The Columbia University TeenScreen suicide and mental health screening, recently approved for use in the middle school by the Page Unified School District governing board, has become the center of controversy after a parent and former board member raised several concerns.
The TeenScreen program, backed by Native Americans for Community Action, was approved last month by the board, and was scheduled to be implemented beginning April 8, until Robin Brough and other citizens challenged the need for such a service in the area and the validity of the program overall.
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