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Adult Services Programs | Content Page

Adult Protection Services Find the adult protective services provided by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Developmental Disabilities & Related Conditions Discover the roles and responsibilities of the developmental disabilities case management services. Disability Services Browse through the Minnesota Department of Human Services resources and services for people with disabilities. Information & Referral Services Learn...

Children’s Mental Health Services | Content Page

Children’s Mental Health Services Goal of Services Case management services are available to families with children experiencing severe emotional disturbances. This service helps families identify and coordinate mental health services for children and their families. Services are provided in collaboration with community resources (i.e. schools, day treatment facilities and mental health service providers). Our services...

Adult Protection Services | Content Page

older who is a: ◦ Resident or inpatient of a facility, regulated by the State of Minnesota, or ◦ Receives services from a facility, regulated by the State of Minnesota, or ◦ Recipient of home care services regulated by the State of Minnesota. Functional Vulnerable Adult: ◦ A person 18 years of age or older...

Community Services | Department

The Otter Tail County, Minnesota Community Services Division is made up of the following departments and functions: Human Services The Human Services Department Provides an array of financial and social services to families and individuals to help maintain or enhance the quality of life. Probation Otter Tail County Probation provides probation and parole services to...

Mental Health Services | Content Page

individuals maintain high level of independence in the community through various services. Children’s Mental Health Services Discover the various services available for families and children needing mental health assistance. Information & Referral Services Learn basic information and the role of social workers in referral services. Mental Health Resources & Programs View the mental health services...

Minor Parent Services | Content Page

Minor Parents Services Overview of Services Minor parents services are administered by county social services, with supervision provided by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The state administers funding in addition to providing consultation and technical assistance to counties and other agencies serving minor parents. The Minor Parent Program at the Minnesota Department of Human...

Long Term Care Services and Supports | Content Page

Long Term Care Services and Supports The MnCHOICES Assessment is used for the general population for determination of eligibility for waiver and home and community based services. It assesses general health, the person’s ability to take care of routine daily tasks, and any help they may receive from family and friends. The MnCHOICES Assessment assists

Information and Referral Services | Content Page

workers answer phone calls and meets with the general public to provide information regarding any and /or all services available to address identified needs. Referrals may be made to outside agencies, if appropriate. Individuals with questions about community resources or needing agency services may contact an intake worker by telephone or in person. Social Workers

Information & Referral Services | Content Page

workers answer phone calls and meets with the general public to provide information regarding any and /or all services available to address identified needs. Referrals may be made to outside agencies, if appropriate. Individuals with questions about community resources or needing agency services may contact an intake worker by telephone or in person. Social Workers

Information & Referral Services | Content Page

workers answer phone calls and meets with the general public to provide information regarding any and /or all services available to address identified needs. Referrals may be made to outside agencies, if appropriate. Individuals with questions about community resources or needing agency services may contact an intake worker by telephone or in person. Social Workers

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