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Children & Youth Services

Programs and Services for Children & Youth

  • Child & Teen Checkups: Child and Teen Checkups (C&TC) is the name for Minnesota's Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program. C&TC is a comprehensive child health program provided to children and teens from newborn through the age of 20 who are enrolled in Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare. Learn more about C&TC...

  • Child Care: Information for Parents seeking Child Care services, for Family Child Care Providers, and for those wanting information about the Child Care Assistance Program. Learn more about Child Care...

  • Child Foster Care: Foster Care provides a safe place to be if a child cannot live with his/her family, or on their own. Learn more about Child Foster Care...

  • Child Protection: Child Maltreatment includes physical and sexual abuse and neglect. Learn more about Child Protection...

  • Child Support: Every child needs financial and emotional support and every child has the right to support from both parents. Minnesota’s child support program benefits children by enforcing parental responsibility for their support. Learn more about Child Support...

  • Childrens Mental Health: Childrens Mental Health case management is a voluntary service, provided at the request of a family whose primary concern is the unmet mental health needs of their child. Learn more about Childrens Mental Health...

  • Developmental Disabilities: St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services provides Developmental Disabilities Services to adults and children who are eligible. The case manager determines if a person qualifies for services. A person must have a documented diagnosis of mental retardation or a related condition. Learn more about services for those with Developmental Disabilities...

  • Family Home Visiting: Visits to pregnant women, infants and children for assessment, education, support, screening and referral for linking to community resources. Learn more about Family Home Visiting...

  • Follow Along Program:  Offers free information and guidance for early childhood growth and development through the mail for families with children 0-36 months of age. Any parent who is interested can enroll their child who is under 36 months. Learn more about Follow Along...

  • Lead Poisoning Prevention: Offers case management, education, referral, and support for families who have children with lead poisoning due to exposure to lead. Learn more about Lead Poisoning Prevention...

  • Maternal Child Health Programs: The Maternal and Child Health programs strive to improve the health status of children and youth, women and their families. Learn more about the variety of Maternal Child Health Programs...

  • Nurse Family Partnership: Nurse Family Partnership is a program for women who are having their first baby. Learn more about the Nurse Family Partnership...

  • Superior Babies: Superior Babies Program provides supportive relationships to any pregnant woman with a history of substance use. Learn more about Superior Babies...

  • Women Infants and Children (WIC): WIC provides nutrition education, support for breastfeeding, and healthy foods to pregnant and breastfeeding women, and to infants and children up to age five. Learn more about Women Infants and Children (WIC)...

  • Youth Programs: Learn more about Youth Programs...