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  • "It was like a switch went on,"mother speaks up about her daughter's sudden suicide

    Allie Doss lost her daughter Sara Prideaux to suicide in July 2015. After losing her daughter, Doss co-founded Speak Up, a suicide prevention group that trains school staffs to recognize the risk signs and how to respond, and talks with students about how they can help.

"It was like a switch went on,"mother speaks up about her daughter's sudden suicide

Allie Doss lost her daughter Sara Prideaux to suicide in July 2015. After losing her daughter, Doss co-founded Speak Up, a suicide prevention group that trains school staffs to recognize the risk signs and how to respond, and talks with students about how they can help.
Shelly Yang and Mara Williams The Kansas City Star