Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative

Our MISSION

Connecting individuals, families and community resources to create relationships which enhance the well-being of our kids; cradle to career.

Upcoming Events

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May 09 - 16, 2021

Keep Moving - 3 Mile Virtual Walk / Run Event

Use your daily exercise walk or run to help your neighbors who are experiencing food or housing insecurity or mental health issues due to COVID-19. 

Mey 7th 2021, 4:30pm

May 17th 20201, 4:30pm

Tour of Tiny Homes Sacred Community

Unveiling the nation's first model Sacred Settlement. A demonstration of five unoccupied tiny homes, a greenhouse, and a common gathering area is available for tour at Woodland Hills Church in Maplewood to bring awareness to a community-first approach to ending chronic homelessness. 

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May 17th 2021, 11:00AM-12:00pm

Basic Needs Resource Fair

The basic needs resource fairs are being hosted by Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative, in partnership with Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative and community resource navigators.

Every Friday at 11 AM

ZOOMERKAMMERS

Hour long sessions focus on careers and trainings that are available in the Twin Cities area for youth seeking entry-level pathways to middle income careers.

May 14 2021, 9AM (via Zoom)

Mutual Aid Training presented by SAFE FAMILIES

Training session with Director, Elizabeth Beseke to learn about the SAFE FAMILIES program.

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Community Healing Circles

A series of community healing circles for residents in Ramsey County to address the hurt and trauma caused by the the recent civil unrest.

Welcome to the How Are the Children Website of the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative (SRFC), where we continually ask the question, "How are the Children?" in guiding the work we ALL do to support children, youth and families in Suburban Ramsey County.

The How Are the Children Website is designed to provide information and resources for all who care for kids and families in our communities.  Raising children and youth is a group effort and everyone - parents, family members, teachers, neighbors, elected officials, communities - has a stake in the health and success of our kids.