BreAnna Tuter, left, and her parents, Lori and Terry, live in Goddard. BreAnna, 15, has been receiving counseling at the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, and the family has experienced hurdles in getting access to care. (June 4, 2014)
BreAnna Tuter, left, and her parents, Lori and Terry, live in Goddard. BreAnna, 15, has been receiving counseling at the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, and the family has experienced hurdles in getting access to care. (June 4, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
BreAnna Tuter, left, and her parents, Lori and Terry, live in Goddard. BreAnna, 15, has been receiving counseling at the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, and the family has experienced hurdles in getting access to care. (June 4, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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