In addition to economic support and health care, the Minnesota Department of Human Services provides many services to help Minnesotans.
Minnesota strives to ensure safe environments and services for vulnerable adults and encourages reporting of suspected maltreatment of vulnerable adults.
This initiative aims to prepare Minnesota for the age wave of baby boomers and shift in the age of our state’s population.
DHS serves people who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened or deafblind as well as their families, providers, employers and businesses.
DHS provides residential and treatment programs for people with mental illness, developmental disabilities and other needs.
DHS helps people with gambling problems and their families connect to treatment resources.
This program coordinates services to assist refugees in making the transition to life in the United States.
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program provides comprehensive services to individuals who have been civilly committed by the courts to receive sex offender treatment.