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.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services strives to help people live with choices and as independently as possible for as long as possible. Our partnerships with care providers and others are essential to our success.
The strong partnership between the Minnesota Department of Human Services and counties and tribes is a key part of Minnesota’s safety net. Without county and tribal partners, many of Minnesotans most important human services could not be delivered.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services strives to support qualifying individuals and families with economic assistance, food and nutrition programs.
Providing health care is a major part of the department's mission, and our partnerships with a broad range of health care providers — from safety net providers to managed care organizations — helps make sure Minnesotans receive the care they need.
To make certain private data is released only when authorized and to provide oversight for certain research projects, the Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews and evaluates research projects.