The Village Family Service Center recently received multiple grants from foundations and community funds across the state of North Dakota in support of various programs:
- The Minot Community Education Fund, a component of the North Dakota Community Foundation, awarded a $2,500 grant to support The Village’s Supervised Parenting Time and Child Exchange program in Minot. This program provides supervised visitation, supervised exchange, and monitored phone calls to families experiencing high levels of conflict. Funds will be used to support those families who are unable to pay for services.
- The Victor and Nina Cranley Foundation in Grand Forks granted The Village $1,000 for Pregnancy Counseling and Parenting Support Services, which offers caring, non-judgmental counseling for women and families facing an unplanned pregnancy or recent birth.
- The Devils Lake Area Foundation granted The Village's Devils Lake office $1,000 to assist with client needs in the Youth Cultural Liaison Program. YCLP focuses on reducing the over-representation of Native American and other minority youth in the Juvenile Justice System.
The Village has 15 offices across North Dakota and Minnesota, strengthening communities through services such as mental health counseling, in-home family therapy, adoption, pregnancy counseling, financial counseling, employee assistance programs and business training. For more information, call 1-800-627-8220.
The Village’s mission is to strengthen individuals we serve through regional community behavioral health services. We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation and are a United Way Community Partner.