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MENTAL HEALTH OLYMPICS DEBUTS AT CALLAGHAN COLLEGE

One in four of us will experience a mental health issue, and getting information to those at risk can be tricky, especially in the teenage years.

But a Wallsend student has hit upon an idea that could change the way such messages are delivered, and it centres around having fun.

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    What a great idea!! There is not enough talk about mental health, so this is a wonderful way to start the process.