A documentary produced by the Minnesota Department of Human Services with Twin Cities Public Television has reached more than 100,000 views on the DHS YouTube channel. Watch the Emmy-nominated "Heroin at Home" program to learn more about the rise in opiate abuse – and what's being done about it – in Minnesota.
All MinnesotaCare and some Medical Assistance cases are due for renewal in January. You will receive a notice if you are up for renewal. You do not need to do anything until you receive this notice. It is possible your coverage will be renewed automatically and you will not need to do anything. Please see the Member services page for more information.
The DHS Dashboard website, which displays department priorities and progress toward its goals, has been updated with 18 new measures for 2014. Among highlights is the department’s work to improve access to affordable health care: the number of Minnesotans without insurance dropped by more than 180,000 since fall 2013.
Parent Aware is a free service for Minnesota parents searching for high quality child care providers and early learning programs. Find rated programs that help prepare children for kindergarten on the Parent Aware website.
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