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Suicide numbers to call given for teens needing help

Elizabethtown area students fighting back against bullying and teen suicide. News-Enterprise story showcases helpful phone numbers to call and details of the program started by those in the age group at highest risk.

By David Greer,
Kentucky Press News Service

A program to address bullying and teenage suicide has been started by a handful of North Hardin High School students. Dealing with what they and their friends have experienced, the students decided to respond. Their concerns are backed up by statistics. The phone numbers and full story are at this link.

This story was posted on 2017-11-02 10:07:05
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