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The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism 2013-2014

Cindy Uken

Health Care Reporter
The Billings Gazette
Billings, Mont.

Topic: Explore what happens to suicidal youth and youth with mental illnesses who are on a waiting list to get into one of the state's acute care facilities.

Published Work:

Suicide Prevention leader Finds Kids' Access to Lethal Means 'Alarming'

Suicide Review Team Summary

Suicide Prevention Productions Transformed into Videos

Coroners' Lack of Cooperation Frustrates State's Suicide Review Team

A Question of Bullying: School Investigating As Family Grieves for 11-year-old Who Killed Herself

Montana Suicides Continue to Climb Up; Rate Remains Twice the National Average

Father of Riverside Student Who Killed Herself Questions Whether Bullying Played a Role

MSU to Offer Expanded Suicide Prevention Resources, Mental Health Outreach Services

'Suicide Prevention is Everyone's Business,' Says Out of the Darkness Walk Organizer

Mental Health Center Expands Services to Include Adolescents for First Time in 18 Years

As First Responders, Family Medicine Doctors Receive Training in Suicide Prevention

4th Annual Suicide Prevention Conference Set for Billings

Support Group Offers Refuge to Teens Who Live with Mental Illness

Finding Causes of State's High Suicide Rate Has Become 'More Personal' for Prevention Coordinator

American Indian Youth Address Suicide through Innovative Media Project

Montana's Suicide Review Team Pledges to Study Every Suicide in State

State's Suicide Prevention Coordinator Has High Hopes for New Suicide Review Team

Governor Appoints Six Members to State's First Suicide Review Team

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