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Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota, and a virtual treasure trove of family fun. Whether you only have a few days to stay or the rest of your lives, you'll find plenty to keep the whole gang entertained here. For starters, check out the Fargo Metro Rec Center, with a variety of arcade games and physical recreation for the whole family. Fathers won't want to miss the chance to take the boys to All Star Slot Car City, where they can race on four tracks, including the 155 foot Road King. Or, if your brood would rather hear the roar of the real engines, take them out for a day at the Red River Valley Speedway. Make sure not to miss the summer festivities at Bonanzaville USA, including a vintage car show, arts festival and Pioneer Days.1 And when the summer ends, you'll be glad to know the students in your bunch will have access to such fine schools as Moorhead High and Richland Elementary. The longer you stay, the more you'll find to love about Fargo.

Marriage and Family Mental Health in Fargo

Parents who need assistance in developing healthy skills to promote their family's wellness can participate in classes offered by the Parenting Resource Center at North Dakota State University. The Resource Center offers programs related to improving teamwork between parents, effective discipline strategies to manage the behavior of children, and methods to promote a child's improved self-concept. Classes traditionally meet once a week for five weeks and are offered throughout the year. To enroll in a parenting course, call 701-231-8944.2

The Retired Senior Volunteer Program provides older adults with an opportunity to share their life's knowledge with others. Volunteer assignments are made based upon each individual's area of expertise. Some volunteers serve as foster grandparents to at-risk children, while others present educational programs that teach children about mental health, multiculturalism, and bullying to name a few. Further information about these volunteer opportunities is available by calling 701-231-9753.3

The Village Family Service Center promotes mentally healthy families through their Family-Based Services. An essential belief of the Village is that all families have the capacity to raise children who are confident, communicative, have good self-esteem, and exhibit positive behaviors. Using this strengths-based approach, the agency helps families strengthen and stabilize their relationships while learning valuable skills for helping an at-risk child overcome their risky behaviors and get on a path to a positive future. To inquire about this program, call 701-451-4900.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Many assistance programs are available to families with mental health needs through the North Dakota Department of Human Services. Their Aging Division is dedicated to providing older adults with the social and emotional supports they need to function at their best. The Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse provides evidence-based programming to help families overcome the negative effects of mental illness on their family. Programs to assist individuals with a disability, such as vocational rehabilitation services, are also part of the agency's scope of services. Contact the Department of Human Services at 701-328-2310 for more details.5


References

1. Bonanzaville USA. (2017). Collections/Exhibits. Retrieved from http://www.bonanzaville.org/collections-exhibits/
2. North Dakota State University Extension Service - Cass County. (2017). Parenting Resource Center. Retrieved from http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/casscountyextension/home-and-family
3. Retired Senior Volunteer Program. (2017). Programs. Retrieved from http://rsvpnd.com/programs/
4. The Village Family Service Center. (2017). What Are Family-Based Services? Retrieved from https://www.thevillagefamily.org/family_based_services/whatfamilybased
5. North Dakota Department of Human Services. (2010). Services and Help. Retrieved from http://www.nd.gov/dhs/services/

Fargo is located in Cass County, North Dakota. It has a land area of 49.31 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Fargo is 118,523 people with 49,962 households and a median annual income of $46,175. .


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Some budgeting needed

While counseling can certainly be an expense for individuals and families in Fargo, with proper budgeting, it is entirely do-able and the risk/reward is worth it. For some families, it may be difficult to sustain a commitment to therapy without proper insurance coverage. If this is you, ask your therapist about low cost options as practitoners in and around Fargo may have flexibility or sliding scales