News and Events
Get your tickets to the Shine On After Party
Our Make Them Shine gala is sold out, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the fun: you can still attend our Shine On After Party on March 11 from 9:30 - midnight. Strike a pose on the red carpet, hit the photo booth, dance to live music and purchase spin-to-win tickets for your chance to win amazing prizes. Don't miss out on this incredible night -- learn more and buy tickets today!
Enrollment for summer 2017 and school year 2017-2018 is here! New families are now able to enroll on our website. Read about our programs and philosophy at our preschool page and learn why you and your family belong here. Welcome to St. David's Center!
8 indoor activities to beat cabin fever
Between sub-zero temperatures and ice-coated streets, winter -- especially in Minnesota -- can be a challenging time for parents of young children. Here are some ideas from our teachers and therapists to keep kids occupied indoors.
Immediate daytime openings in occupational therapy!
St. David’s Center opened new, state-of-the-art occupational therapy gyms this spring, including our Super Gym, which enables us to serve children up to age 13. The addition increases our total number of treatment spaces to 11, and allows us to work with even more children and keep wait lists shorter. Because of this expansion, we now have immediate openings in occupational therapy for appointments between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday-Friday.
St. David's Center to become on-site community partner in new wing of Westminster Presbyterian Church
Westminster Presbyterian Church leadership has approved St. David's Center as the on-site, direct service mission partner in the new wing of the church currently under construction on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. The newly named Center for Child and Family Wellbeing at Westminster will primarily serve children birth to age five who have experienced trauma. Services will include an infant team to assess and treat families with children in out-of-home placement, children's mental health and pediatric therapies. It will also house a graduate training program for students in the mental health field and be the new home for St. David's Center's autism day treatment program for East African children. It is scheduled to open in spring 2018. Read the press release.