Harmony Visitation in Willmar, Minn., says it could save $29K with implementation of computer program
WILLMAR -- A new computer program is helping the Harmony Visitation Center save time and money but with the number of clients and visits increasing, finances are still tight.
Elaine Bolland, director of the center that provides a safe, neutral setting for children to visit with non-custodial parents, told the Kandiyohi County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday that from January to March there were 191 visits scheduled.
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