Clay County Collaborative

SAVE the DATE

Adverse Childhood Experiences Conference

October 4, 2013

Moorhead


September is National Recovery Month

Bill W. Documentary

Wednesday, September 18th, 7pm Fargo Theater

Sponsored by Prairie St. John's


Story Land is coming to the Moorhead Library!

Grand Opening is Saturday, October 5th at 10am


"Get To Know Me" form - a resource for parents of children with special needs and the community organizations that sponsor children's activities and programs



Children's Mental Health Resource Guide

for Cass County, ND & Clay County, MN

 


Resources for Community Organizations


Fatherhood resources


Communities Activities for Children with Special Needs

kidsactivitiesrev120926.pdf

 


 

Resources for returning soldiers, their families and friends

It's Hard to Come Home

Operation Military Kids newsletter

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

Fargo Vet Center

North Dakota Vet Centers

 
Clay County Collaborative
715 11th St. N
Moorhead, MN 56560
218.443-3916

Carolyn Strnad
Coordinator
coordinator@
claycounty
collaborative.org

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Clay County Collaborative Successful Partnerships building Successful Families
October 4th Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Past Impacts the Future, registration available soon.
 

The Clay County Collaborative is a partnership of Clay County, its five school districts and non-profit agencies who are committed to working together in partnership with families and to making the changes necessary in their organizations to better serve children and their families.

Vision... A pencil drawing of children located in the center of an outline of Clay Count.

Successful partnerships building successful families.

Mission...

Our mission is to work in partnership and collaboration to empower and provide opportunities for children and families.

Core Values...
  • We care about children and families
  • We believe in collaboration and partnership
  • We believe in early prevention, identification and intervention
  • We believe in strength-based, family–centered services
  • We believe in partnering with and supporting families
  • We believe in accessible services
  • We value education and training

Artwork used by permission of Martha Perske. For more drawings, see Perske Pencil Portraits 1971-1990 (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1998).

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