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“Breaking The Stigma” For Teen Mental Health In Chattanooga

Mental health graphic.
Chattanooga Mayor’s Youth Council

As more children and teens here in Tennessee and elsewhere struggle with mental health issues, we’re seeing more efforts to shine a light.

Next week, the Mayor’s Youth Council here in Chattanooga and Be the Change Youth Initiative are hosting “Breaking the Stigma” - a free event on teen mental health - at Waterhouse Pavilion on Monday from 6 PM to 8 PM.

Manushree Navaneethakrishnan is a member of the Mayor’s Youth Council

Sydney Guerrette is founder and president of Be The Change.

“Breaking the Stigma” flyer.
Chattanooga Mayor’s Youth Council

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