DHS partners with counties, tribes, providers, consumer groups, advocacy organizations and other partners in human services to address Minnesotans' needs.
DHS 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. To help meet the needs of older Minnesotans and people with disabilities, the Continuing Care Administration manages a number of programs and services, including:
Official communication to county and tribal staff and business partners about program changes and required actions.
DHS online document repository, called eDocs, provides easy access to brochures, forms and other documents.
DHS periodically issues requests for proposals (RFPs) to invite businesses and organizations to participate in various projects and programs.
A group of stakeholders convened to identify strategies to improve services for people with disabilities, mental health issues and the elderly.
DHS licenses service providers and monitors and investigates their compliance with Minnesota laws and rules.
Access to performance measures, planning information and public reports related to programs for older adults and people with disabilities.
Information on reform activities of Medical Assistance, the states' Medicaid program.