Episode: Children at Risk: A Mental Health Crisis


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Children at Risk: A Mental Health Crisis
Today's episode pre-empts the planned topic. After seeing MSNBC's Last Word, last night, especially in light of the fact that September is National Suicide Awareness Month, we are lookiing at our children and the crisis that is brewing; at the hands of us all.  As a reminder, Living Well is dedicated to examining everyday concerns, such as relationships, responsibilities, personal safety, and health and wellness.  Today's segment addresses each of these.  As always, you are invited to call in during the broadcast (646) 716.8344. Or, you can leave a message at (650) 741.4137 and I will return your call.

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