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Diversionary Work Program
The Diversionary Work Program (DWP) is a four-month program that helps Minnesota parents find jobs. The goal is to help parents quickly find work so that they do not need to go on the Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP). When families first apply for cash assistance, most will be enrolled in this program.
Information for program applicants and participants has moved. Please visit the MFIP and Diversionary Work Program pages at mn.gov/dhs/ under People We Serve. Update your bookmarks/favorites if necessary.
Information about program rules and regulations has not moved. Click on the link in the left navigation here for that information. Data on the program is included in many reports about the MFIP program.
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