Freeborn County Family Services and Children's Mental Health Collaborative
The Freeborn County Family Services and Children's Mental Health Collaborative facilitates a comprehensive collaboration of providers to foster an environment where families receive needed services to nature the children of Freeborn County in reaching their potential.
To foster collaborative prevention and intervention efforts to improve the outcomes, stability and health of all children and families through the coordination of multi-agency services and informal and formal supports within the community by developing a comprehensive system of collaborative service delivery to improve the ability of families to meet the needs of their children.
The Collaborative shall not function as a provider, but shall perform activities that coordinate supports and services, with a goal of system improvement. The Collaborative shall neither replace nor duplicate existing agencies, but shall create and sustain relationships among them. The Collaborative shall strive to achieve goals through the utilization of existing resources by creating a more efficient and effective system.
What We Do
Support School Attendance through Truancy Prevention Activities
Support Mental Health Awareness and Services
Support Prevention of Youth Substance Use
Partners in Collaboration
3 School Districts
3 Freeborn County Departments
1 Community Action Agency
1 Mental Health Entity
1 HeadStart Grantee
2 City Partners
1 Health Care Partner
1 Parent/Consumer Community Member
Family Services and Children's Mental Health Collaborative Board Meetings
Noon – 1:30 pm
The first Wednesday of every other month.
Dates: February 2, April 6, June 1, August 3, October 5, December 7
Meetings are currently via Zoom. The public is welcome to attend.
Contact Jenny Hendrickson for information about how to attend virtual meetings.
- Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drug Meeting (ATOD)
- Children’s Mental Health (LCC/LAC)