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Organization: Family Service Rochester

Sector: 501C-3 Non-Profit

Organization Mission: Family Service Rochester was founded in 1965 as a nonprofit organization with a staff of three and the mission to support and enhance the dignity and quality of life for individuals and families in our community. In 1990, Sunrise Youth and Family Counseling joined with Family Counseling and Home Services to form Family Service Rochester. For the past 15 years, Family Service Rochester has sharpened its focus to working with families with serious child welfare and/or family violence concerns. Major service expansions have been in the areas of child maltreatment, child welfare, children’s mental health, domestic violence and providing our services to ethnically diverse populations in our community. Today the agency provides more than 30 programs to meet ever-changing community needs. Our staff of over 85 provides a wide range of human services that educate, strengthen, support, protect and empower individuals and families in our community.

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Related PlanScape Status on: Aging, Best Practice, Caring Relationship, Children & Youth, Disabilities, Health, Mental Health, Pandemic, Public Safety

Key reports on: Family Service Rochester


Family Service Rochester New Positions (January 28, 2022)

Three new positions: 1. Outreach to connect BIPOC; 2. LGBTQ and other underserved seniors; (3) Meadow Park Director of Community Engagement 

 

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September 19, 2022: Microwash News

100K boost by NMotion via its growth accelerator program to Microwash.

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September 12, 2022: Welcoming Week Related Events 2022

Olmsted County and other community events related to Welcoming Week 2022

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September 11, 2022: Targeted Business Enterprise Utilization 2022 Communication

3Q2022: August, July messages and reports; 2Q2022: June, May, April message and report; 1Q 2022 (1) TB report and message (2) An apprenticeship readiness program is now recruiting women, people of color and veterans for careers in the construction industry. (3) Bloomberg news

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September 08, 2022: SBDC South Central Region & LAUNCHKIT Announce New Opportunity Venture Accelerator (NOVA)

Business startup program for BIPOC and other underestimated entrepreneurs. Virtual, flexible pace, scholarships available.

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September 06, 2022: Rochester Nonprofit Consortium Strengthens Relationship with Rochester Area Foundation

The Rochester Nonprofit Consortium (Consortium) has announced its intent to become a program of Rochester Area Foundation (RAF). 

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September 03, 2022: Project HEALINGS of MN Covid-19 Series - Articles 4

Vaccination empowers learning learning about health and wellness: Covid disproportionate health impacts to black community. 

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August 31, 2022: United Way of Olmsted County

Request for grants proposal: Health access, Early success

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August 27, 2022: Rochester, MN 2023 Budget Supplemental Budget

2022-08-22 City Council Study Session on 2023 Supplemental Budget

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August 25, 2022: Rochester Community Initiative (RCI)

Next chapter, summer programming: 5-K run; Narcan training partnership with Diversity Council. 

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August 10, 2022: Housing Alliance Coalition Senior Housing Report

(A) Aug 2022 status: Request for Proposals for Senior Housing Development;  (B) Dec, 2021 status: (1) Senior Housing Community Co-Design Project Report;  (2) Project Background: Describing Senior Housing Project and Recruiting Co-Designing Team Members

 

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August 05, 2022: Project HEALINGS of MN Covid-19 Series - Articles 3

1. Vacines protect pregnancy and privacy - Find out now. 2, VACCINATION EMPOWERS LEARNING ABOUT OVERALL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

 

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July 25, 2022: RISE for Youth 2022 Activities

A: Career Fairs;  B: 2022 Cohort: (1) Call to be a RISE for youth mentor; (2) Need Students to Apply - RISE for Youth Program -March 1st Application Deadline

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July 22, 2022: Why Get Vaccinated?

 July 2022 e-Magazine; November 2021 e-Magazine; Info about booster; Education Slides in English and Chinese.  

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July 20, 2022: County of Olmsted, MN Resident Survey

High-level results from the Olmsted County 2022 Resident Survey were shared at the Olmsted County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, July 19, 2022.

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July 18, 2022: Techsoup by the cup

July 2022 news: Zendesk Foundation's Tech for Good Program, Four Considerations for Secure Document Management, HubSpot 101, Video Conferencing, etc. 

 

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Impacts

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Lvl 1: Aging ; Best Practice ; Caring Relationship ; Children & Youth ; Disabilities ; Health ; Mental Health ; Pandemic ; Public Safety

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Community Health Impact area: Financial Stress/Homelessness

 

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