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.

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February 23rd Theme: Mental & Emotional Wellness


Dear Scott County Community Members,

Together WE CAN is excited to partner with the Forgotten Initiative to host monthly Community Circle conversations in Scott County!

What Are Circles?

Scott County Community Circles provide a monthly space and opportunity to connect with others in our community; to learn from and support one another through the ups and downs in our lives. Using the sacred Indigenous communication practice of Restorative Circles, community members will be able to connect with one another on a personal level in a comfortable and supporting setting. Circles will be led by trained Circle Keepers and conversations will focus on themes related to community, family and building personal resilience.

Who Should Attend?

Community Circles are open to individuals, parents, families and organizations across Scott County, as well as our cross-county partners who support children and families in our community. These events will also include live interpretation in Spanish and Somali.

About the Event:

Register: Here

 Date/Time: Every 4th Tuesday of the month from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. (CDT)

 Location: We will meet together virtually over Zoom. A link will be provided following registration.

Upcoming Circle Conversation Themes:

February 23rd: Mental & Emotional Wellness

March 23rd: Concrete Supports & Coping during COVID-19 Pandemic

April 27th: National Child Abuse Awareness Month – The 5 Protective Factors for Preventing Child Maltreatment

Learn more about our monthly Community Circle events on our Facebook page @TogetherWECANScottCounty or by viewing the attached flyer. Please share this invitation with others, and contact Haily Hedblom at with any questions or to join the work of Together WE CAN (WE CAN: Work to End Child Abuse and Neglect).



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