Better Together Hennepin
Adult mentors provide comprehensive sexuality education, life skills and community service opportunities to encourage teens to postpone parenthood until they are adults. Learn more.
Criminal Justice Behavioral Health Initiative
This program provides access to coordinated behavioral health care for people in Hennepin County corrections facilities. The goal is to improve health and prevent recidivism.
An interdisciplinary team provides coordinated case management, housing and chemical dependency treatment for adults struggling with severe and chronic substance addictions. Learn more.
Early childhood screening
Hennepin County data suggests that many of our clients receiving high-cost medical and behavioral health interventions have come to the county for services from the time they were born. Early childhood screeners from the Hennepin County Public Health Department provide developmental screening to children, from birth to age 3, at many county locations where adults already go for services. Learn more.
Heading Home Hennepin
Hennepin County and the City of Minneapolis are implementing this ten-year plan to end homelessness. The plan brings together more than 120 local non-profit organizations, businesses, alliances and concerned citizens. Learn more.
Caring professionals provide treatment referrals and support for pregnant women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol to help them deliver healthy, drug-free babies and become better parents. Learn more.
Vocational Services Program
Vocational Services Program (VSP) helps people who have mental health or chemical health problems find and keep jobs in the community. VSP stays connected and provides ongoing support to help the person adjust to working, learn job retention skills, and advance in their career.