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Children's mental health: program overviews

The Behavioral Health Division works with partners and providers to ensure that programs and services are available throughout Minnesota. Many children have mental health issues that can seriously affect areas of their lives and may require services ranging from prevention to crisis response and stabilization. Partners include counties, providers and tribes delivering services so that children and youth with mental health needs can develop and function as fully as possible in all areas of their lives.

For more information about children’s mental health and how to get services, visit our people we serve page.

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COVID-19 pandemic information

For the latest news about the pandemic and information from children’s mental health for our partners and providers, visit information about COVID-19.

For updates related to agency-wide DHS programs, visit the DHS homepage. It has information for providers, counties, tribal nations and members of the public as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. There you can also sign up for COVID-19 DHS emails.

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