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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, adoption, 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:
8/27/2020
GRAND FORKS – A recent grant will allow social workers to continue to provide free pregnancy options counseling and parent support services in the community. The Village Family Service Center received $1,000 from the Victor and Nina Cranley Charitable Foundation. The Village has offices across North Dakota and Minnesota. Its...
Date:
8/12/2020
MOORHEAD – 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, Sept. 8, at The Village Family Service Center, 815 37th Ave. S., Moorhead . Parenting the Love and Logic Way will meet from 5:30 to...
Date:
7/9/2020
The Village Family Service Center’s Devils Lake office has received a $1,000 grant for its Youth Cultural Liaison Program (YCLP) from the Devils Lake Area Foundation. YCLP focuses on reducing the over-representation of Native American and other minority youth in the Juvenile Justice System. It does so by providing case...
Date:
6/24/2020
FARGO – Professionals with The Village Employee Assistance Program will share advice for adjusting to a “new normal” and effectively communicating during stressful times during two upcoming webinars. The trainings will be held over the noon hour on the GoToTraining platform. On Wednesday, July 8, EAP Trainer Nancy Boyle will...
Date:
6/10/2020
GRAND FORKS – The Beito Foundation has awarded $8,000 in grant support to The Village Family Service Center. The funds allow The Village to serve the behavioral health needs of children and families in Northwest Minnesota. Through several years of grant funding, the Thief River Falls-based Beito Foundation has helped...