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'Mental health doesn't go away over the summer:' Local organizations see spike in demand for services

Original post made on Aug 4, 2019

Local youth-counseling organizations are seeing a rise in demand during the summer, a time of the year when many teens and families historically haven't sought as much mental health support.

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