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Smiles for Chalyce - Darin and Kathleen Meek

MeekFamily.jpgThere is help out there for teens going through depression and other mental illnesses. The parents of 17-year-old Chalyce Meek, who took her life a few years ago, are now raising money and awareness for the Kids Help Phone. They are hoping to help young people thru their darkest moments. Darin and Kathleen Meek join us in the studio.

The Smiles for Chalyce team has so far raised 24 thousand dollars for the kids help phone.

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