Keeping Minnesotans healthy is an important aim of the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Preventing illness and disease keeps people working and saves the state precious resources. DHS offers programs that provide care for both the physical and mental well-being of qualifying Minnesotans so they can stay out of the hospital and pursuing their highest potential.
Preventive care and disease management keeps people healthy and saves the state precious resources. DHS offers programs that provide care for the well-being of eligible Minnesotans.
The HIV/AIDS Unit manages programs that support people living with HIV/AIDS to access medication therapy and medical care.
Attending to mental health is just as important as maintaining physical health. DHS works to ensure effective and accessible mental health services and supports for adults.
Some people enrolled in Minnesota Health Care Programs have monthly payments for their coverage. Many of these payments can be made online through the Web Payments site.
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division administers prevention and treatment programs addressing alcohol and other drug dependency and abuse problems.