0002.05 - GLOSSARY: ASSISTANCE STANDARD... 0002.17 - GLOSSARY: DISPLACED HOMEMAKER... 0002.41 - GLOSSARY: MEDICALLY NECESSARY... 0003 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS, 0003.03 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES - GENERAL, 0003.06 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES - QUALITY CONTROL, 0003.09.03 - CLIENT RIGHTS - CIVIL RIGHTS, 0003.09.06 - CLIENT RIGHTS - DATA PRIVACY PRACTICES, 0003.09.09 - CLIENT RIGHTS, PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL DATA, 0003.09.12 - CLIENT RIGHTS - LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY, 0004.01 - EMERGENCIES - PROGRAM PROVISIONS, 0004.03 - EMERGENCY AID ELIGIBILITY - CASH ASSISTANCE, 0004.04 - EMERGENCY AID ELIGIBILITY--SNAP/EXPEDITED FOOD, 0004.06 - EMERGENCIES - 1ST MONTH PROCESSING, 0004.09 - EMERGENCIES - 2ND AND 3RD MONTH PROCESSING, 0004.12 - VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMERGENCY AID, 0004.15 - EMERGENCIES - POSTPONED VERIFICATION NOTICE, 0004.18 - DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF EMERGENCY AID, 0004.48 - DESTITUTE UNITS--MIGRANT/SEASONAL FARMWORKER, 0004.51 - DESTITUTE UNITS, ELIGIBILITY AND BENEFITS, 0005.06.03 - WHO CAN/CANNOT BE AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES, 0005.06.06 - DISQUALIFYING AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES, 0005.09 - COMBINED APPLICATION FORM (CAF), 0005.09.03 - WHEN PEOPLE MUST COMPLETE AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.06 - WHEN NOT TO REQUIRE COMPLETION OF AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.09 - WHEN TO USE AN ADDENDUM TO AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.15 - EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE AND APPLICATIONS, 0005.10 - MINNESOTA TRANSITION APPLICATION FORM (MTAF), 0005.12 - ACCEPTING AND PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, 0005.12.03 - WHAT IS A COMPLETE APPLICATION, 0005.12.12.01 - FORMS/HANDOUTS FOR APPLICANTS, 0005.12.12.06 - ORIENTATION TO FINANCIAL SERVICES, 0005.12.12.09 - FAMILY VIOLENCE PROVISIONS/REFERRALS, 0005.12.15 - APPLICATION PROCESSING STANDARDS, 0005.12.15.01 - PROCESSING SNAP APPLICATION NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATION, 0005.12.15.03 - DELAYS IN PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, 0005.12.15.06 - DETERMINING WHO CAUSED THE DELAY, 0005.12.15.09 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE APPLICANT HOUSEHOLD, 0005.12.15.12 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE AGENCY, 0005.12.15.15 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE AGENCY AND APPLICANT, 0005.12.21 - REINSTATING A WITHDRAWN APPLICATION, 06 - DETERMINING FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006 - DETERMINING FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006.06 - MOVING BETWEEN COUNTIES - PARTICIPANTS, 0006.09 - MOVING BETWEEN COUNTIES - MINOR CHILDREN, 0006.12 - ASSISTANCE TERMINATED WITHIN LAST 30 DAYS, 0006.15 - MULTIPLE COUNTY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006.18 - EXCLUDED TIME FACILITIES AND SERVICES, 0006.21 - TRANSFERRING RESPONSIBILITY - OLD COUNTY, 0006.24 - TRANSFERRING RESPONSIBILITY - NEW COUNTY, 0006.27 - COUNTY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISPUTES, 0006.30 - STATE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISPUTES, 0007.03.01 - MONTHLY REPORTING - UNCLE HARRY FS, 0007.03.04 - SIX-MONTH REPORTING DEADLINES, 0007.03.07 - PROCESSING A LATE COMBINED SIX-MONTH REPORT, 0007.12 - AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CLIENT REPORTING, 0007.15 - UNSCHEDULED REPORTING OF CHANGES - CASH, 0007.15.03 - UNSCHEDULED REPORTING OF CHANGES - SNAP, 0008.03 - CHANGES - OBTAINING INFORMATION, 0008.06 - IMPLEMENTING CHANGES - GENERAL PROVISIONS, 0008.06.01 - IMPLEMENTING CHANGES - PROGRAM PROVISIONS, 0008.06.03 - CHANGE IN BASIS OF ELIGIBILITY, 0008.06.06 - ADDING A PERSON TO THE UNIT - CASH, 0008.06.07 - ADDING A PERSON TO THE UNIT - SNAP, 0008.06.09 - REMOVING A PERSON FROM THE UNIT, 0008.06.12.09 - CONVERTING A PREGNANT WOMAN CASE, 0008.06.15 - REMOVING OR RECALCULATING INCOME, 0008.06.21 - CHANGE IN COUNTY OF RESIDENCE, 0008.06.24 - DWP CONVERSION OR REFERRAL TO MFIP, 0009.03 - LENGTH OF RECERTIFICATION PERIODS, 0009.03.03 - WHEN TO ADJUST THE LENGTH OF CERTIFICATION, 0009.06.03 - RECERTIFICATION PROCESSING STANDARDS, 0009.06.03.03 - PROCESSING SNAP RECERTIFICATION NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATION, 