Nancy McKenzie, Executive Director for Nexus-PATH Family Healing will be retiring at the end of 2020. She leaves behind a legacy of positively impacting North Dakota youth in foster care and families and children suffering from mental health issues.
The current health crisis brought an urgent need for personal protective equipment (PPE) to the masses. Linda Barnhart, a Nexus Family Healing board member and former nurse, saw this as an opportunity to make a difference in her community.
The Southeast Regional Crisis Center (SERCC) Executive Team – with representation from Olmsted and Goodhue counties, Mayo Clinic, Olmsted Medical Center, the southeast chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and local health care plans – recently cast a unanimous vote to select Nexus Family Healing as the operations partner for the Southeast Regiona
The past few months have been challenging for everyone – especially our kids – due to major changes to their school and social structures. As we enter the fall school year, students of all ages are feeling the stress and anxiety of new uncertainties and protocols.
Nexus Family Healing, a national nonprofit organization providing emotional, behavioral, and mental health services to children and families, has named Jarrell J. McRae as Executive Director of their Baltimore agency, Nexus-Woodbourne Family Healing.
Nexus, a national nonprofit organization that provides mental health services to youth and families, is changing its name to Nexus Family Healing. For more than 45 years, Nexus has focused on rebuilding lives, reconnecting families and restoring hope for youth and families suffering from mental, emotional and behavioral issues.
Nexus, a nonprofit organization providing mental health services to families, has hired Margaret Vimont as Vice President of Strategy and Service Development and Scott McGuire as Chief Financial Officer.
Nexus and FACTS are excited to announce a new partnership that will expand and strengthen FACTS programming serving families and children throughout Minnesota.
Nexus, a national nonprofit based in Plymouth, MN, has welcomed several new board members to help continue the organization’s 45-year history of providing innovative programming and high-level mental health care to children and families.