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For over 139 years, The Family Partnership has been recognized as an innovative and highly impactful nonprofit in the Twin Cities area, and over one million children and families have benefited from our specialized services in order to realize their full potential – regardless of income or origin. Through counseling, education, and advocacy, we support children, families, and communities in need, and empower them to solve their own problems.

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About The Family Partnership

For over 139 years, The Family Partnership has been recognized as an innovative and highly impactful nonprofit in the Twin Cities area, and over one million children and families have benefited from our specialized services in order to realize their full potential – regardless of income or origin. Through counseling, education, and advocacy, we support children, families, and communities in need, and empower them to solve their own problems.

Make your donation today!

Advocacy

Poverty increases vulnerability. The Family Partnership is using a two-generation approach to helping sexually exploited women and teens and their families gain stability and prevent their children from being preyed upon in future generations.

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Sex trafficking survivor services increase by 42 percent in 2018

“On the Streets” outreach increases to victims/survivors in high risk areas of Minneapolis in partnership with the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource CenterThe Family Partnership Promoting Recovery, Independence, Dignity and Equality (PRIDE) program increased outreach and service delivery to survivors of sex trafficking by 42 percent in 2018.

February 27, 2019

We served 39,200 people in 2016

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Leaders in addressing the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

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