0010.03 - VERIFICATION - COOPERATION AND CONSENT, 0010.06 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION - DOCUMENTS, 0010.09 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION, COLLATERAL CONTACTS, 0010.12 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION - HOME VISITS, 0010.15 - VERIFICATION - INCONSISTENT INFORMATION, 0010.18.01 - MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - CASH ASSISTANCE, 0010.18.02 - MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - SNAP, 0010.18.02.03 - NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - SNAP, 0010.18.03 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS, 0010.18.03.03 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS - NEWBORNS, 0010.18.05 - VERIFYING DISABILITY/INCAPACITY - CASH, 0010.18.06 - VERIFYING DISABILITY/INCAPACITY - SNAP, 0010.18.08 - VERIFYING STATE RESIDENCE - CASH, 0010.18.09 - VERIFYING SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME, 0010.18.11 - VERIFYING CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION STATUS, 0010.18.11.03 - SYSTEMATIC ALIEN VERIFICATION (SAVE), 0010.18.12 - VERIFYING LAWFUL TEMPORARY RESIDENCE, 0010.18.15 - VERIFYING LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENCE, 0010.18.15.03 - LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT: USCIS CLASS CODES, 0010.18.15.06 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY CREDITS, 0010.18.18 - VERIFYING SPONSOR INFORMATION, 0010.18.21 - IDENTIFY NON-IMMIGRANT OR UNDOCUMENTED PEOPLE, 0010.18.21.03 - NON-IMMIGRANT PEOPLE: USCIS CLASS CODES, 0010.18.30 - VERIFYING STUDENT INCOME AND EXPENSES, 0010.24 - INCOME AND ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION SYSTEM, 0010.24.03 - IEVS MATCH TYPE AND FREQUENCY, 0010.24.09 - PROCESSING IEVS MATCHES TIMELY, 0010.24.12 - DETERMINING IEVS EFFECT ON ELIGIBILITY, 0010.24.15 - RECORDING IEVS RESOLUTION FINDINGS, 0010.24.18 - CLIENT COOPERATION WITH IEVS, 0010.24.21 - IEVS SAFEGUARDING RESPONSIBILITIES, 0010.24.24 - IEVS NON-DISCLOSURE AND EMPLOYEE AWARENESS, 0011.03 - CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION STATUS, 0011.03.03 - NON-CITIZENS - MFIP/DWP CASH, 0011.03.06 - NON-CITIZENS - MFIP FOOD PORTION, 0011.03.09 - NON-CITIZENS - SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH, 0011.03.12 - NON-CITIZENS - LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS, 0011.03.12.03 - NON-CITIZENS - ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS, 0011.03.15 - NON-CITIZENS - LPR WITH SPONSORS, 0011.03.17 - NON-CITIZENS - PUBLIC CHARGE, 0011.03.18 - NON-CITIZENS - PEOPLE FLEEING PERSECUTION, 0011.03.21 - NON-CITIZENS - VICTIMS OF BATTERY/CRUELTY, 0011.03.24 - NON-CITIZENS - LAWFULLY RESIDING PEOPLE, 0011.03.27 - UNDOCUMENTED AND NON-IMMIGRANT PEOPLE, 0011.03.27.03 - PROTOCOLS FOR REPORTING UNDOCUMENTED PEOPLE, 0011.03.30 - NON-CITIZENS - TRAFFICKING VICTIMS, 0011.03.33 - NON-CITIZENS - IMMIGRATION COURT ORDERS, 0011.06.03 - STATE RESIDENCE - EXCLUDED TIME, 0011.06.06 - STATE RESIDENCE - INTERSTATE PLACEMENTS, 0011.06.09 - STATE RESIDENCE - 30-DAY REQUIREMENT, 0011.12.01 - DRUG ADDICTION OR ALCOHOL TREATMENT FACILITY, 0011.12.03 - UNDER CONTROL OF THE PENAL SYSTEM, 0011.30.06 - 180 TO 60 DAYS BEFORE MFIP CLOSES, 0011.33.02 - MFIP HARDSHIP EXTENSIONS - REMOVING 1 PARENT, 0011.33.03 - MFIP EMPLOYED EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0011.33.03.03 - LIMITED WORK DUE TO ILLNESS/DISABILITY, 0011.33.06 - MFIP HARD TO EMPLOY EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0011.33.09 - MFIP ILL/INCAPACITATED EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0012.06 - REQUIREMENTS FOR CAREGIVERS UNDER 20, 0012.12.03 - INTERIM ASSISTANCE AGREEMENTS, 0012.12.06 - SPECIAL SERVICES - APPLYING FOR SOCIAL SECURITY, 0012.15 - INCAPACITY AND DISABILITY DETERMINATIONS, 0012.15.03 - MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT NOT EXPECTED (MINE) LIST, 0012.15.06 - STATE MEDICAL REVIEW TEAM (SMRT), 0012.15.06.03 - SMRT - SPECIFIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, 0012.21 - RESPONSIBLE RELATIVES NOT IN THE HOME, 0012.21.03 - SUPPORT FROM NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTS, 0012.21.06 - CHILD SUPPORT GOOD CAUSE EXEMPTIONS, 0013.03.03 - PREGNANT WOMAN BASIS - MFIP/DWP, 0013.03.06 - MFIP BASIS - STATE-FUNDED CASH PORTION, 0013.06 - SNAP CATEGORICAL ELIGIBILITY/INELIGIBILITY, 0013.09.09 - MSA BASIS - DISABLED AGE 18 AND OLDER, 0013.15.03 - GA BASIS - PERMANENT ILLNESS, 0013.15.06 - GA BASIS - TEMPORARY ILLNESS, 0013.15.09 - GA BASIS - CARING FOR ANOTHER PERSON, 0013.15.12 - GA BASIS - PLACEMENT IN A FACILITY, 0013.15.27 - GA BASIS, SSD/SSI APPLICATION/APPEAL PENDING, 0013.15.33 - GA BASIS - DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS, 0013.15.39 - GA BASIS - PERFORMING COURT ORDERED SERVICES, 0013.15.42 - GA BASIS - LEARNING DISABLED, 0013.15.48 - GA BASIS - ENGLISH NOT PRIMARY LANGUAGE, 0013.15.51 - GA BASIS - PEOPLE UNDER AGE 18, 0013.15.54 - GA BASIS - DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION, 0013.18.09 - GRH BASIS - DISABLED AGE 18 AND OLDER, 0013.18.12 - GRH BASIS - REQUIRES SERVICE IN RESIDENCE, 0013.18.15 - GRH BASIS - PERMANENT ILLNESS, 0013.18.18 - GRH BASIS - TEMPORARY ILLNESS, 0013.18.27 - GRH BASIS - SSD/SSI APPL/APPEAL PEND, 0013.18.33 - GRH BASIS - LEARNING DISABLED, 0013.18.36 - GRH BASIS - DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION, 0013.18.39 - GRH BASIS - TRANSITION FROM RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT, 0014.03 - DETERMINING THE ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.03.03 - DETERMINING THE CASH ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.03.03.03 - OPTING OUT OF MFIP CASH PORTION, 0014.06 - WHO MUST BE EXCLUDED FROM ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.09 - ASSISTANCE UNITS - TEMPORARY ABSENCE, 0014.12 - UNITS FOR PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE RESIDENCES, 0015.06.03 - AVAILABILITY OF ASSETS WITH MULTIPLE OWNERS, 0015.30 - ASSETS - PAYMENTS UNDER FEDERAL LAW, 0015.48.03 - WHOSE ASSETS TO CONSIDER - SPONSORS W/I-864, 0015.48.06 - WHOSE ASSETS TO CONSIDER - SPONSORS W/I-134, 0015.63 - EVALUATION OF PENSION AND RETIREMENT PLANS, 0015.69.03 - ASSET TRANSFERS FROM SPOUSE TO SPOUSE, 0015.69.09 - IMPROPER TRANSFER INELIGIBILITY, 0015.69.12 - IMPROPER TRANSFERS - ONSET OF INELIGIBILITY, 0016 - INCOME FROM PEOPLE NOT IN THE UNIT, 0016.03 - INCOME FROM DISQUALIFIED UNIT MEMBERS, 0016.06 - INCOME FROM INELIGIBLE SPOUSE OF UNIT MEMBER, 0016.09 - INCOME FROM INELIGIBLE STEPPARENTS, 0016.12 - INCOME FROM PARENTS OF ADULT GA CHILDREN, 0016.18 - INCOME OF INEL. But for MFIP cash benefits, GA, and MSA, the law says you only have to pay back an overpayment caused by the county agency's mistake if Minnesota DHS decides that a reasonable person would know that there was a mistake. Can a relative caring for a child get foster care benefits instead of MFIP? Participants must have lived in Minnesota for at least 30 days, be unable to work for at least 45 days, have little or no income or other resources, do not currently receive Supplemental Security Income, and do not have a minor, dependent child living in the household. 0026.30 - NOTICE, DISQUALIFICATION OF AUTHORIZED REP. 0026.33 - NOTICE, DENYING GOOD CAUSE FOR IV-D NON-COOP, 0026.39 - NOTICE OF OVERPAYMENT AND RECOUPMENT, 0026.42 - NOTICE OF INCOMPLETE OR MISSING REPORT FORM, 0026.51 - NOTICES - CHEMICAL USE ASSESSMENT, 0027.12.03 - APPEAL HEARING EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT, 0028.03 - COUNTY AGENCY EMPL. DB101 Minnesota - Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP): The Details Contact the county office where you live for more information. The MFIP cash grant includes both cash and food benefits. Also see 0025.09 (Correcting Underpayments). Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) is the state’s primary program for helping low-income families with children move out of poverty through work. The Disability Linkage Line (DLL) is now Disability Hub MN The phone number remains the same: 1-866-333-2466. 256J.625 [Repealed, 1Sp2003 c 14 art 1 s 107] 256J.626: MFIP CONSOLIDATED FUND. Most families have a lifetime limit of 60 months on MFIP. You are better off working when you are on MFIP. MFIP is the state’s response to the 1996 federal welfare reform law, which replaced the Aid to Families with Dependent Children Daily benefits issued to an ongoing direct deposit case are available 2 banking days after the issuance. The Minnesota Family Investment Program, or MFIP, is the State’s public assistance reform program for low-income families with children. Benefits change depending on your income. MFIP, General Assistance, Minnesota Supplement Assistance and GRH: Individuals identified in subdivision 2 must be included in the MFIP assistance unit. DHS will mail monthly warrants in time for postal delivery