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Impacts to Minnesota counties

Browse the interactive maps below to see how Minnesota counties compare in providing common human services programs.
Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare

Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare by county

Number of Minnesotans whose comprehensive health care coverage would be impacted by passage of the American Health Care Act or new legislation that similarly changes Medicaid.

out of home care

Out of home care

Most of the children are in out-of-home care because they have been abused and neglected, and need safe and nurturing homes until they can return safely home.

child maltreatment

Child maltreatment

With increasing child maltreatment reports — up 55 percent between 2013 and 2016 — the demands on county and tribal child protection workers have increased as well.

CCAP

Child care assistance program

Minnesota counties provide child care assistance services for almost 30,000 children in an average month. Yet, many families face barriers to accessing quality child care.

ADAD

Substance use disorder reform

DHS is working to ensure that people who need it get high quality, effective treatment as quickly as possible all across the state.

adult mental health

Adult mental health

DHS works to ensure that people can get the right mental health care at the right time in all parts of Minnesota.

childrens mental health

Children's mental health

DHS is working to ensure that children get the right care at the right time in all parts of Minnesota.

waivers

Disability waivers

Medicaid home and community-based waiver programs and Minnesota innovations are the cornerstones of success in helping people with disabilities live more successfully.

housing

Housing and homelessness

DHS helps Minnesotans avoid homelessness by assisting low income adults and seniors with disabilities.

DCT staff

Direct care and treatment staffing

About 835 full-time equivalent direct care staff work in Forensic Services in St. Peter, Minn. These dedicated staff care for nearly 350 individuals who cannot be treated anywhere else.

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