Columbine survivor starts foundation to help troubled kids, prevent future shootings
DENVER -- A Columbine massacre survivor has started a foundation to help troubled children and try to prevent school shootings. Craig Scott said the foundation, dubbed Value Up, focuses on issues like anxiety and suicide prevention in hopes of preventing future tragedies. One of the main goals of the organization is to make sure students know they have great value -- something that can be a challenge in the age of social media.