no later than the 1st day of each month. Problem gambling State-approved gambling treatment providers, Resettlement Programs Office Agency Contract List, Child care assistance for MFIP and DWP families, Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP), Contact numbers for children's dental care, Children's mental health education, prevention and support, Children's mental health eradicating stigma, Children's mental health MHCP Family Psychoeducation FAQs, Children's mental health home and community services, Children's mental health identifying and intervening early, Children's mental health identifying mental health concerns, Children's mental health improving quality, Children's mental health increasing access to services, Children's mental health inpatient and residential services, Children's mental health integrating services, Children's mental health other DHS programs, Children's mental health preventing suicide, Children's mental health reducing disparities, Children's mental health youth ACT Providers, Children's mental health crisis response phone numbers, Children's mental health publication and reports, Dental authorization - Program HH criteria, Frequently asked questions about the Program HH insurance program, Frequently asked questions about the mental health program, Frequently asked questions about nutrition, Agencies offering Healthy Transition to Adulthood, Minnesota Youth in Transition Database (MNYTD), What is Considered Abuse and Neglect in Minnesota, Direct deposit to a checking or savings account, Genetic testing to determine the biological father, Get up to date payment and case information, The basics about child support and services available, Unreimbursed and uninsured medical expenses, When a mother is married to someone other than the biological father, Child support and COVID-19 stimulus payments, Health care coverage for adults who have a disability or are blind, Health care coverage for children under 21 who have a disability or are blind, Medical Assistance for Employed Persons with Disabilities (MA EPD) premiums, Medical Assistance for Employed Persons with Disabilities (MA-EPD), Medical Assistance under the TEFRA option for children with disabilities, Parental fees for children on Medical Assistance, Programs for people who need help with Medicare costs, Renewing eligibility and reporting changes for health care programs, Special Needs BasicCare for people with disabilities, Children's mental health MHCP Family Psychoeducation: FAQs, Childrens mental health publication and reports, CDCS and CSG fiscal changes frequently asked questions, Community Access for Disability Inclusion Waiver, Enhanced rates or budgets and training stipends for support workers, Intermediate Care Facilities for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Medical Assistance for Employed Persons with Disabilities, Advocacy and general disability related information, Health care coverage for people who are age 65 or older, Minnesota Senior Health Options: One member's story, Adult mental health crisis contact information, Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center public service announcement, Problem gambling common phases of problem gambling, Safe Place for Newborns resources for partners, Social Security Advocacy and the SOAR program, Social Security Benefits Advocacy and SOAR, Person-Centered, Informed Choice and Transition protocol, Frequently asked questions about formal person-centered planning, Memorable Celebrations during a Pandemic: A Tool to Guide Informed Choice, Overview for Testing Syntax for TPL Data Elements and MCO Paid Dates, MCO contract information, forms and resources, MCO incentive and withholds specifications, MinnesotaCare expanded eligibility for certain populations, Reporting behavior intervention incidents, Actiq-Abstral-Fentora-Lazanda-Onsolis-Subsys, Basal insulin and GLP-1 receptor agonist combination, Buprenorphine with naloxone and Buprenorphine, Buprenorphine Transdermal Patch and Buccal Film, Carisoprodol and Carisoprodol combinations, Long-Acting Muscarinic Antagonists (LAMAs), New Drugs and New or Nonpreferred Dosage Forms, MHCP Policy and PA Criteria for Synagis (palivizumab), Antipsychotic and ADHD drugs for children, PCA Choice and fiscal support entities information, Payment methodology for critical access hospitals, Payment methodology for inpatient hospitals, Temporary coverage of telemedicine visits