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Our Impact

Nexus believes in strengthening the inherent goodness and potential of every child and family, no matter what challenges they face.

Each time a child changes the arc of his or her life, a new pattern is created from which we all benefit. The Nexus treatment approach creates a lasting positive impact that ripples throughout our communities for generations to come.

The majority of these youth went to family settings (a parent or relative's home, or foster care), or social service placements–group homes, transitional living programs, or other residential treatment programs.

Remaining at the same discharge place, or “sustaining a placement,” is something that we look for in our youth. Stable placements lead to better and lasting outcomes. It is one indication that our youth will go on to achieve their dreams of a brighter future.



IN THE NEWS @ NEXUS
Nexus New CEO
Waiting Child
Aaron is looking for a permanent home
24th ANNUAL ONARGA ACADEMY GOLF OUTING
24th ANNUAL ONARGA ACADEMY GOLF OUTING
Mille Lacs Academy 22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Mille Lacs Academy 22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Nexus KFF & PATH MN Merger
PATH MN merges with Kindred Family Focus
Nexus has named Curtis A. Knutson as Vice President of Operations
Nexus has named Curtis A. Knutson as Vice President of Operations
Celebrating Black History Month
Gerard Academy’s New Dominion School Participates in MLK Essay Contest
Crisis Nursery 19th Annual Spring Fundraiser
Crisis Nursery 19th Annual Spring Fundraiser
Join Woodbourne Center for a Comedy Benefit Night
Join Woodbourne Center for a Comedy Benefit Night
Making Lives Brighter for Youth in Foster Care
Making Lives Brighter for Youth in Foster Care
Nexus CARES
One of these boys is in foster care. You can’t tell who because.. Nexus CARES
NEXUS | GiveMN
The Library
The Library
A list of resources for parents
Parenting Partner
Parenting Partner
Helpful articles for parents
Family Matters
Family Matters
(Q&A with Dr. Michelle Murray, Ph.D.)