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2006 Minnesota Statutes Index (topics)

FAMILY SERVICES

Accounting and bookkeeping

Family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23

Asian-American juvenile crime intervention and prevention grants, Minn. Statutes 2006 299A.2994

Child long-term development program, Minn. Statutes 2006 145.951 to 2006 145.957

Child welfare targeted case management, Minn. Statutes 2006 256B.094, 2006 256F.10

Collaboration

Public schools, violence prevention curriculum, Minn. Statutes 2006 120B.22

Collaboratives, see Family services collaboratives under this topic

Crisis intervention, see CRISIS INTERVENTION

Crisis nurseries, see CRISIS NURSERIES

Data

Family home visiting program, Minn. Statutes 2006 145A.17

Family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23

Demonstration centers housing multiagency collaboratives

Facilities, construction or rehabilitation grants, Minn. Statutes 2006 119A.45

Disclosure, family home visiting program data, Minn. Statutes 2006 145A.17

Early intervention services, child abuse and neglect prevention, see Prevention and treatment under CHILD ABUSE

Employee assistance services, Minn. Statutes 2006 145.56, 2006 181.980

Family community support services, see under EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDREN

Family connections program, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.26 to 2006 124D.31

Family home visiting program, Minn. Statutes 2006 145A.17

Family preservation fund grants, defined as former children's services and community services grants, Minn. Statutes 2006 256M.10

Family preservation services

American Indian child welfare projects, Minn. Statutes 2006 256.01

Child maltreatment reports, Minn. Statutes 2006 626.556

Defined as child welfare preventive services, Minn. Statutes 2006 256F.10

Indian Family Preservation Act, Minn. Statutes 2006 260.751 to 2006 260.835

Relative custody assistance program, Minn. Statutes 2006 257.85

Family reunification, see FAMILY REUNIFICATION

Family services collaboratives

Access to data, biological mothers, birth certificate data, Minn. Statutes 2006 144.225

Area learning centers, involvement with, Minn. Statutes 2006 123A.05

Contracts, Minn. Statutes 2006 256F.13, 2006 256M.60

Defined as community-based agency, Minn. Statutes 2006 626.558

Defined as municipalities, Minn. Statutes 2006 466.01

Employee exchanges, Minn. Statutes 2006 15.53

Generally, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23, 2006 256F.13

Joint powers board, Minn. Statutes 2006 471.59

Mergers, local children's mental health collaboratives, duties of other agencies, Minn. Statutes 2006 245.493

Representation, Minn. Statutes 2006 471.59, 2006 626.558

Family visitation centers, Minn. Statutes 2006 119A.37, 2006 119A.45, 2006 124D.23, 2006 517.08

Federal aid, family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 256F.13

Grants for, demonstration centers, multiagency collaboratives, construction or rehabilitation grants, Minn. Statutes 2006 119A.45

Interagency early childhood intervention, Minn. Statutes 2006 125A.023, 2006 125A.29

Juvenile offenders, work and learn facilities, Minn. Statutes 2006 242.56

Local children's mental health collaboratives, see under COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Matching funds, family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23

Parenting skill courses, see PARENTING SKILL COURSES

Placement prevention, see PLACEMENT PREVENTION

Recipients

First grade preparedness program, volunteers, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.081

Respite care, see RESPITE CARE

Support program, Minn. Statutes 2006 252.32, 2006 256.476

Technical assistance

Family home visiting program, Minn. Statutes 2006 145A.17

Tribal assistance programs and services, Minn. Statutes 2006 256.01, 2006 256.014

Volunteers, family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23

Waivers, family services collaboratives, Minn. Statutes 2006 124D.23, 2006 256F.13

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