As part of National Suicide Awareness Day today, KSL is highlighting some of resources in the state to help those that are struggling. Depression, addiction and other mental health problems are risk factors leading people to thoughts of suicide. Haley Smith reports from Valley Behavioral Health this morning is getting a look at the help offered to those in need.
Valley Behavioral Health helping those with addiction and mental health problems
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