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Human Services honors outstanding refugees

The Minnesota Department of Human Services will honor seven Minnesotans with Outstanding Refugee Awards to celebrate the courage, resilience and entrepreneurship of refugees and their children, and to recognize their contributions to the state.

“Connections: Community Listening Event” seeks public comment in Marshall meeting

The Minnesota Department of Human Services wants to hear from users and providers of mental health, substance use disorder, deaf and hard of hearing and housing services on how to serve Minnesotans better at community listening sessions, including this one in Marshall, Minn. on Oct. 25, 2017.

Child Support Task Force seeks public comments

Minnesota’s child support programs serve more than 245,000 children and more than 352,000 parents. The Child Support Task Force is seeking public comments at a series of meetings around the state, including one in Mankato, Minn. on Oct. 25, 2017.

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