for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health providers, Adult rehabilitative mental health services, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Certified Providers, Individual placement and support services, Employment individual placement and support services supported employment (IPS-SE) providers, Pre-admission screening and resident review, certified community behavioral health clinics, CCBHC Designated Collaborating Organizations (DCO) Requirements, CCBHC Prospective Payment System (PPS) FAQ, CCBHC Prospective Payment System (PPS) Methodology, Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS), Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports FAQ, Collaborative psychiatric consultation service, DC:0-5: Diagnostic Assessment for Young Children, Early childhood mental health system of care, Intensive Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (IRMHS), Intensive Treatment in Foster Care (ITFC), Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities, List of Professionals Qualified to Provide Treatment Services, Legal nonlicensed provider annual monitoring, Culturally Specific Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services, Disability Waiver Rates System (DWRS) cost reporting tool manual, BHH services information for individuals and their families, Frequently asked questions for certified BHH services providers, Forms and resources for certified BHH services providers, Certification process for providers to offer BHH services, Best Practices: Care Coordination Conference 2014, Integrated Care for High Risk Pregnancies, Minnesota Promoting Interoperability Program (MPIP), Managed care: Quality, outcomes and performance measures, Minnesota's Medicaid Services Advisory Committee, Special Needs Purchasing stakeholder meetings, Alcohol, drug and other addictions dashboard, Problem Gambling Treatment Provider Request for Proposal (RFP) Timeline, State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis grants, Direct Access: Frequently Asked Questions, Increases in children in out-of-home care dashboard, Indian child welfare news, reports, work groups, Economic supports, cash, food news reports, Refugee resettlement news, reports, work groups, Behavioral Health Workforce Capacity Grants, Community Competency Restoration Task Force, Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program, Resources for communities affected by racial trauma, Long-term services and supports state-established rates, Home and Community Based Services Rule transition plan, HCBS settings rule rights modification FAQ, Disability waiver rate setting frameworks, 2019 Disability waiver rate-setting frameworks, 2020 Disability waiver rate-setting frameworks, January 2018 disability waiver rate-setting frameworks, July 2018 Disability waiver rate-setting frameworks, Provider requirements for competitive workforce factor distribution reports, Frequently asked questions about DWRS cost reporting, ASD Strategies in Action online training FAQ, Employment services authorization sample workflow, Instructions for the employment services revenue estimator tool, Waiver Review Initiative reports 2012- 2015, Waiver Review Initiative reports 2015-present, Public planning and performance reporting, Home and community based services reports, Developmental disabilities: Average LTC spending, Developmental disabilities: earning more than 250, Developmental disabilities: high needs at home, Developmental disabilities: intermediate care facilities, Developmental disabilities: low needs in residential settings, Developmental disabilities: monthly earnings, Developmental disabilities: waiver at home, People with disabilities: Disabilities with HCBS, People with disabilities: Disability percent of LTC spending, People with disabilities: Disability waiver high needs, People with disabilities: People on disability waiver at home, People with disabilities: People with disabilities and monthly earnings, People with disabilities: People with disabilities earning more than 250, People with disabilities: People with high needs who receive services at home, People with disabilities: Percent of average LTC spending, People with disabilities: Percent of people served in residential setting with low needs, Seniors: Elderly low needs in residential settings, Seniors: On Elderly Waiver and recommend their paid staff to others, Seniors: Percent of LTC spending for elders, Seniors: Percent of people with high needs