Community Services Announcements

 
 

The Community Services Advisory Board (CSAB) will hold a Public Hearing on May 10, 2017​

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We are interested in hearing from community partners and the general public about unmet needs, ways that we might improve services, and new ways of doing business. This input will be considered as budget recommendations for 2018 are developed. The Public Hearing will be held:​ ​

​Date:​Wednesday, May 10, 2017
​Place:​Human Services Campus Conference Center, Room 161
2117 Campus Dr SE
​Time:​7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

​Comments should be limited to 5 minutes. Information on the target populations and a suggested outline are listed below:

Part of the planning process involves giving interested parties an opportunity to comment on services that Olmsted County provides for our target populations which include:

  • Vulnerable children and families
  • Elderly
  • Homeless
  • Homeless Persons with disabilities

Comments should be limited to 5 minutes and include:

  • Name of presenter
  • Organization or group represented (if any)
  • Target population
  • Brief statement of issue or need
  • Goal of the testimony
  • Key messages
  • Materials to be submitted (if any)
  • Does Olmsted County currently provide any related services

Public Hearing Outline Form (39 KB Docx)

The review and comment period ends June 16, 2017. Please forward written comments to:

Paul Fleissner, Director
Community Services
2117 Campus Dr SE, Suite 200
Rochester, MN 55904
Email: fleissner.paul@co.olmsted.mn.   

The 2014-2015 Comprehensive Civil Rights LEP Plan(1MB PDF) was submitted to the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The purpose of this Plan/Policy is to ensure full and equal access to program information and services for all persons applying for and using programs and services provided by the Olmsted County Community Service Department.

The 2016 - 2017 Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) Biennial Service Agreement  (311 KB PDF) was submitted to the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The primary purpose of the service agreement is to assess statewide efforts toward the goal of “economic stability for low income families” under MFIP. 

 

The 2016 - 2017 Olmsted County Child Care Assistance Program Plan(259 KB PDF) was submitted to the Minnesota Department of Human Services.

  

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Olmsted County Community Services is currently recruiting Foster Care Providers for children and adults.  

  
 

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