DHS partners with counties, tribes, providers, consumer groups, advocacy organizations and other partners in human services to address Minnesotans' needs.
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.
Information for fee-for-service health care providers enrolled to serve people in Minnesota Health Care Programs.
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 current versions of documents.
DHS issues requests for proposals to invite organizations to participate in projects and programs.
DHS licenses service providers and monitors and investigates their compliance with Minnesota laws and rules.
Managed care organizations contract with DHS to serve Minnesota Health Care Programs enrollees.
DHS provides state and federal funding for mental health treatment for adults and children.
DHS administers prevention and treatment programs for alcohol and drug dependency and abuse problems.