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Morrison County Interagency Coordinating Council 

Whereas the purpose of the MCICC is:

To strengthen the network of prevention, early identification, and intervention services for children, youth, and families in Morrison County. This will be accomplished by building on the assets and strengths already in existence in our community.  We believe building on assets will decrease individual and community deficits.  The MCICC Family Services Collaborative will serve all organizations, families, and community members.

Providing leadership for community collaborative efforts and serving all organizations, families, and community members. Our direction and services will be a shared effort by direct service providers and consumers. 

This will benefit children, youth, and families by:

Identifying current services available; identifying and making recommendations to appropriate agencies concerning strengths and needs in the system of service delivery. Specific goals and objectives to achieve the above-stated purpose shall be established on an annual basis.

Whereas the vision of the MCICC is:                                                                                                                     

Members work together to ensure success for every family in Morrison County.

Whereas the mission of the MCICC is:

A family services collaborative of schools and agencies that exist to support the healthy development of children, teens, and families by developing and implementing collaborative sustainable strategies through public and private joint service ventures.

The MCICC board consists of representatives from the following agencies:

  • Morrison County Social Services Director 

  • Morrison County Public Health Director 

  • Tri-County Community Action, Inc. Director 

  • Central Minnesota Community Corrections 

  • School representatives from:

      • Little Falls Independent District #482

      • Pierz Independent District #484 

      • Royalton Independent District #485

      • Swanville Independent District #486

      • Upsala Independent District #487

      • Mid-State Education District #6979

The Early Childhood Strategic Planning committee will focus its resources and work on collaborating to improve parent access to early childhood interventions, mental health services and child development knowledge.

The Local Coordinating Council committee provides support to the Northern Pines staff in each school district by providing the opportunity to provide feedback and the opportunity for communication to continue the success of this program.

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