The parent committee supports parents and families to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to keep their kids healthy, safe and away from drugs and alcohol. We do this by providing frequent, current information and resources. Research supports that parents are the number one influence on their children, and we want to prepare our parents for success!

Rx Drop Off Locator:

SAMHSA Help Center Locator # 1-800-662-HELP

Behavioral Health

Click below to find more information on community resources, counseling, and more surrounding mental health issues for your youth.

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Chemical Health

High school students can access free, onsite, confidential chemical health counseling through a partnership between MHS and Relate Counseling Center.

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Community Parenting

Resources for parents including ongoing workshops, monthly support groups, tutoring, diagnostic testing for children with learning disabilities and more.

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Eat. Talk. Connect!
Safety and Self-Defense Training
Talk Early. Talk Often.

SAMHSA's “Talk. They Hear You.” underage drinking prevention campaign helps parents and caregivers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol.

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Kim Oelhafen
Project Director
952-401-5056 (desk)
612-322-5277 (mobile)