Media Center | The Village Family Service Center

The Village Family Service Center

Media Center

The Village is home to experts on a wide range of topics, including mental health, family dynamics, chemical addiction, youth mentoring, effective workplaces, and more. To arrange an interview with someone at The Village, please contact: 

Sherri Hashbarger
Director of Marketing and Communications

shashbarger@thevillagefamily.org
701-451-4934 (w); 701-799-7451 (c)

Date:
5/12/2020
FARGO – People whose finances have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can meet with a financial counselor at The Village Family Service Center for no cost. Thanks to additional funding, The Village is able to offer a limited number of free financial counseling sessions to individuals who experienced a...
Date:
4/16/2020
FARGO – The Otto Bremer Trust, a bank holding company and private charitable trust based in St. Paul, Minnesota, granted $25,000 to The Village Family Service Center from its Community Benefit Financial Company Emergency Fund. These funds will allow the organization to continue to provide telehealth services that may not...
Date:
4/14/2020
FARGO – Trainers with The Village Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are providing free online training workshops on certain Wednesdays in April and May. The sessions will address topics relevant to coping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each virtual event will begin at noon and last about 45 minutes, including time for...
Date:
3/13/2020
We recognize it takes a Village to stay healthy! The well-being of our employees and clients is of highest importance to us. Announcements related to our operations during the pandemic are posted below. To access telehealth services, contact your local office or you can request an appointment online . If...
Date:
3/4/2020
UPDATED MARCH 16, 2020: Per the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the North Dakota Department of Health, we are taking preventive measures to limit the risk for exposure to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and minimize the potential burden on our regional healthcare systems. As...