Human Services Division
The Human Services Division is comprised of programs which provide services addressing the human needs of tribal members other than educational needs. These include child welfare, elderly services, tribal employment, nutrition education and chemical dependency prevention/intervention programs.

Human Services Mission Statement
The mission of the Human Services Division of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe is to provide a circle of quality services to elders, families and children within the tribal community by promoting self-sufficiency through health, wellness, employment, education, cultural identity, advocacy and training.

Human Service Programs:
• Preamble/Code of Ethics
The Human Services staff are expected to uphold the Mission Statement and the ethics standards below in the delivery of services to clients and in all program related activities. Click here for more info
• Adult Day Services Program
The Adult Day Services Center will have its Grand Opening on September 5, 2014. Information about the services we will be offering can be found by clicking on the link above. Click here for more info
• Elder Services
The Minnesota Indian Area Agency on Aging is designated by the MN Dept. of Human Service Board on Aging, providing Title III services to elders 60 years of age and older, caregivers of elders 60+, and grandparents/relatives raising relative children. Click here for more info
• Tribal Employment Services
Our Tribal Employment Services Program operates from both Federal and State funding.  Our two funding sources are Native Employment Works (NEW) and Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP). Click here for more info
• Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Education - SNAP-Ed
The mission of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) of the Minnesota Chippewa tribe is to provide a circle of quality services to elders, families and children within the tribal community. Click here for more info
• MNSure Navigators
The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe (MCT) is pleased to announce the availability of two MNSure Outreach Specialists. The MCT Outreach Specialists are trained MNSure Navigators who are prepared to assist MCT members with the MNSure application process, and answer questions specifically related to health care for American Indians. Click here for more info
• Human Services Staff Directory
Contact information for Human Services Department. Click here for more info

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