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Nothing Helped. Then The Village Entered Their Lives.
11/27/2018
Sandy Nelson's family benefited from multiple services of The Village
Sandy Nelson’s daughter was running away and cutting herself. She’d had suicidal thoughts. Nothing was helping her. She was getting worse. That’s when The Village Family Service Center entered their lives. Through In-Home Family Therapy , Outpatient Counseling , and mentoring through Big Brothers Big Sisters , the West Fargo...
Why Kori is Thankful for Her Village Co-Workers
11/26/2018
Kori Deisler was nominated by her co-workers to receive $1,500 in car repairs
Kori Deisler is especially thankful for her Village co-workers this year. Because of them, she received a life-changing gift. Kori, a client services intake specialist, was recently selected by Matt’s Automotive Service Center in Fargo to receive $1,500 in car repairs through its Day of Service promotion. The reason? A...
Why Do Women Choose Adoption?
11/24/2018
Adoption is a loving choice made with the baby's best interest at heart.
Adoptive parents and adoption social workers will tell you: Adoption is a selfless act , and a way for birth mothers to show the utmost love for their child. This is an important point to remember as we celebrate Adoption Awareness Month in November. But what leads women to decide...
How to Shop on Black Friday Without Hurting Your Wallet
11/16/2018
Tips to Prepare for the Largest Shopping Day of the Year For many, shopping on Black Friday has become as much of a Thanksgiving tradition as turkey, with friends and families whipping up a shopping strategy along with the dressing and gravy. Financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center...
If You're Going to Fight, Make Sure It's Fair
11/7/2018
Couples need to set rules for arguments so fights can be productive
In any relationship, there will be conflict. The trick isn't to avoid it; it's learning to deal with those disagreements in a healthy, respectful way. It's a matter of fighting fair . Kelly Olson , chief clinical officer at The Village, says couples shouldn't be afraid to talk about issues...