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Minnesota Department of Human Services
Due to privacy laws (see warning below), we may be able to respond better to your question by calling you. If we can reach you during business hours, you may include your name and phone number in your e-mail. We will use this information only to contact you about the e-mail you send us.
Warning about e-mail: Information sent by e-mail over the Internet is not secure and can be intercepted and read by other Internet users. The Department of Human Services (DHS) recommends that you do not use e-mail to send private or confidential data about yourself or others unless it has been encoded or encrypted. In addition, DHS will not use e-mail to transmit responses that contain private or confidential data on an individual unless we can ensure the security and integrity of the information or we have the individual's consent to transmit such unsecured data. Also note that any e-mail submitted to DHS may be forwarded internally in order to direct it to the appropriate person.
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