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School shootings increase crisis hotline calls

By Updated: February 26, 2019 11:13 AM CT | Published: February 22, 2019 5:48 PM CT
<strong>Shakira Farley, a seventh-grader at Granville T. Woods Academy of Innovation, works on a project assigned by her school counselor, Jermika Yates. Yates is one of the many counselors, teachers and parents who utilize </strong><strong>Youth Villages Specialized Crisis Services, a 24-hour-a-day hotline.</strong> (Houston Cofield/Daily Memphian)

Shakira Farley, a seventh-grader at Granville T. Woods Academy of Innovation, works on a project assigned by her school counselor, Jermika Yates. Yates is one of the many counselors, teachers and parents who utilize Youth Villages Specialized Crisis Services, a 24-hour-a-day hotline. (Houston Cofield/Daily Memphian)

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Youth Villages Shelby County Schools Suicide Granville T. Woods Academy of Innovation
Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet covers business for The Daily Memphian. Prior to, she was a reporter at the Memphis Business Journal. A native Memphian and University of Memphis graduate, Michelle covered business in Conway, Arkansas after college. Michelle got her start covering business as an intern at The Commercial Appeal.


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