Amid teen mental health crisis, north Charlotte nonprofit is making a difference
Two years ago, Tiphanie Martin felt helpless.
Her daughter Kiana was struggling with anxiety, depression and an eating disorder. Martin had taken her to an inpatient facility and an outpatient facility, with little success. The Concord mother worried she would lose her daughter.
“I thought I was gonna bury her,” Martin said. “She was lost. Confused.”
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