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A Letter of Support

May 28, 2008

To whom it may concern:

In my job as a Probation Officer, I have had the opportunity to work with the Sweetser group home in Plymouth and the Healthy Seeds Program. One of my probationers participated in this program during his stay last summer. This program was a very positive experience for this young man. In participating in this program, he was able to grow in many areas. His self-esteem and confidence level improved greatly. He also learned to interact socially with others and was able to "come out of his shell" which has improved his chances for a more positive outcome. He was able to learn many coping skills through his participation in these activities to help him deal more appropriately with the stressors of every day life. His participation in the Healthy Seeds Program was a very valuable lesson and has increased his chances for a more successful future.

I highly support the Healthy Seeds Program at the Plymouth Sweetser group home.


Deborah Reynolds

Juvenile Community Corrections Officer

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