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Grief group helps teens, parents who’ve had to ‘face death too soon’

By , Daily Memphian Updated: February 18, 2020 4:00 AM CT | Published: February 18, 2020 4:00 AM CT
<strong>Michelle Wooten (left) and Jayla Leaks play a game while hanging out after school at Orange Mound Outreach Ministries on Thursday, Feb. 13. The ministry is home to a&nbsp;<span>teen grief pilot program started by the</span>&nbsp;<span>Shelby County Crime Victims &amp; Rape Crisis Center.&nbsp;</span></strong>(Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

Michelle Wooten (left) and Jayla Leaks play a game while hanging out after school at Orange Mound Outreach Ministries on Thursday, Feb. 13. The ministry is home to a teen grief pilot program started by the Shelby County Crime Victims & Rape Crisis Center. (Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

The Shelby County Crime Victims & Rape Crisis Center has launched a pilot teen grief program to help young people affected by homicides get counseling. 

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Shelby County Crime Victims & Rape Crisis Center Sandy Bromley Homicides counseling

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Yolanda Jones

Yolanda Jones

Yolanda Jones covers criminal justice issues and general assignment news for The Daily Memphian. She previously was a reporter at The Commercial Appeal.


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