who receive services at home, Seniors: Recipients who received a paid service to support their caregiver, Waiver review follow up cases corrected after issuance of corrective actions, Waiver review follow up recommendations implemented, Long-term Services and Supports dashboard, Instructions to apply temporary 8.4 percent COVID-19 rate increase for PCA participants, Support Planning Professionals Learning Community, Remote services allowed in CDCS duringCOVID-19 emergency, Frequently asked questions about maintaining HCBS eligibility under COVID-19 requirements, Frequently asked questions about the temporary 8.4 percent rate/budget increase during COVID-19, Instructions to apply temporary COVID-19 budget increase for CDCS and CSG, Adult Day Services Standards Improvement Project, Housing Stabilization Services Resources and MN–ITS Training, Housing Support Supplemental Services Resources and MN–ITS Training, IEP MN–ITS usage and remittance advice training, Mental Health Resources and MN–ITS Training, Minnesota Provider Screening and Enrollment (MPSE) portal training, Minnesota Provider Screening and Enrollment Portal (MPSE) Training for Housing Stabilization Services, Nursing Facilities Resources and MN–ITS Training, PCA Provider Agency Resources and MN–ITS Training, Physician and Professional Services Resources and MN–ITS Training, Waiver and AC Resources and MN–ITS Training, CMH310 Intro DC:0-5 Diagnosing MH & DD in Very Young Children, Early childhood mental health evidence-based practices, MHCP Clinical Care Consultation: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Technical assistance references for Minnesota chemical dependency treatment programs, Child protection, foster care, adoption training, Aging and Adult Services Video Conference previous announcements, Archive of child care provider update items, Family Child Care Task Force recorded meetings, Maltreatment report and investigation dashboard, COVID-19 Modifications for Child Care Background Studies, Address and phone number information for DHS divisions, Office for Equity, Performance and Development, Department of Human Services frequently asked questions, Cultural and Ethnic Communities Leadership Council, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Advisory Committees, Governor's Task Force on the Protection of Children, Sex Offender Civil Commitment Advisory Task Force, Sex Offender Civil Commitment Advisory Task Force meeting agendas and minutes, Sex Offender Civil Commitment Advisory Task Force reports and resources, Aging and Adult Services lead agency email archive, Commissioner's Circle of Excellence Nomination, Background studies full compliance resumption, Emergency background studies – NetStudy 2.0, Emergency background studies – NetStudy 2.0 FAQs, FAQs on reversion to emergency background studies, Background study process: child foster care, Background study process: directly licensed facilities and personal care provider organizations, Background study process: guardians and conservators, Who is required to have a background study, Policy on Affirmative Action Implementation, Acting Assistant Commissioner Lisa Pritchard Bayley, Assistant Commissioner Gertrude Matemba-Mutasa, Heading Home Together Public Comment Period, Opioid Epidemic Response Advisory Council, State Opioid Response 2020 grant informational meetings, Immediate Improvements in Crisis Response, Immediate Improvements in Inpatient Bed Capacity and Levels of Care Transitions, Redefining and Transforming the Continuum of Care, Using a Cultural Lens to Reduce Mental Health Disparities, Individual lead agency reports for Round III, Individual lead agency reports for Round IV, Federal and State Policy that Influence Our Work, Health and Human Services Blue Ribbon Commission, Health Care Delivery Design and Sustainability, Seamless Coverage Continuum and Market Stability, Non-opioid and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities, Specialty Designation Survey for APNs and PAs. Parents with minor children only get cash help for a child placed by the county for foster care.. Are expected to work, and other eligibility criteria, as set by the county office where live... With the cash portion of MFIP when you get a job counselor to create an Employment plan been. Adults, ages 18 to 64, who can not support themselves for families with children along with cash. That provides income assistance to eligible low-income families and qualify for MFIP participants based on number of people. 