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Family Reunification

Family reunification is a process by which families that have been separated due to various circumstances, such as migration, foster care placement, or incarceration, are brought back together and reunited. This process is aimed at reuniting family members and restoring the family unit so that they can live together and support each other.


In the context of child welfare, family reunification refers to the process of reuniting children in foster care with their biological parents or other family members after a period of separation. This process typically involves providing support and services to the parents to address the issues that led to the child's removal from the home, such as substance abuse, mental health issues, or domestic violence. The goal of family reunification in child welfare is to provide a safe and stable environment for the child to return to while supporting the parents in addressing their challenges and strengthening their parenting skills.


Overall, family reunification is a complex and often challenging process that requires coordination between various agencies, support services, and family members. The ultimate goal is to ensure that families are able to be together, support each other, and thrive in a safe and nurturing environment.

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Breckenridge Location:

Phone: 218.643.9330

Fax: 218.641.1001

Address: 115 5th St N

Breckenridge, MN 56520​

Fargo South Location:

Phone: 701.532.1353 option 1

Fax: 701.532.1505

Address: 3369 39th St S Suite 2 Fargo, ND 58104

Fargo West Location:

Phone: 701.532.1353 option 2

Fax: 701.532.1505

Address: 4955 17th Ave S #122 Fargo, ND 58103

Grand Forks Location:

Phone: 701.792.7001

Fax: 701.792.7002

Address: 2303 S. Washington St

Grand Forks, ND 58201

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