Recent grants help to sustain Village services | The Village Family Service Center

The Village Family Service Center

Recent grants help to sustain Village services

Date: 
Friday, September 18, 2020

The Village Family Service Center has received several grants recently that help sustain its behavioral health services. The Village is grateful to these organizations for their support:

  • Verendrye Electric Trust’s Operation Round Up awarded The Village in Minot a $1,000 grant. These funds will be used to purchase therapeutic materials for children and families who have experienced trauma.
  • The Village's First Step Recovery program received $7,500 from the Elmer and Kaya Berg Foundation. In addition, the foundation awarded $1,500 to The Village for its suicide prevention efforts.
  • Sam’s Club in Fargo granted The Village $1,000 to purchase a new laptop.
  • Minot’s Supervised Parenting Time program received $10,274 in STOP grant funds from the state of North Dakota.

The Village’s mission is to strengthen individuals we serve through regional community behavioral health services. We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation.

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