DHS partners with counties, tribes, providers, consumer groups, advocacy organizations and other partners in human services to address Minnesotans' needs.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services works with many partners, including employers and child care providers, to help Minnesota’s children get the services they need for their healthy development.
Official communication to county and tribal staff and business partners about program changes and required actions.
Minnesota’s Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) helps make quality child care affordable for income-eligible families.
Minnesota’s child support program benefits children by enforcing parental responsibility for their support.
This tool estimates the amount of child support the court may order on a child support case.
DHs’ online document repository, called eDocs, provides easy access to current versions of brochures, forms and other documents.
DHS periodically issues requests for proposals (RFPs) to invite businesses and organizations to participate in various projects and programs.
DHS licenses service providers and monitors and investigates their compliance with Minnesota laws and rules.