How to get involved in stakeholder events

The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) needs stakeholder feedback to develop and improve services. DHS also holds informational meetings about the services that are available to individuals and families.


How do you find out about stakeholder events?

You can join a stakeholder email list! You will receive an email each time there is a stakeholder event. You can sign up for the list that fits your interests.

You can join the email list and track which announcements were sent by visiting the elist announcement website.


What are some of the current announcements?

You can find a list of the announcements on the elist announcement website. Here are a few recent examples from the DSD stakeholder elist:


2/28/20 Informational meeting on March 24, 2020, about services for young people with autism 2/27/20 DHS seeks feedback on Positive Support Transition Plan documents 2/26/20 DHS launches free customized support for HCBS providers 2/20/20 DHS to host training for autism providers March 26 2/18/20 Departments of Human Services and Education seek autism focus group volunteers

How do I join?

Follow the instructions in the announcement. Some events have options for attending remotely, some events are outside of the Twin Cities area. All are open to the public! Just make sure that you read the instructions for the event that you would like to attend as this list is meant for a statewide audience. Also note that accommodations are available for any attendees with a disability, notice to the organizer may be required.


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