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Director
Kent Johnson

Contact Social Services Crookston (Main Office)

Contact Income Maintenance

Contact Child Support Unit

Contact Social Services East Grand Forks

Contact Social Services Fosston

Social Service is divided into three divisions:
Human Services, Income Maintenance and Child Support.
Human Services assists county residents in the following areas:
• Child Protection matters such as intervention, prevention and resolution of child abuse and neglect
• Mental Health services such as intervention, maintenance and support of mentally ill persons
• Chemical Dependency services which include assessments, recommendations for services and support for chemically dependant persons.
• Developmentally Disabled services like assisting with maintenance and support and living arrangements
• Day Care licensing and supervision
• Foster Care licensing and supervision
• Child Care Assistance Program
• Adoption Services
• Alternative Care which includes prevention of nursing home placements by in-home service to the elderly
Income Maintenance includes Financial Assistance for families or adults who are unable to work; Emergency Assistance and Diversionary Assistance; Medical Programs and Food Benefits.
Child Support Enforcement works with parents to establish and enforce support orders. Together, they help families become and remain self-sufficient through improved child support collections. Minnesota's child support program helps children receive the financial, medical and child care support they deserve.

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