We are a FREE nonprofit service offering:
Support and Mentoring for Parents Navigating Public Systems to Reunite with their Children
Being approached by Child Protective Services can be an emotionally devastating, isolating, and confusing experience.We know what that's like as we've been there ourselves.
We work with families to navigate the public systems and to bring about constructive change through support, guidance, instruction and/or treatment through our Parent Mentor Programs. The ultimate goal is to reunite families and help them do the best job possible in raising their children.
Experienced Parent Mentors to Assist Parents to Reunification and those Recovering from Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Our Parent Mentors receive extensive training in order to assist parents in reunification with their children or in obtaining the best possible outcome.
Our Parent Recovery Mentors provide parents with support and resources for recovery through SUD treatment providers and child welfare staff.
Help to bring you from
Homelessness to Housing
We provide housing support to single women and/or women with up to two children who are experiencing long-term homelessness. We provide a safe and secure housing option that includes food, utilities, and household supplies.
Connections to Additional
By connecting parents to additional community resources whose services we do not offer, it provides relief of trying to find the help that is needed.
Ways You can Invest and
Support Our Work
Our work is vital to keeping families together and helping parents establish healthy environments for their children. Through successful programs like ours, hundreds of families have been reunited but there are many more that still need our help.
When you invest in Minnesota One-Stop for Communities, you help reduce the number of children in out-of-home care. With your help we have hope.
We are here to strengthen and support individuals and families in communities to be safe, stable, and healthy.
If you'd like to talk to someone about our services, please contact us and we will schedule a confidential intake session to learn about your situation. We’ll identify immediate next steps we can take to support you. And we’ll assign you a Parent Mentor for the duration of your situation.