School-Based Health Centers Take Leading Role in Fighting Teen Suicide

Friday, November 23, 2018
The Connecticut Mirror

Although the number of youth in Connecticut who have committed suicide has fluctuated in recent years, making it difficult to identify a trend, mental health professionals who work with teenagers say that depression and anxiety – the typical reasons for suicide – are definitely on the rise.

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