Education/Child Development

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Reach Up Head Start:  Offers education services to families and children ages three to five. Services prepare children for kindergarten and include support groups and classes for parents.  

(320) 253-8110  

Catholic Charities Support and Advocacy of Independent Living Program (SAIL): Provides a safe and confidential place for youth ages 16 to 21 to learn and practice life skills that help them transition into adulthood.

(320) 650-1550

742 Early Childhood Services: Provides basic learning opportunities for children and  for parents hoping to learn about the development of their child.

(320) 253-5828

742 Basic Adult Education: Gives adults the opportunity to advance their reading, writing, math skills, or even earn a GED. Classes include topics such as basic computer skills, transitions, job searching, and career exploration.

(320) 253-9333

Big Brothers Big Sisters: Builds one-to-one relationships between children and mentors through a mentorship and tutoring program.

(320) 253-1616

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