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Minnesota celebrates adoption and kinship care
Minnesota is marking Adoption from Foster Care Awareness Month this November with a focus on keeping families together whenever possible and, when necessary, seeking adoptive families.

Community-led initiatives nurture maternal health in American Indian and African American communities
A roundtable discussion Friday, Oct. 7, at the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center spotlighted vital work to support healthy pregnancies and improve birth outcomes in American Indian and African American communities.

New managed care contracts will serve 600,000
On Wednesday, Oct. 5, the Minnesota Department of Human Services finalized managed care contracts for families and children in 80 Greater Minnesota counties and for older adults and adults with disabilities statewide.

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vaccine-connector-get-connected-square-3-600x600Vaccine Connector

The Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine Connector is a tool that helps Minnesotans find out when, where, and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine. After you fill out a simple form, the Vaccine Connector will alert you when you are eligible to receive a vaccine, connect you to resources to schedule a vaccine appointment and notify you if there are vaccine opportunities in your area.

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IRS form 1095-B for 2021 is available upon request

DHS will mail the form only when requested by Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare enrollees. We will not automatically send the form out. Follow the instructions on this webpage to request your form 1095-B.


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