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University of Minnesota Duluth Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies has created a matrix of child welfare programs and services provided by tribal and non-profit agencies in Minnesota. The goal of this project is to improve the coordination of American Indian child welfare programs in Minnesota by creating a tool for use by tribal and non-tribal child welfare workers. This tool will provide practitioners with a clear, up to date, and interactive source of information on the vast array of services available for American Indian children either currently in or at risk of being in the foster care system. Tribal agencies and non-profits serving American Indian families across Minnesota have graciously provided information on their programs and the many child welfare services they provide. We have done our best to provide the most accurate information possible on these programs but please do not hesitate to contact us if you feel anything in the matrix is not accurate. Also, please let us know if you represent a program that would like to be included in this matrix.
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