on the all-important message.
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