School-based counseling services help Wash. youth identify with native heritage

08/6/2013 | Daily News (Longview, Wash.), The

The Cowlitz Tribal Health Services in Longview, Wash., is working with local school districts to offer counseling and other mental-health services to Native American and Alaskan Native students. The services -- including individual and group counseling and art and outdoor therapies -- aim to help students identify with their heritage and connect with the community to reduce rates of suicide among young people, mental-health counselor Chris Lange said.

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