Juice Wrld's Mom Starts Fund To Help Youth Who Struggle With Mental Health

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It's be 4 month since we lost Juice Wrld and while we still morn his loss, his mother is doing something amazing to honor his legacy by helping kids who are struggling with their own mental health. Launching the "Live Free 999 Fund" this week Carmela Wallace revealed that the money from this fund will go to helping kids find positive avenues:

"programs that help people find positive avenues to process their mental health challenges just like Jarad did with his music, programs that compassionately and successfully address addiction, anxiety, and depression."

Wallaces goes on to talk about how this fund is also a way for her to share his struggles with everyone and hoping that through that she can do some good for others:

"I made the decision upon his death that I was going to share his struggles with the world with the objective of helping others, It is my desire to help those who are hurting by providing access to education, prevention and treatment for opioid and other forms of drug addiction. It is my hope that Live Free 999 will help people just as Jarad’s music has and will continue to touch lives for years to come.”

You can find out more about the fund here

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