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Coming this Weekend: Building Bridges of Hope

Community organizations took a new approach in August dealing with issues such as suicide, juvenile offenses and dropout rates by partnering with Bridges of Hope for a "self-healing community."...

Jennifer Froderman, Crow Wing County Community Services foster care licenser (left) listens to Amy Wyant, Bridges of Hope Self-Healing Communities Project co-coordinator, as she discusses a proactive approach to tackling adverse childhood experiences. Heather Liebel, Lowell Elementary School family service worker, sits beside Wyant Nov. 5. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch
Jennifer Froderman, Crow Wing County Community Services foster care licenser (left) listens to Amy Wyant, Bridges of Hope Self-Healing Communities Project co-coordinator, as she discusses a proactive approach to tackling adverse childhood experiences. Heather Liebel, Lowell Elementary School family service worker, sits beside Wyant Nov. 5. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch file photo

Community organizations took a new approach in August dealing with issues such as suicide, juvenile offenses and dropout rates by partnering with Bridges of Hope for a "self-healing community."

Find out what the Brainerd-based nonprofit has been up to and what new community initiatives it has in the works in this weekend's edition by Frank Lee.

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