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Hennepin County Family Court Services, and YOU!

As you may have heard by now, Hennepin County has proposed cutting 3-6 positions from Hennepin County Family Court Services.  AFCC discussed this at our last board meeting, and we resolved to join with other professional organizations to strongly oppose any cuts in staffing.  On September 22, 2020, AFCC signed a Position Statement, along with Read more…

AFCC-MN STATEMENT ON THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD AND SYSTEM CHANGE

AFCC-Minnesota wishes to express our sincere condolences and grief to the family and friends of Mr. George Floyd, and all those who have been affected by his brutal and horrific murder by Minneapolis Police officers.  Tragically, Mr. Floyd’s death is simply one of the most recent, and visible, examples of a devastating failure of our society. It is unfortunate that Read more…

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Hennepin County Family Court Services, and YOU!

As you may have heard by now, Hennepin County has proposed cutting 3-6 positions from Hennepin County Family Court Services.  AFCC discussed this at our last board meeting, and we resolved to join with other professional organizations to strongly oppose any cuts in staffing.  On September 22, 2020, AFCC signed a Position Statement, along with Read more…

Resources from Other Agencies

From time to time I hear about resources offered by other agencies that I think AFCC-MN members might be interested in. Today, perusing my inbox over morning coffee, I saw that Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health is offering a webinar on Talking to Kids about Race & Racism: Moving beyond “I Don’t See Color” Read more…

Invitation from the President of AFCC-MN

Hi folks, Just want to send a more personal note inviting all AFCC-MN members to join us for our fall half-day VIRTUAL conference next Friday, September 11, 2020, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. This year’s half-day conference focuses on mental health – specifically, mental health crises and how they can manifest in family court Read more…