2022 MFSRC Virtual Conference

"Bouncing Back Together"

October 3 -5, 2022

Program-at-a- Glance

Letter from the Chair:

Welcome! My name is Amy Overacker and I am the 2021-2022 Chair of the Minnesota Family Support and Recovery Counsel (MFSRC) Board.  It is my privilege to announce the 49th Annual MFSRC Training Conference.  This year the conference will be held virtually from October 3rd - 5th, 2022. The board members and volunteers have worked diligently this year to plan a dynamic and engaging training conference to benefit our membership.  We are excited to welcome back our existing membership and looking forward working with our new members this year.   Being a part of our membership is more than a once-a-year training conference.  It is the opportunity to meet and engage with our co-workers across the state of Minnesota.  Through these connections, our membership has thrived, and our state and county agencies have been united in an endeavor to promote the financial support to children and families.  This accountability has been at the forefront of our work with these families and our co-workers.  We are humbled by the chance to continue to offer trainings that assist the membership in their own personal and professional journeys.  Please review our program at-a- glance to see what sparks your interests or needs. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any board member.  We are delighted to talk about our work with this organization and assist our membership.

-Amy Overacker, MFSRC Chair

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The Minnesota Family Support and Recovery Council (MFSRC) is an association of child support and collection professionals.

The mission of the Minnesota Family Support and Recovery Council (MFSRC) is to promote the financial wellbeing of children and families, and support governmental accountability in Minnesota through training, legislative advocacy and strong partnerships with state and national stakeholders.

MFSRC provides training to child support staff, attorneys and legal staff, collection workers and others working in the support area.

annual training conference is held each fall and is a working conference with training held on current issues including legislative updates, case law, program administration, job skill enhancement, and computer skills.

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