Saint Francis Ministries to host grand opening for first-of-its kind residential treatment center
February 2023 · Ministry News,Press Releases,Residential Care,Texas
Lubbock, Texas – February 13, 2023 – Saint Francis Ministries will host a grand opening and dedication of its new residential treatment facility on March 3 in the former Buckner Children and Families Services’ FYI Center, at 125 Chicago Avenue. The new facility will provide clinical psychiatric care in a small group setting to children and youth in out-of-home care.
Saint Francis Ministries awarded Community Foundation of Southwest Kansas grant
November 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases
Salina, Kansas – November 21, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Southwest Kansas to help expand the nonprofit’s Family Centered Treatment® in-home prevention services to families living in the southwest part of the state.
Saint Francis Ministries names new head of Marketing & Communications
October 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases
Salina, Kansas – October 17, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries announced today that Denny Marlin has joined the not-for-profit child and family provider as its new Executive Director of Marketing & Communications. Marlin will provide oversight, coordination, and leadership to both internal and external communications, as well as the organization’s marketing goals.
Saint Francis Ministries selected for Kansas Leadership Center grant
· Ministry News,Press Releases
Salina, Kansas – October 24, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries is one of 42 non-profit organizations to receive a 2023 Leadership Transformation Grant awarded by the Kansas Leadership Center. Partner organizations will use the grants to “create a culture that embraces change, tackles problems and seizes opportunities,” according to the KLC. At least 45 other Kansas organizations from community-minded business, education, faith, and government sectors were also selected.
Saint Francis Ministries to open youth residential treatment center
August 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases,Residential Care,Texas
Lubbock, Texas – August 10, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries will open a residential treatment facility within the next several months to help to fill a gap in services in Region 1 and keep youth needing in-patient, therapeutic services closer to home.
Saint Francis Ministries Board of Directors adds three members
March 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases
Salina, Kansas – March 14, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries announced today the appointment of three new members to the Board of Directors.
Saint Francis Ministries Successfully Transitions to Stage II
March 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases,Texas
Lubbock, Texas – March 2, 2022 – Saint Francis Ministries has successfully moved into Stage II of its Community-Based Care contract with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Today, the organization began serving 41 counties in Region 1, which includes Lubbock and Amarillo, with case management services.
Lisa Capps joins The Saint Francis Foundation
February 2022 · Ministry News,Press Releases
Lisa Capps has joined The Saint Francis Foundation as director of grant development. In her role, she will build relationships in the community to share information about the work the organization does to support at-risk children and families. Capps also will raise funds to support Saint Francis Ministries, a nonprofit dedicated to providing services to support child and family well-being in six states.
Dr. Cedric L. Perkins joins Saint Francis Nebraska
November 2021 · Nebraska,Press Releases
Saint Francis Ministries in Texas is moving into Stage II of Community-Based Care
September 2021 · Foster Care / Adoption,Ministry News,Press Releases,Texas
– Saint Francis Ministries in Texas is excited to announce our engagement in Stage II contract negotiations with the Office of Community-Based Care. In this, Saint Francis will begin the transition of work within Region 1 in partnership with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. We appreciate the opportunity and confidence in moving to Stage II of Community-Based Care and look forward to serving the children and families in Region 1 in a greater capacity.