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On July 19th, the National Association for Children’s Behavioral Health elected our very own President and CEO, Dick Wolleat as their new president. This is a great honor for Dick and all of Northwood Children’s Services. NACBH’s mission is “To advance the field of children’s behavioral health by engaging talented and promising leaders to identify […]
On Thursday May 23rd, Northwood Children’s Services celebrated the hard work of our students and staff with our annual Student Award Banquet. The night was filled with music, laughter, and appreciation as we all came together to recognize our fantastic students from the Little Learners who serenaded us with “Baby Shark” to the graduating seniors […]
Exercise is essential to maintaining good health, a balanced mood and overall well-being. Northwood coworkers joined together at IST CrossFit to work toward the common goal of fitness! We had a great turnout with around 25 employees participating. Good job everyone!
Congratulations to the Scout team, West campus, for receiving the Team of the Quarter! The Scout team has done an excellent job in creating an organizational culture that reflects our belief that our work is fun and vital and that each person employed at Northwood makes a difference. Over the last three months, the team […]
As 2018 comes to a close, I would like to share a few thoughts about the some of the accomplishments over the past year. More children will be served than at any time in our history – 777 so far in our residential and day treatment programs, and many more children and families in our […]
Most of us grew up watching the Macy’s Parade on Thanksgiving morning. Homecoming parades are big events for colleges and high schools. Memorial Day parades create a public way to express gratitude to our veterans. Here in Duluth, we all wait in anticipation for the Christmas City of the North Parade! For the sixth year, […]
(November 16, 2017) Northwood Children’s Services recently was honored to receive the “Provider of the Year” award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). We thank NAMI’s Board of Directors for selecting us and we will do our best to live up to the ideals it represents.