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Fax: 651-431-7673, Management Services Information Desk

St. Paul, MN 55164-0966 Fax: 651-431-7525, Recipient and Child Care Provider Investigations

Use this interactive map to find contact information for county emergency management agencies, as well as for county- and district-based personnel that can provide technical assistance and guidance on a variety of matters. PO Box 64998 St. Paul, MN 55164-0996 Planning for long term care between ages 40 and 60, Planning for long term care if you are between 60 and 70 years of age, Planning for long term care needs if you are over age 70. Phone: 651-431-3480 or 888-702-9968, Minnesota Restricted Recipient Program (MRRP) Phone: 651-431-4000 Fax: 651-431-7443, Continuing Care for Older Adults administration, assistant commissioner's office Find Facilities. Click on the map below for EMS coordinator technical support. St. Paul, MN 55164-0983 DHS Sites. Direct Contact Information. Phone: (08) 8413 9049. Fax: 651-431-7444, ICPC / Interstate Compact on Placement of Children Fax: 651-431-7418, Adult Protection

Fax: 651-431-2931, Ombudsman for Public Managed Health Care Programs St. Paul, MN 55164-0988 Fax: 651-431-7526, ITS/ Information and Technology Strategies - Strategic Planning (includes Director of Strategic Planning, Project Management Office and SMI/CAFÉ)

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Address and phone number information for DHS divisions A list of all DHS program contact numbers is on the DHS website. Disability Hub MN: 866-333-2466, Economic Assistance and Employment Supports Division Copyright © 2020 State of Indiana - All rights reserved. ), Health & Human Services HR Delivery Center.

Recipient Restriction Program (formerly Designated Providers Program): 800-657-3674 or 651-431-2648. Read Mayor Bowser’s Presentation on DC’s COVID-19 Situational Update: November 9.

Office of Inspector General St. Paul, MN 55164-0995 PO Box 64997

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PO Box 64238 Fax: 651-431-7453

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Phone: 651-431-2203

PO Box 64972 Facilities Email: [email protected]. Adoptions PO Box 64944 St. Paul MN 55164-0944 Phone: 651-431-4656 Fax: 651-431-7491. Check the Status of the Building Plan I Recently Filed, Apply for a Permit to Sell Fireworks in Indiana, Request a Permit to Operate an Amusement Device, Overview Administrative Law Judge and Database of Final Orders, Firefighting Personnel Standards & Education, Fire Prevention & Building Safety Commission, Division of Response and Recovery Overview, Division of Fire and Building Safety Overview, Indiana Homeland Security Foundation Scholarship Program, Emergency Medical Services Support Section, Hazardous Materials and Radiation Programs. Georgia Gateway is an eligibility determination system for a number of social benefit programs (Health Coverage, Child Care and Parent Services, Food Stamps (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Women, Infants and Children (WIC). … St. Paul MN 55164-0968 Fax: 651-431-7418, Child Care Services 

Alternate Payees must create their PIN in the DHS office.

Adult Mental Health Division PO Box 64981 St. Paul, MN 55164-0981 Phone: 651-431-2225 Fax: 651-431-7418 Job hotline/local: 651-431-3674

Note: This system is not to be used for scheduling inspections. Business hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday IDHS main office: 317-232-2222 County emergency management agencies (EMAs) and IDHS district-based personnel: See the interactive map below. Program hotline: 800-657-3761 or 651-431-2414, Housing and Support Services Division

Fax: 651-431-7500, Minnesota Family Planning Program

Fax: 651-431-7619, Reports and Forecasts Division

Hotline: 651-431-6630 or 1-855-277-5407 • Intellectual Disabilities Customer Service Line, • Regional Developmental Program Field Offices, • Regional Mental Health/Substance Abuse Field Offices, Develop a skilled workforce that meets the needs of Pennsylvania's business community, Provide universal access to high-quality early childhood education, Provide high-quality supports and protections to vulnerable Pennsylvanians. PO Box 64982 PO Box 64990 St. Paul, MN 55164-0244 1-800-692-7462 (1-800-451-5886 TDD.

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