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Nonprofit brings skills of resiliency to at-risk children

Published: March 15, 2013

The Silence Foundation is implementing The Resilience Project with students at several local schools. The project combines mindfulness, image-based journaling and sharing circles to help kids learn the traits of resiliency.

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