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PACT (Putting All Communities Together) for Families Collaborative is a Children’s Mental Health and Family Services collaborative, serving children and families in Kandiyohi, McLeod, Meeker, Renville, and Yellow Medicine counties and the Upper Sioux Community in west-central Minnesota. It was established as PACT 4 Families in 1993 as a four-county collaborative and became a five-county collaborative on January 1, 2011 with the addition of McLeod County.

The collaborative is a unique organization developed by its many partners to fill gaps in services and reduce duplication. Members include: county social service, public health, and corrections agencies; school districts; mental health providers; and other child-serving agencies. PACT for Families and its partners are dedicated to changing systems to be more prevention focused and family friendly. 

PACT for Families Collaborative Vision:

The PACT for Families Collaborative has a vision of healthy and safe communities where individuals, families, and children care about and support each other.