Our agency, in partnership with the Minnesota State University, Mankato Center for Rural Behavorial Health and MSU-M Department of Applied Health Science received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health to provide the Bridges out of Poverty training for our community in March. Bridges out of Poverty is designed to give communities a deeper understanding of poverty and concrete strategies to use as we all work together to improve opportunities for success. We strongly encourage community residents with lived experience to be a part of this important work.
We have 10 scholarships available for residents in Faribault or Martin Counties to attend. To learn more, or to register by March 1- please go to www.surveymonkey.com/r/bridgestrainingfairmont
Training will take place at the Best Western in Fairmont from 8:30- 3:30 each day.
By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to http://fmchs.com/