Carrie Underwood and her hubby Mike Fisher have joined the campaign to raise awareness for teenage mental health. The pair has partnered with Do It for Daron [DIFD], an organization named after a Canadian teen who committed suicide last year.
Underwood and Fisher appear in a web video urging teens to reach out to others.
"Talk to somebody," they said in the vid. "There are so many people around you that can help."
DIFD elaborates on their message via its website:
"Created by friends and family of Daron Richardson who lost her life to suicide at the young age of 14, D.I.F.D. is inspired by hope for a future where young people will reach out for help without fear or shame. D.I.F.D. supports programs and initiatives aimed at transforming youth mental health."
by RTT Staff Writer
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