PEARLAND — With colorful artwork displaying messages such as “I am creative” adorning walls, children found an outlet to express their emotions and ideas at Camp Noah.

Set up at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, it is a national program owned by the Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. Camp Noah specializes in helping children process disaster and trauma they have experienced through creative activities and play.

Connor Behrens is a reporter at The Facts. You can contact him at 979-237-0150.

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