Children's Mental Health and Family Services Collaboratives
In 1993, the Minnesota Legislature established Children's Mental Health Collaboratives in recognition that children often require services from multiple service systems. There are currently 90 Children’s Mental Health and Family Services Collaboratives in Minnesota.
A Roadmap to Behavioral Health provides information about mental health and substance use disorder services, including definitions of behavioral health terms and guidance on how to find a behavioral health services provider, receive treatment, and obtain follow-up care.
Links to county web sites with contact, resources and services information
Help Me Grow
Provides resources for families about the development of young children for parents and professionals which include information on developmental milestones, videos, caregiver strategies to support development, screening and evaluation, and how to talk about developmental concerns.
Local Mental Health Advisory Councils
Information about county local mental health advisory councils designed to involve consumers, families, providers, and public policy makers in improving local mental health services
Office of Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities (OMHDD)
Promotes the highest attainable standards of treatment, competence, efficiency, and justice for persons receiving services for mental illness, developmental disabilities, chemical dependency, or emotional disturbance in children by receiving and investigating complaints against government agencies and/or officials
Special Education Programs
Provides resources to guide parents and educators through specialized instruction process for students with disabilities
Tribal Web Sites
Links to web sites with contact, resources and services information for tribal communities