Tune In to The Todd Leonard Radio Show this Sunday - "Teen Suicide Prevention"

Tune in to The Todd Leonard Radio Show this Sun., Feb. 16, at 8 a.m. on WMTR 1250AM, as we have a very important and powerful show. Todd is honored to have Wendy and Steven Sefcik join him to discuss ways to prevent teen suicide and raise awareness. Each week, Todd brings on members of the community who are dedicated to helping others in need.    

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Tune in to The Todd Leonard Radio Show this Sun., Feb. 16, at 8 a.m. on WMTR 1250AM, as we have a very important and powerful show. Todd is honored to have Wendy and Steven Sefcik join him to discuss ways to prevent teen suicide and raise awareness. Each week, Todd brings on members of the community who are dedicated to helping others in need.

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“The challenges were under the time ...

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Tune In to The Todd Leonard Radio Show Featuring Wendy and Steven Sefcik discussing “Teen Suicide

Click here https://www.lawleonard.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Todd-Leonard-Show-2-16-20.mp3 to listen to this past Sunday’s powerful Radio Show on WMTR 1250AM, which featured Wendy and Steven Sefcik, discussing the loss of their teenage son, T.J., to suicide. 

We also talked about ways to prevent teen suicide, and how to raise awareness throughout the ...

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