Proud Supporter of PRC Inc.

Proud Supporter of PRC Inc.

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Quality Pork Processors is a proud supporter of the Parenting Resource Center which provides families in our community with a variety of services including education to promote healthy families and non-traditional child care services. Employees of QPP are encouraged to take advantage of preferred rates for child care services at Catherwood Child Care.

The Parenting Resource Center
www.prc-austinmn.org

The Parenting Resource Center is a non-profit organization serving Mower and Freeborn Counties in Minnesota. We serve people of any race, creed, gender, ethnic background, age income or geographic location.

The Parenting Resource Center Mission: The mission of the Parenting Resource Center, Inc, is to provide resources, services and prevention education to promote healthy, safe lifestyles for families within communities.

CATHERWOOD CHILD CARE

Catherwood Home Child Care, established in 2000, is a 16 room, 7,200 square foot home located at 707 4th St. N.W., in Austin. The home was built in the late 1800s by Sam Catherwood, a prominent attorney and the first Chairman of the Board of the Hormel Foundation. Catherwood Home was designed to provide non-traditional child care services. Parents appreciate the flexibility Catherwood can offer them when they need child care for varying days and varying daily time schedules. Transportation to and from all Austin kindergarten and elementary schools is available to the children in Catherwood care.

MICHAEL H. SEIBEL FAMILY VISITATION AND EXCHANGE CENTER

The Michael H. Seibel Family Visitation and Exchange Center is a designated facility which facilitates the exchange and visitation of children by and between custodial and non-custodial parents while monitoring and maintaining safety for all participants. The central focus is to provide supervised visitation and safe exchange services that centralize safety and provide equal regard for adult and child victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, child abuse and/or stalking.

The Seibel Center was named after the late Honorable Judge Michael H. Seibel, who was committed to ending violence against women and children. The logo, designed by Kecia Freed, represents a child in the center of the crossroads which come together at the Seibel Center under the watchfulness and safety that Judge Seibel represented both professionally and personally.