Groups help kids identify, deal with mental health issues & bullying

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WASHINGTON DC -- Around 20 kids are better equipped to deal with mental health issues and bullying thanks to local sorority and fraternity groups.

The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority led Saturday's workshop which included guests who dealt with their own issues growing up and also gave kids an opportunity to think about the issue and develop their own public service announcements about the issues.

Here is some of the information DCW50 News gathered at the event that we didn't have time to include in Saturday night's newscast.

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