Peer Initiative Donates to McNeese

Peer Initiative, a teen suicide prevention nonprofit, has donated $3,000 to the McNeese State University Foundation for the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic (KDCC). The Kay Doré Counseling Clinic provides training to Peer Initiative members as well as counseling services to high school students when a need is identified. On hand for the presentation are from left: April Broussard, KDCC and McNeese Autism Program operations director; Julia Ogea, Peer Initiative student advisory board member; Natalie Paris, Peer Initiative student advisory board member; and Sara Jolie, vice president of Peer Initiative.

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