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Office of the Ombudsperson for AMERICAN INDIAN Families

As of 2021, The Minnesota Office of Ombudsperson for AMERICAN INDIAN Families is an independent state agency, the first of its kind in The Nation.
The Ombudsperson operates independently, but in collaboration with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, who serves the American Indian Communities. The Ombudsperson works to resolve complaints from families who have been negatively impacted by child welfare social service agencies, to include out-of-home placement of American Indian children, as well as public education and housing issues as they relate to child protection cases.
Office of the Omsbudperson for American Indian Families Report 
for the period 8/3/2023 through 11/6/2023
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