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Substance use disorder reform

The Minnesota Department of Human Services is working with individuals, providers, counties and stakeholders to update our substance use disorder treatment system. Creating a person-centered recovery-oriented system of care in Minnesota that expands and enhances services available is critical. Find out more

New report: most chemical dependency programing saves money and is effective

A new report finds that most chemical dependency programs reduce substance use and improves health, while saving the state money through lower health care costs, reduced crime, more tax revenue from earnings, and fewer deaths. Find out more

Connections: Community Listening Event

The Department of Human Services is holding listening sessions for people receiving services and providers of services for:

  • Prevention, treatment and recovery from addictions and mental illness
  • The deaf and hard of hearing communities, and
  • Housing services
The Minnesota Department of Human Services invites you to come and talk about the services people need and gaps in those services that need to be filled. More information
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