The mother of one of the children, Justine Wilkinson, has expressed her disappointment at the findings. There are no strong links between the suicide of three Queensland teenagers and the controversial closure of a youth mental health facility, a coronial inquest has found, with a grieving mother of one of the teens saying the Barrett centre had been an "absolute lifeline". The three teenagers had been in-patients at the Barrett Adolescent Centre psychiatric unit at Wacol in Brisbane before it was closed by the Newman government in January 2014 Within eight months of its closure, the three teenagers had taken their own lives. Coroner John Lock found while there had been some continuity of care issues in relation to one of the teenagers, other factors played a more significant role in the suicides Deputy State Coroner John Lock delivered the much-anticipated findings into the 2014 deaths of former Barrett […]