Shelter From The Storm
A capital campaign for the expansion and renovation of Transitional Youth Service programs.
Supporting children, youth, and adults on their life's journey towards independence.
Fraser, Ltd. is the longest serving non-profit organization in North Dakota. It was established in 1893 as the Florence Crittenton Home for unwed mothers. Since its inception, Fraser, Ltd. continues to meet the needs of children, youth, and adults. Services and resources offered at Fraser, Ltd. have grown significantly to include independent living support, residential services, and day support services for people with disabilities; childcare services for children who are typically developing and children with special needs; and transitional youth services which provide skill training and basic needs resources for transition age youth (16-26).
We offer a variety of services...
We provide a safe, healthy, and inclusive learning environment in which children that are typically developing and those with special needs learn and grow together.
About Our Child Care Center:
With 25 years of experience, Fraser Child Care Center is well known and established in the Fargo/Moorhead community. A variety of engaging learning activities and fun play experiences are part of each day. Activities are planned with the age and interests of children in mind and our goal is to prepare them for their next level of learning.
Transitional Youth Services
Transitional Youth Services provides shelter, basic needs, life skills education and advocacy services for disenfranchised youth by supporting independent thought and empowering self-directed action.
Three Unique Programs
Including a drop-in center, transitional living program, and permanent supportive housing project. It is the goal of these programs to fill the need of sheltering and housing options, basic needs, life skills education and advocacy services for transitioning young adults ages 16 - 26 who are homeless or are at risk of being homeless.
Adult Services & Independent Living
Education, advocacy, and active treatment for people with intellectual disabilities by providing supportive services in a residential environment.
The goal of this program is to integrate community-based residential support, comprehensive life skills development, and volunteer opportunities for adults living with intellectual disabilities.
Independent Living Services:
Individualized programming is provided to support people with a wide variety of challenges including Prader-Willi Syndrome, Dementia, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Celiac Disease, mobility impairment, hearing loss, and vision loss.
Volunteer & Support!
Our success is due to the dedication of the individuals who unselfishly work and donate time and expertise to enable independence for the people we support.
Its all about Giving Back to our Community!
Enriching lives and building friendships is what volunteering is about. The time, talent and dedication of our volunteers contribute to our mission of supporting children, youth, and adults on their life’s journey towards independence. Volunteers make a difference by volunteering for a one-time event, an ongoing project, or sharing a special talents with us. We welcome ALL volunteers. We invite you to get involved!
of the money raised goes
directly to the individuals we support.
Financial support of Fraser, Ltd. programs assists us in supporting children, youth, and adults on their life’s journey towards independence in a variety of ways.
During the past several years Fraser, Ltd., has had our fair share of changing course in order to assist the People of Fraser to continue their journey to independence. Goals changed as workforce and supply chain issues became reality. Through the incredible work of our staff and generous donors we continue to push through the…
Here at Fraser, we draw many circles to include those perceived to be on the fringe of our society. In 1893 we began addressing the needs of young unwed mothers and their children. Eighteen years later, a building was erected with money from a 2023 Journey Special Edition 2.6
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FM Area Foundation provided funding for Transportation and Personal Care Items for At Risk Youth & Young Adults Experiencing Homelessness.
Cass County Electric Cooperative Foundation awards Fraser, Ltd.’s Skill Enhancement Training program $3,000 for operating costs associate with the daily independent living activities and therapy services.
Supporting Children, Youth, and Adults on Their Life's Journey Towards Independence.