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  • Writer's pictureDarren Shopland

YANA Made National TV

So a couple of weeks ago YANA-Horsham members were interviewed for a news article in regard to the tragic deaths of 6 teenagers last year. The reporter has followed all the coroner reports and they have found lots of missed opportunities by West Sussex and CAMHS. We were proud to be a part of this news report. Its why we set up this group. It's why we are lending our voices to keep pushing the Government to put changes in place and more funds and support. We are very proud of YANA and the work we have done in helping to put Mental Health especially in teenagers at the top of the page. We don't want to stop there and we want to take this to the next level. So we are looking at the next stage. We know we were instrumental in supporting local schools last year but none of us want this to stop there. It's great to see the support on this page still. Thank you all for your support so far.

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