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You have to pre register for the Women 4 Wellness health event and will get a band at the pre registration table the day of the event.

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Helping Hands of Mission Valley is proud to sponsor Abby Wren at the Women 4 Wellness Health Event on May 23rd. Her message of diversity and empowerment has inspired countless others in the beauty community and beyond. Different is Dope.

Abby is a professional makeup artist and digital creator based in Los Angeles, California. Trained and certified in Fashion and Beauty Makeup Artistry at John Casablanca’s Institute in Vancouver, British Columbia, Abby blends her expertise as a professional makeup artist with her growing online community, creating an impactful approach to the beauty industry and content landscape.

Abby was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Alopecia Totalis in 2006, and lost all her hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. She began using makeup to express her femininity and passion for color and hasn’t looked back since. Her signature bald look has become an endless canvas for creative makeup and unique designs.

Please pre-register today @ w4w.skc.edu to attend the W4W health fair and stop by Abby's tables at the Autoimmune & Alopecia table and check out her amazing artistry and be entered into drawings for some cool swag.

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Foster care is a system designed to provide temporary care and support for children who are unable to live with their biological parents due to various reasons such as neglect, abuse, or parental incapacity. In foster care, these children are placed in the homes of trained and licensed foster parents, who provide them with a safe, stable, and nurturing environment.

The primary goal of foster care is to ensure the well-being and safety of the child while addressing the issues that led to their removal from their biological home. Foster care aims to meet the child's physical, emotional, educational, and social needs, helping them heal from any past traumas and providing them with the opportunity to thrive.

Foster care arrangements can vary in duration, from short-term placements while efforts are made to reunify the child with their biological family, to long-term or permanent placements if reunification is not possible and adoption becomes the goal.

Foster parents undergo extensive training and assessment to prepare them for the challenges of caring for children who may have experienced trauma or neglect. They provide love, support, and guidance to the children in their care, often forming strong bonds that can have a lasting impact on the child's life.

Throughout the foster care process, social workers play a crucial role in assessing the needs of the child, coordinating services, and supporting both the child and the foster family. They work closely with biological parents, foster parents, and other professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for the child.

Foster care is a vital part of the child welfare system, providing a safety net for children in crisis and giving them a chance to grow up in a stable and nurturing environment until they can either return to their biological families or find a permanent alternative, such as adoption.

To reserve a space call Jennifer, asap, at 406-883-0770

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This is long overdue, but we want to THANK the Greater Polson Community Foundation for their Amazing donation to help us with our Kitchen/Hood Remodel. Their passion for the community is truly remarkable and we appreciate their help. Because of them we were able to finish the work that was needed and get back to using our kitchen. Burger nights, Friday Night Dinners, Community Events, we are back up and running! We can't thank this foundation enough, but we will try....


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Volunteering your time, money, or energy to help others doesn’t just make the world better—it also makes you better. Studies indicate that the very act of giving back to the community boosts your happiness, health, and sense of well-being.

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Partnerships Support to Families Through Pregnancy and Postpartum!

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and St. Luke’s Community Hospital

recently partnered with Zero to Five Flathead Reservation – Lake County and Helping Hands of Mission


We will educate new mothers and families on postpartum mood disorders by providing educational materials and a $25 incentive when mothers attend their postpartum check.

Looking to volunteer? Please give us a call 406-883-0770!

                 “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Mahatma Gandhi


410 First Street East - Suite 1

PO Box 1094

Polson, MT 59860

(406) 883-0770

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