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(Content Warning: This video discusses sensitive topics of mental health and suicide)
On this week's episode of Public Eye, Ryan Bramley chats with Stevie Morley of Take Ten Mental Health and Suicide Support.
Based in Dewsbury, Take Ten is a wonderful and much-needed service that assists and supports those with mental health issues and also provides support for those contemplating.
Part one of our discussion covers the services Take Ten offers, how it came about and Stevie’s story.
If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, you can contact Take Ten and other dedicated organisations at:
Take Ten - 07541060374
Crisis team - 01924316830
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