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Medicine for the mind

Program improves children's emotional well-being, leads to improved physical health

Jenna Knipe (pink shirt) and Kayden Buffalo (purple shirt) with mentors Marianne Okemow (left) and Katie Wilson (right) take part in a new government funded program at Buchanan School that links teens and elementary students with mentors to raise the self-esteem. Right, the Circle of Courage.

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Jenna Knipe (pink shirt) and Kayden Buffalo (purple shirt) with mentors Marianne Okemow (left) and Katie Wilson (right) take part in a new government funded program at Buchanan School that links teens and elementary students with mentors to raise the self-esteem. Right, the Circle of Courage.

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Updated on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 6:50 AM CST: Replaces photo

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