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Celebrating Social Work Month 2024

To celebrate Social Work Month, we’re highlighting some of our own social workers at Children’s Minnesota: Sam Koktan, LGSW, overnight emergency department social worker, Daisy Dominguez, LGSW, emergency department social worker, and Rhea Sayotovich, LICSW, outpatient Children’s Heart Clinic and fetal echo social worker.

Transforming hurt into healing: Next Step and Children’s Minnesota

“Hurt people hurt people. Healing people heal people,” says Kentral Galloway, director of Next Step which aims to break the cycle of violence in our community. Here’s how Next Step is making a difference for patients and families at Children’s Minnesota.

Celebrating Social Work Month 2023

March is Social Work Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the incredible work social workers do every day for patients and families. Get to know three of our social workers, Stevie, Mia and Molly! They will be sharing all their favorite things about working at Children's Minnesota.

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Celebrating Social Work Month 2022

To celebrate our very own social work team, we sat down with Hannah Kuhne, MSW, LGSW, social worker on the after-hours team in St. Paul; and Teasha Lightfoot, LGSW, social worker on the after-hours team in Minneapolis, to learn more about their work and what this year’s theme means to them.

Community Connect helps families find critical resources and thrive

At Children’s Minnesota, we know that good health requires more than good health care. In fact, 80% of a child’s health is tied to where they live, learn and play. That’s why we have the Community Connect program. The program helps connect families in our Minneapolis and St. Paul Primary Care Clinics to existing community resources.

Born with spina bifida: Odin is cared for by the experts at the Midwest Fetal Care Center

When Darby and Brad went in for a routine check-up at their family care provider in Fort Dodge, Iowa, the doctors diagnosed baby Muller with spina bifida.

Meet Children’s Minnesota social workers

In honor of National Social Work Month, we are highlighting some of our remarkable social workers: Amanda Woelfel, LICSW; Erika Vaughn, LICSW; and Mason Davies, LGSW.

Recognizing Social Work Month at Children’s Minnesota

March is National Social Work Month and here at Children’s Minnesota, we are recognizing Social Work Week from March 22-26 to highlight our social work team and the amazing work they do every day!