A High School Student Working to Change the Mental Health Stigma

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Published on March 19, 2019 - Duration: 06:39s

A High School Student Working to Change the Mental Health Stigma

Last August, Malik Tiedt approached his school with an idea and a plan.

Without much debate, the school said "yes", and this yar Burlington High School had their first Mental Health Awareness Week.

Malik joins us, along with school counselors Laura Stutzman and Jennifer Reuchlen, to discuss why he felt so inspired to make this idea a reality.


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