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David Lawrence Center students to let their voices be heard

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David Lawrence Center invites middle and high school students to let their voices be heard through the #StandUp Multimedia Contest.

Through the contest, youth are encouraged to be part of the conversation about how mental health has impacted their lives directly or indirectly. The campaign focuses on raising awareness and reducing the stigma associated with depression, anxiety, bullying and substance use. Teens can share how they relate to #StandUp and what suggestions they have to reduce stigma in their schools and communities.

Cash prizes will be given for winners in both the middle and high school categories. Deadline is Jan. 31, 2020.

– Scott Burgess, David Lawrence Center

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