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Meeting set for parents of youth with autism

Parents of children or young adults under age 21 with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a related condition are invited to a parents meeting hosted by the Minnesota Department of Human Services from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, April 21, at the Brooklyn Park Public Library, 8500 W. Broadway, Brooklyn Park.

Projects aim to improve quality of life for residents in Minnesota nursing homes

Nursing homes throughout Minnesota are launching a variety of initiatives to improve their quality of care for residents thanks to more than $6.7 million in funding through a Minnesota Department of Human Services program. 

Investment in statewide network of community behavioral health hospitals is starting to pay dividends

An effort to increase treatment capacity at Minnesota’s state-run mental health hospitals is already having positive effects in the regions they serve, said Human Services Commissioner Emily Piper, but those gains are being threatened by proposals being considered by the Minnesota Legislature.

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Help keep vulnerable adults safe. Report any suspected adult maltreatment by calling the Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center statewide toll-free number, 1-844-880-1574.

Medica questions?

Beginning this spring Medica will no longer provide some types of health care coverage through the State of Minnesota. If you are a Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare member and have Medica, you will need to change your health plan. You will get a notice in the mail in late February explaining how to change health plans. See the 2017 Special Enrollment Period website for more information.

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