Gov. Mark Dayton proclaimed May as Mental Health Month in Minnesota to recognize and support the hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans with mental illness and their families. With early and effective treatment, people with mental illness can recover and lead full, productive lives. More information is in a news release.
Too many of Minnesota's children are not prepared for kindergarten. Parent Aware gives you the tools and information to find the best quality child care and early education for your child. Search more than 12,000 programs by quality rating, location, schedule and more on the website.
May is Foster Care Month. Foster parents are as diverse as the children they care for. A foster parent may be single or married, have children or not have children, rent or own their home. What they share is a concern for children and a commitment to help them through tough times. Learn more about foster care.
Notices are coming to many Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare enrollees. Yours may say coverage was renewed automatically; you don’t have to do anything unless you have a change to report. Or you may have to return a form within 30 days to keep your coverage. Or you may need to renew your coverage in MNsure. See the Member services page for more information.
Fraud costs all of us. Help stop provider and public assistance fraud.
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The terminology used to describe people with disabilities has changed over time. The Minnesota Department of Human Services ("Department") supports the use of "People First" language. Although outmoded and offensive terms might be found within documents on the Department's website, the Department does not endorse these terms.