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Molly McClish on Bullying and Suicide Prevention

By September 14, 2018 No Comments

Molly McClish says Utah needs to implement major changes when it comes to bullying and suicide prevention in schools. She recently spoke before the Utah State Board of Education, illustrating six necessary components she says will help keep all kids safe at school. McClish has worked relentlessly for change after her 13 year old daughter died by suicide in 2017. She says bullying and the environment at Grand County Middle School were contributing factors in her daughter’s death. KZMU News spoke with McClish about the need for greater protections for the most marginalized at school, including LBTQIA identifying youth. Find more information on her website,

[For those seeking help or support, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK/8255 is available 24/7]

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