Good afternoon everyone!  As we are all working together do our part in keeping our community safe and healthy, FISH would like to be able to keep our network updated on services being offered and if you have needs that can be met to help facilitate your outreach.  We will be sending a daily update to our network in hopes this aids in communication and meeting needs.  Please let us know what services you are offering and the help you are needing.

Please email us at:


New update – due to a generous sponsor we will no longer be charging for soccer, Monday May 17th is our last day of registrations as we start May 21st .Esperanza’s Recreational Soccer is;


  • Designed for boys and girls PreK-8th Grade.   Esperanza’s. program is perfect for both beginners and those looking to improve.
  • Practice plans are age appropriate, focused skill building and on having fun.
  • Develop soccer players at an early age. Teach basic skills of soccer and have fun.
  • Practices are Friday evenings and games/ scrimmages are Saturday afternoon.
  • Players will receive a shirt, shorts and socks


If you have questions, please email Mary Hernandez


Mary Hernandez, Community Project Coordinator

Office 651- 322-3544

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Soccer outreach –

The Science and Art of Engaging Resistant and Traumatized Youth


This web-based training will provide evidence-informed approaches and practical applications for those working with resistant and traumatized youth. Ultimately, it addresses the value of engaging and investing in this population — not merely in providing treatment — but in their continuing care for addiction, for mental health recovery, and for complex behavioral issues. This training will integrate a client-centered approach with a trauma-informed care framework, and principles and practices of motivational enhancement therapy. Science informs but does not direct clinical practice and other helping professions; the art of applied science is relational in nature — building rapport, motivating, and supporting the teenager toward creation of a new, healthy lifestyle.

Tim Walsh MA, LP, DPA
VP of Long Term Recovery and Mental Health Services, MN Adult &Teen Challenge

Jeff Jensen, Alcohol & Drug Counselor
Center Director at Lakeside Academy, MN Adult & Teen Challenge

Participants may earn 2 CE/CLE/POST credits

Free Webinar Event
Thursday May 20th, 2021
11:00AM to 1:00PM CDT

Register Now

Participants may earn 2 CE/CLE/POST credits

Free Webinar Event

Thursday May 20th, 2021

11:00AM to 1:00PM CDT

Registration Link

There are limited spaces so register now while they are still available!

For questions please contact: Chad Stellenwerf at








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