Since 1878, The Family Partnership has been “clearing the path for family success,” pivoting services with courage, innovation, and leadership, such as providing counseling for LGBTQ+ individuals and families along with services for victims of sex trafficking, preeminent issues still today. Now, they also focus on reducing poverty and expanding opportunities for immigrants and families of color. Their Minnesota Family Strength Project points to communication, health, time together, spirituality, and support while strengths unique to families of color, include respect for elders, unity, traditions, and extended family. The top four stressors can benefit from design interventions that ease house cleaning: Lack of time, uncompleted chores, arguments, and household tasks undone. The new building expands educational spaces, spaces for survivors of sex trafficking, and multi-purpose community rooms.