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  • Zero Suicide youth program counters feelings of severe depression

    Kirsti Olsen, suicide prevention liaison with ReDiscover in Lee's Summit, explains some of the ways she tries to help client Levi Baehr, 16, with his feelings of severe depression. Olson heads the Zero Suicide youth program.

Zero Suicide youth program counters feelings of severe depression

Kirsti Olsen, suicide prevention liaison with ReDiscover in Lee's Summit, explains some of the ways she tries to help client Levi Baehr, 16, with his feelings of severe depression. Olson heads the Zero Suicide youth program.
Video by David Eulitt, story by Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star