FORT COLLINS, Colo. — They're land mines. Strategically planted on school grounds, near lockers, along corridors, in classrooms and counseling offices, the devices are set to go off on troubled teens who run across them.

Specially trained mercenaries arm each explosive with a hair trigger and powerful compassion — ammunition so dynamic its shock waves are felt throughout this community.

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