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FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center has received a grant from the Alex Stern Family Foundation to empower youth in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Big Brothers Big Sisters matches kids ages 6 to 14 with volunteer “Bigs” who spend about four hours a month with their “Little,” either at the child’s school or doing activities in the community. These relationships [...]
MINOT – St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation awarded The Village in Minot funds to assist with providing behavioral health services to the uninsured and underinsured. In addition, St. Joseph’s also provided grant money to The Village’s pregnancy counseling services which assists women who find themselves unexpectedly pregnant. The grants were officially awarded at a luncheon in Minot on [...]
MOORHEAD – The Otto Bremer Trust recently awarded The Village Family Service Center grant funding to support its Professional Development for Community Impact initiative. The grant dollars will allow the nonprofit organization to train Minnesota clinicians in EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR involves reprocessing memories that have essentially become stuck in the brain [...]
Two 6-week classes offered by The Village Family Service Center; no cost for Douglas County residents ALEXANDRIA – Two Love and Logic® parenting groups are planned at The Village Family Service Center, 4133 Iowa St., Suite 105, Alexandria: Parenting the Love and Logic Way® will meet from 4 to 5:30 pm Tuesdays, Sept. 6 through Oct. 11. This group teaches parents tools to stay calm, set limits, and [...]
FARGO – Cass County Electric Cooperative Foundation, Operation Round Up, has awarded a grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center. The funds will allow Big Brothers Big Sisters to match more caring, volunteer mentors with at-risk youth in the Fargo-Moorhead area and to provide ongoing case management. Big Brothers Big Sisters recruits and supports over 200 volunteers [...]
6-week Parenting the Love and Logic Way group offered for no cost at The Village Family Service Center ALEXANDRIA – Douglas County parents can learn tools to stay calm, set limits, and put an end to arguing and back talk during a six-week group starting Tuesday, Feb. 15, at The Village Family Service Center, 4133 Iowa St., Suite 105, Alexandria. Parenting the Love and Logic Way® will meet from 4 [...]
FARGO – Local veterans can access financial coaching from The Village Financial Resource Center at no cost thanks to a new grant-funded program. The Fargo-based Hector Foundation awarded The Village a grant to provide financial education and services to area veterans. The Village will use that funding to provide three free months of financial coaching to up to 20 veterans. During financial [...]
BISMARCK – The Village Family Service Center has received a $5,000 grant from The Tom and Frances Leach Foundation. These funds will go toward providing behavioral health services, such as mental health counseling and in-home family therapy, to uninsured and underinsured people in the Bismarck area. The Village’s Bismarck office is located at 2207 E. Main Ave. For more information, call 701-255 [...]
GRAND FORKS – The Myra Foundation recently awarded The Village Family Service Center $3,525 in grant funding. The grant dollars will allow the nonprofit organization to purchase client furniture for its office in the Grand Cities Mall, as well as therapeutic supplies and storage for school-based mental health counselors. The Village provides mental health counseling services to children and adults [...]
FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center has received a $5,000 grant from the Alex Stern Family Foundation to defend the potential of youth in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Big Brothers Big Sisters matches kids ages 6 to 14 with volunteer “Bigs” who spend about four hours a month with their “Little,” either at the child’s school or doing activities in the community [...]