• Circle of Courage
  • Belonging
  • Mastery
  • Independence
  • Generosity


Yes, we are open and taking new clients during the COVID-19 crisis.

We support our community and continue to meet with children, adults, and families to provide counseling and therapy during this challenging time.  Whether you would like to continue therapy or CTSS skills; or would like to meet with someone for the first time, we are currently able to offer counseling and therapy online through a HIPAA compliant video platform, by telephone, or in person using necessary precautions.  Insurance is accepted; to schedule an appointment, please call 320-214-9692, ext. 4167 to discuss options available. 

"Greater Minnesota Family Services requests all employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine once it is available to you. This is to protect our clients, colleagues and customers."

We are Here to Help

Greater Minnesota Family Services is an organization that for over 25 years has been assisting individuals, children and families who need help with emotional and social problems and other conflicts in life that make daily living difficult rather than rewarding. We are a group of over 225 people with expertise in almost all areas of mental well-being from birth to 100. Our staff are equipped to help with emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, chemical use, and school performance to name a few. We work with families to resolve these issues by identifying options and resources to maintain the family circle.

From One of Our Staff About Our Mission...

 Lois Wesbur:

When I first came to GM in 1997 there was a lot of discussion about the agency "getting too big".   During my years with GM I have met some of the best families.  I have seen some of the happiest days in a family, felt the joy of some of the smallest accomplishments, felt the pain of some of the poorest families, and shared the success of some of the families that the communities had no hope for.  I have been hugged by dirty hands and arms, offered a portion of a "last" cookie, been told my driving was "awesome for an old lady", thanked for the work that a family did, and walked a path with a family that felt hopeless.  It is during times like these that I have been blessed with the greatest gift a person can receive - The awareness of one's own blessings.

  • The ‘ALL Are Welcome Here’ image was created by the Pennsylvania Cross-Systems Advocacy Coalition, supported by Grant No. 2007-FW-AX-K009, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations included in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.