Community Voices host Ron Holland discusses Mental Health Awareness Month with The Lil Homie Project Founder, Charisse Ervin, who lost her son in 2016 due to his fight with Bi-Polar/depression disorder. She explains how the foundation has helped her heal and in return help other youth with become educated about mental health.
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[WATCH] Charisse Ervin Takes Her Tragedy And Turns Into A Passion To Help Youth was originally published on praisecharlotte.com