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The Minnesota Department of Human Services is seeking applicants until July 29 for the new Opioid Epidemic Response Advisory Council.
 
A lifesaving drug that reverses the toxic effects of opioid overdoses will be available to more Minnesotans with a new round of grants announced Wednesday by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
 
The Minnesota Department of Human Services received federal approval on a waiver that will further the state’s commitment to helping Minnesotans with behavioral health and substance use disorder issues.
 
More than 16,000 Minnesota health care providers serving Minnesotans on Medicaid and MinnesotaCare will receive reports in coming weeks comparing their opioid prescribing rates to those of their peers as part of a quality improvement effort led by the Department of Human Services in collaboration with the medical community.
 
 
 

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Foster parents share joys, challenges and culturally appropriate placement of foster youth
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Curtis and Darlene Bell share their story and discuss the importance of more diversity among foster parents.
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