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:
4/29/2019
Information sessions for people interested in adoption will be held in Fargo and Bismarck in May. These free meetings, hosted by The Village Family Service Center and Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota , will cover types of adoption opportunities, timeframes, and children available for adoption. A question-and-answer session concludes...
Date:
4/11/2019
FARGO – Today, First Step Recovery , a program of The Village Family Service Center, unveiled a new logo that reinforces its connection to The Village. The alignment of the brands comes as The Village prepares to co-locate counseling and First Step Recovery staff in a new joint space, creating...
Date:
3/25/2019
GRAND FORKS – The Northwest Minnesota Women’s Fund recently awarded a $2,500 grant to The Village Family Service Center's Grand Forks office . The funds will be used to host a Girls 360º Group later this year. Girls 360º Group helps girls by educating them on a full spectrum (360...
Date:
2/21/2019
FARGO – Fargo-Moorhead residents can support youth in their community next month at the lane – bowling and checkout – through Bowl for Kids’ Sake , the signature fundraising event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center. Coworkers, friends and families are encouraged to form bowling...
Date:
2/12/2019
FARGO – First Step Recovery , a program of The Village Family Service Center, is launching a new treatment option for those affected by the disease of addiction. Beginning Monday, Feb. 18, First Step will offer a daytime Intensive Outpatient Program. Day programs make treatment more accessible to individuals who...