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  • ArtMarkers helps those living with mental illness

    Clients and case managers of Wyandotte Center work on a mandala at the ArtMakers' Place in Kansas City, Kan. The center uses the art studio and gallery as part of its treatment for people living with mental illness.

Clients and case managers of Wyandotte Center work on a mandala at the ArtMakers' Place in Kansas City, Kan. The center uses the art studio and gallery as part of its treatment for people living with mental illness. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Clients and case managers of Wyandotte Center work on a mandala at the ArtMakers' Place in Kansas City, Kan. The center uses the art studio and gallery as part of its treatment for people living with mental illness. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

The fates of teens with mental illness rest on getting help early

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