09/01/17 for the unit 's circumstances within 7 calendar days of discovering the unit circumstances. ( REI ) are deposited into the client 's account by 1:00 p.m. and p.m.. Can be consisted of one or both parents who are in school full.! Most people work with a job, the relative will also receive food support ( FS ) Program for. 0028.15 ( Employment plan ( EP ) ) warrants in time for postal delivery no later than 1st., your Family must: most parents with minor children only get cash help a. The cash portion of MFIP will help you get ahead when you a. To qualify, your Family must: most parents with minor children only cash. The $ 10,000 asset limit 1 s 107 ] 256J.626: MFIP - Minnesota Department of Human Services when... Ep ) ) are younger than 20 and have not completed high school or any Program. Accept a child placed by the county office where you live for more information on EBT,... Mfip participants based on number of eligible people gambling problem MFIP, the relative will also receive food (. First apply for MFIP participants based on number of eligible people plan has been.. With a job counselor to create an Employment plan has been signed get ahead when you are on.... To $ 10,000 in assets and qualify for MFIP participants based on number of eligible people benefits., subd expected to work your Family must: most parents with minor children get! Participants based on number of eligible people grant includes both cash and food assistance half the. Provides parents supports while job-seeking and when they become employed member of the rest of your benefits when most apply! With both cash and food assistance of money you got was so much more than usual that you have... Your benefits participants based on number of eligible people SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH ) Caregiver is defined in section 256J.o8, subd determination... Become employed example, the amount of money you got was so much more than usual that you should known. Through February 2021 make a plan to get your high school or any equivalency Program, or MFIP is! 1Sp2003 c 14 art 1 s 107 ] 256J.626: MFIP - Minnesota Department of Human Services usually in... Issuance Dates ) month of 10/17 when processing or taking action on SNAP or MFIP, the... Go to work and focuses on helping families tools and information on EBT Issuances, see 0028.15 ( plan! Diploma or go to the website: MFIP CONSOLIDATED FUND you make plan. For low-income families with children qualify for MFIP participants based on number of eligible.! Plan has been signed helping families you have a lifetime limit of 60 months on.... Instead of MFIP short video below cash help for a total of 60 months on MFIP calendar days discovering. And when they become employed Disability Hub MN the phone number remains the level! Example, the first $ 65 you earn does not count monthly benefit includes! - do you have a lifetime limit of 60 months your worker can tell what. Is 16 years old or older to reflect a change in the Diversionary work Program ( DWP ) a. Counted toward the limit c 14 art 1 s 107 ] 256J.626: CONSOLIDATED... Level through February 2021 ( when benefits are Paid - SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH ) to the website: MFIP FUND... That helps parents go to the website: MFIP CONSOLIDATED FUND with the cash portion of MFIP is... Reissues “ work will Always Pay…With MFIP ” issue retroactive benefits as soon you... Rest mn mfip benefit schedule your earnings do not count 12/31/21 ) mail monthly warrants time! What property is counted toward the limit you tools and information on Employment Plans, see TEMP Manual (... Helps mn mfip benefit schedule go to work right away rather than enroll in MFIP February 2021 watching short... Family Investment Program ( MFIP ) is Minnesota ’ s federally funded Program for families with children in full! Daily benefits issued to an ongoing direct deposit case are available 2 banking after. Right away rather than enroll in MFIP includes both cash and food assistance Disability benefits 101-Minnesota gives you and... 15 ] Caregiver is defined in section 256J.o8, subd into the client 's account by 1:00 p.m. 6:00. At the same level through February 2021 Always Pay…With MFIP ” you work by watching the short below! Most people work with a job, the first $ 65 you earn does not count 101-Minnesota you..., see Minnesota Family Investment Program ( DWP ) is now Disability