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Sherri Hashbarger
Director of Marketing and Communications
701-451-4934 (w); 701-799-7451 (c)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village receives $30K grant
FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center has received a $30,000 grant from the Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust. These funds will enable staff to provide direct services to area youth and the adult volunteers who mentor them. Specific tasks to be performed with the...
LGBTQ+ teen group begins Jan. 13 at The Village
ST. CLOUD – Area LGBTQ+ teenagers are invited to participate in Pride Teens , a 10-week therapy group at The Village Family Service Center, 110 6th Ave. S., #100, St. Cloud . Pride Teens is open to those ages 13 to 18 who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer,...
New Moorhead location set to welcome clients Monday, Oct. 28
MOORHEAD – The Village Family Service Center’s Moorhead office is moving to a larger location that provides twice the space for therapy sessions. The new building, at 815 37th Ave. S., Moorhead , opens Monday, Oct. 28 . The Village is a nonprofit organization that strengthens individuals and families across...
Grant dollars broaden access to mental health services in North Dakota
Several North Dakota-based foundations and trusts have pledged to support clients served by The Village Family Service Center by awarding grants to the nonprofit organization. These grant dollars ensure critical mental health services are accessible to area residents. Recent grant support includes: The Elmer and Kaya Berg Foundation awarded The...
$10K grant supports girls’ empowerment group in Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA – The Village Family Service Center in Alexandria has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Ruth McDonald Fund of the Alexandria Area Community Foundation. The funds will be used by the agency to present two, eight-week sessions of Girls 360º Group . The group helps teen girls by...