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Updated: 01/14/2018 08:30:00AM

Keeping their kids

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Timothy Boisclair, from Port Charlotte, talks about his experience with the Community Action Team.


Emerson and Amy King, center, talk with Kelly Pomerville, left, and Jennifer Ernst from Charlotte Behavioral Health Care about the Community Action Team program in their Englewood home.


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Amy and Emerson King talk about the Community Action Team program in their Englewood home.


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Amy King talks about her experience with the Community Action Team program in her Englewood home.

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Wendy Boisclair, from Port Charlotte.


Mentor Randy Izzillo, left, teaches Tim Boisclair how to prepare clam sauce for a pasta dinner Thursday evening in Tims Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

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Wendy Boisclair, left, samples dinner being prepared by her son Tim, under the guidance of his mentor, Randy Izzillo, Thursday evening in the Boisclair's Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

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Tim Boisclair, left, prepares pasta under the guidance of his mentor, Randy Izzillo, Thursday evening in Tims Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

Photo by Tom O'Neill

Mentor Randy Izzillo, left, teaches Tim Boisclair how to prepare clam sauce for a pasta dinner Thursday evening in Tims Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

Photo by Tom O'Neill

Mentor Randy Izzillo, left, teaches Tim Boisclair how to prepare clam sauce for a pasta dinner Thursday evening in Tims Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

Photo by Tom O'Neill

Tim Boisclair, left, cooks dinner under the guidance of his mentor, Randy Izzillo, Thursday evening in Tims Port Charlotte home. Randy is a member of the Community Action Team at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care.

Photo by Tom O'Neill

By ANDREA PRAEGITZER

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Wendy Boisclair said she became fearful of her son when knives and scissors started to disappear from their home in Port Charlotte.

She worried her teenager would fulfill his threats to harm her — or her daughter — or himself.

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