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UPDATE: The Family Partnership Response to COVID-19

Published on March 28, 2020  |  Written by Vikki Reich

UPDATED 3/30/20

Serving Families during COVID-19

The Family Partnership continues to support families with most of our programs remaining open during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Our remote workers are using confidential technology tools to support those in need of our services.

Contact us through:

Our Central Intake Line612-728-2061 (English/Español)

9am – 7 pm M-F, with after-hours messages returned the next business day.


Programs assisting clients virtually include:

  • Mental Health Services – Our licensed therapists are available for telemedicine for anyone seeking services. 612-728-2061 (Our Hmoob intake line is 763-569-2625)
  • Unified Therapy Rehab services (Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapies) are available through telemedicine. For more information contact: Sandy Klein-Mirviss at 612-294-2666.
  • Coming soon: “Music and Movement with Jess” videos by our music therapist!
  • Our Home Visiting and Mobility Mentoring programs are contacting clients directly to arrange virtual appointments. If you are in need of services, call our central intake line 612-728-2061.
  • Our PRIDE program is connecting with clients and assisting them with accessing needed services. Our 24-hour sex trafficking survivor crisis line is available at 612-728-2062 or 888-774-3399.

Preschools and day care

While our Children’s First Early Learning Center and Four Directions Family Center preschools have suspended services, our staff are connecting with families to address basic needs and suggest age-appropriate learning resources.  To inquire about enrollment for our preschools, please contact us through central intake or email.

We have posted COVID-19 resources suggested by our program staff.

We are sensitive to the disruption our change in services means to those who need us the most. Our dedicated staff is committed to fulfilling The Family Partnership’s mission to building strong families, vital communities, and better futures for children.

Stay healthy and safe!

For more information on COVID-19 visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website or the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) website.

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