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CSU ombudsman ignored Kaitlyn Duncan's complaint about Residence Life after mental health emergency

Catie McLeod
By Catie McLeod
Updated November 17 2020 - 3:08am, first published October 9 2020 - 6:00pm
HELP NEEDED: Kaitlyn Duncan says it can be difficult for young people to access mental health services in Wagga. Picture: Les Smith

A Charles Sturt University student is calling for greater support for young people's mental health after she was evicted from her campus accommodation following a suicide attempt.

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Catie McLeod

Catie McLeod

Journalist

Catie is a reporter at The Daily Advertiser covering health and Wagga City Council. You can contact her on c.mcleod@dailyadvertiser.com.au or 0475 819 651.

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