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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.

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We are excited to share with you the latest edition of our newsletter, packed with valuable insights from the recent event hosted on September 28 by SRFC (Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative). This event highlighted JOINING FORCES TO FIGHT THIS CRISIS TOGETHER.

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Minnesota, like most states, is facing a significant "skills gap" in our workforce. Yet we have a huge pool of talent eager for opportunity. This documentary film explores how innovative employers, passionate educators, and forward-thinking organizations are working together to create Earn and Learn programs that are helping to close the achievement gap and build a better state for everyone. 

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We are excited to share with you the latest edition of our newsletter, packed with valuable insights from the recent event hosted on August 3rd by SRFC (Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative). This event highlighted MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES regarding FENTANYL, NARCAN, and our CHILDREN’S HEALTH.

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We are excited to share with you the latest edition of our newsletter, packed with valuable insights from the recent event hosted on June 28th by SRFC (Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative). This event delved into the critical topics of FENTANYL, NARCAN, and our CHILDREN’S HEALTH.

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

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