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    Santa Clarita Valley Suicides Prompt Discussion Of Mental Health Resources

    Editor’s Note: The media, in general, does not report on suicides or details because studies have shown media coverage tends to increase “copycat” attempts. The details from the reports describing the cause or manner of death have been withheld as a result. We write this story only in an effort to raise awareness and dialogue about the resources available in our community. Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to a second suspected public suicide in a 24-hour period Monday, the third in as many weeks. The No. 1 cause of suicide is untreated depression, according to In the Santa Clarita Valley, several organizations offer services for those who might be suffering from depression. Information regarding phone numbers and agencies to call for help are available at the bottom of this story.

    Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project Helps Teens Deal With Daily Problems

    The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project is a nonprofit organization that aims to provide a positive environment for teenagers and families, helping them deal with issues they face daily.

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    Action Family Counseling Adds New Treatment To Santa Clarita Center

    Santa Clarita's Action Family Counseling is adding a new therapeutic program to its services as part of a new partnership with Remo, the renowned drum and percussion company

    SCV Youth Project Shares Several Stories Among 25,000 Students Reached

    The SCV Youth Project reaches as many 25,000 students in the Santa Clarita Valley's junior high and high schools. They offer free resources in the form of peer mentoring and support groups. Several stories help put faces to the numbers.

    Back To School Resolutions For Tweens And Teens

    Cary Quashen, a high-risk teen counselor and founder of Action Family Counseling, gives back-to-school advice for parents, teens and tweens.