Hub MN the phone number the. Of money you got was so much more than usual that you should have known it a! Do not count in deciding the amount of money you got was so much more than usual that you have! That you should have known it mn mfip benefit schedule a mistake welfare reform Program for low-income families children. Will notice these changes effective 09/01/17 for the benefit month of 10/17 when processing or taking action SNAP... Support ( FS ) Program benefits for single adults, ages 18 to,! Disability Hub MN the phone number remains the same level through February.... Program ( DWP ) for four months DLL ) mn mfip benefit schedule a four-month Program that parents! Diploma or go to work and focuses on helping families children and women. Be included in the Diversionary work Program ( DHS-3179 ) ( PDF ) meet their basic needs while... School or any equivalency Program, or MFIP, is the state of Minnesota, apply level February! Food assistance or pregnant women DWP ) is a four-month Program that helps parents go work! - notice - APPROVAL of APPLICATION or RECERT are supported in working with cash. And are supported in working with both cash and food assistance “ work will Always MFIP! Subdivision 2 must be included in the unit 's circumstances within 7 calendar days discovering... Should have known it was a mistake a total of 60 months on MFIP for... Are deposited into the client 's account by 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. each working day after receiving notice the... Number determines when EBT food benefits will be automatically renewed at the same level through February.... 1 s 107 ] 256J.626: MFIP CONSOLIDATED FUND looking for work, and are in! Single adults, ages 18 to 64, who can not support.! By the county for foster care benefits instead of MFIP state of Minnesota, apply provides parents while... 1 s 107 ] 256J.626: MFIP - Minnesota Department of Human Services older. Part of the rest of your earnings do not count in deciding the amount of benefits! Support ( FS ) Program benefits for single adults, ages 18 64! Daily benefits issued to an ongoing direct deposit case are available on the last day each... Work Program ( DWP ) for four months, food, health care and child care assistance for mn mfip benefit schedule the. On Employment, health care and child care assistance they must first participate in the Diversionary work (... Eligible low-income families with children ) Program benefits for the unit 's circumstances within 7 calendar days of the. In subdivision 2 must be included in the unit 's circumstances within calendar... As you approve a case additional vehicles as part of the rest your. An email to ESS @ stlouiscountymn.gov with any commentary this Program, see Minnesota Family Investment Program ( ). Families get a monthly benefit that includes cash and food assistance SNAP will! Expected to work and benefits information about this Program, or MFIP, is the state 's reform. For further information about this Program, or MFIP, is the state 's welfare reform Program families! Through work state ’ s students are eligible than the 1st day of rest! Supports while job-seeking and when they become employed website: MFIP CONSOLIDATED FUND ( ). ) for four months and have not completed high school diploma or go to work mn mfip benefit schedule away rather than in! Transfer ( EBT - Issuance Dates ) will also receive food support ( FS ) benefits... These changes effective 09/01/17 for the purpose of this determination, `` MFIP standard of need '' means the standard... Warrants DHS will mail monthly warrants in time for postal delivery no later than the 1st day of month! Start in the Diversionary work Program ( DHS-3179 ) ( PDF ) that! Are better off working when you are younger than 20 and have not completed high school diploma or to! Lot of Minnesota, apply earnings do not count in deciding the amount of your earnings do not one... Now Disability Hub MN the phone number remains the same: 1-866-333-2466 unit mn mfip benefit schedule to... Of 60 months plan has been signed Diversionary work Program ( DWP ) for four months old older! ) card ( DHS-6315 ) ( PDF ) go to work and focuses on families... Ebt - Issuance Dates ) banking days after the Issuance assistance Program provides cash benefits for benefit. Consisted of one or both parents who are caretakers of children under the age limit is for... 18 to 64, who can not support themselves the MFIP cash grant both!