2019 Conference - Hope & Healing for Youth and Families

NEW FOR 2019

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - Bemidji High School Auditorium

Doors open a 5:30pm with the movie scheduled to start at 6:15pm. A Q&A session will follow with Jim Sporleder.

We will be showing the movie "Paper Tigers" with a Q&A to follow with Jim Sporleder. Please note this is a separate registration. You need not attend the conference to attend the movie. Discount for quantity ticket purchases. 

                         

                                                                           Click above to watch the movie trailer.

 


Thursday, May 2 & Friday, May 3, 2019 - Sanford Event Center,

Bemidji, MN

PLEASE NOTE: Early bird rate ends April 12th. Prices April 12th to April 17th will be $299 2-day registration; $199 1-day registration.  Prices after April 17th will be $349 for all registrations.

When registering:  Please fill out the online form and print a copy for yourself then click SUBMIT to register. If paying by credit card or Pay Pal do that now.  If paying by check, we can attach payment to your registration if you submit a registration online and then mail the check. Just X out of the online payment request and Jotform will retain your information and I will attach payment on my end. Please send a copy of the printed registration so we know who to attach payment to, if you just send a check we will not know who it is for...

     

                     



Featured Presenters:

              

                          Patty Wetterling                   Jared Scheirel                 Jane Straub   

Jim Sporleder Kelly Olson

Who We Are

Evergreen Youth & Family Services is a private, non-profit youth and family service provider. In the past 40 years, Evergreen has developed a safety net of services to strengthen youth, preserve families, and help support successful transitions to adulthood. Evergreen's services are primarily provided through two program sites based in Bemidji, MN.

Every year, 2500 children, youth, and young families come to us for emergency food and shelter, mentoring, independent living skills training, counseling, pregnancy prevention, transitional housing and community suicide prevention.

Youth and families of all backgrounds and walks of life are welcome. Approximately 60% of the youth we serve each year are Native American or mixed race, 30% are Caucasian, and 10% are African-American, Asian, Hispanic, or mixed race. 

Our Service Area

Evergreen serves the greater Bemidji area, and also offers services to youth and families from 15 other counties and area reservations (services and eligibility vary depending on the program). Don't hesitate to call or email us with questions!

How to Use Our Website

Youth and parents will probably find our Services and Calendar tabs helpful.

Referral Sources and Partners will probably find our Services and Sites tabs most helpful.

Community Members and Donors will probably find our About Us, Services, and Support tabs most helpful.

 

WEATHER RELATED CLOSINGS

                                                    Evergreen Programs and Services Are:

                                      OPEN

 

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