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(Studio: Kate Snow) World Suicide Prevention Day mentioned. Report introduced.
(New York: Kate Snow) Camp Kita in Maine designed to help the children who have lost loved ones to suicide visited; scenes shown of camp activities. [Camp founders children of suicide Morgan. Sydney & Isaiah MOSIER- explain why they started this camp.] [Campers Rebecca STOGESS, Jordan PATELLA- talk about the kids & the camp.] [Columbia University child psychologist Dr. Ali MATUT- backs the camp experience.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The National Suicide Prevention Hotline number outlined on screen.
- Snow, Kate
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