The stories in this blog are being produced as part of The Granite State News Collaborative’s student journalism training pilot program. GSNC has partnered with Souhegan High School journalists and advisor Adam Theriault to produce a series of stories and engagement events that will dig deeper into solutions proposed to help youth and adolescents with addiction and mental health issues.
The students will contribute original reporting, videos, photos and audio stories to GSNC’s inaugural Granite Solutions project. To do that, they will spend the next three months not only learning how to be even better journalists, but they will also be presenting material from an angle of the behavioral health crises in New Hampshire that often gets overlooked: what it looks like through the eyes of a young person.
Their stories will be posted here, on Souhegan’s online student magazine The SHS Claw www.shsclaw.sprise.com, and on our partner sites throughout the duration of the project.