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The Adolescent Services Program at the Minnesota Department of Human Services provides federal funding, training and technical assistance to Minnesota communities to support and develop services and programs for youth.
Youth who are currently or were formerly in foster care, or youth who are minor parents, can take advantage of services directed at increasing their ability to live independently. The services can help youth complete their education, participate in job skills training and find employment.
County and tribal social services agencies and a statewide network of non-profit agencies with experienced, trained social workers and youth workers deliver these services throughout the state.
Basic information about each of these programs, written for youth and their foster parents, is also available in the People We Serve section of our website.
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