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South Hennepin Human Services Council <br />6401 France Avenue South • Edina, Minnesota 55435 <br />Phone 920.1.194 —� <br />Serving: <br />Bloomington <br />Eden Prairie <br />Edina <br />Richfield <br />December 2, 1974 <br />Mr. Warren C. Hyde <br />City Manager <br />4801 West 50th Street <br />Edina, Minnesota 55424 <br />Dear Mr. Hyde: <br />It has been some time since we have reported the activities <br />of the South Hennepin Human Services Council to you. We <br />believe we have made some major strides in developing a <br />coordinated approach to the provision of.human services in <br />the South Hennepin area. <br />During 1974 we have shifted our focus from broad- based planning <br />to deliberately and consistently addressing the priorities we <br />established. The establishment of the South Hennepin Individual <br />and Family Counseling Service was our first accomplishment in <br />this new role. <br />The following is a resume of the other activities we have <br />pursued from May, 1974 thru October, 1974. These activities <br />involved approximately 700 individual contacts and 400 contacts <br />in a group setting. <br />1. Coordinated the first clergy training program to <br />begin in November, 1974, specifically designed for <br />the Bloomington Chaplaincy Corp. <br />2. Reviewed Outreach, Inc.'s proposal for the development <br />of a family home for the developmentally disabled; <br />appeared on their behalf at the Richfield Planning <br />Commission and City Council Hearings. <br />
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