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News & Updates

Deadline extended: Apply for the Statewide Health Strategies Grant by May 31

Posted on: 05-20-2024

North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) recently announced $3 million in matching grant funding available for the Statewide Health Strategies Grant program. The application deadline has been extended to May 31...

First time parents are encouraged to find local car seat class to keep babies safe

Posted on: 05-15-2024

Last year, more babies were born in North Dakota in May than during any other month. For most first-time parents, there is a lot to learn, including how to safely transport a new baby home from the hospital...

HHS announces new benefit aimed at addressing child care workforce challenges

Posted on: 05-15-2024

North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) today announced that employees of licensed child care programs in North Dakota will be able to apply to receive help with paying for child care costs for children up to 12 years of age through...

HHS celebrates National Women’s Health Week, May 12-18

Posted on: 05-14-2024

Every May beginning on Mother’s Day, is National Women’s Health Week. This week, May 12-18, aims to highlight women’s health issues and encourage women of all ages to prioritize their physical, mental and emotional well-being...

Registration open for Gateway to Health FREE community event Aug. 10 in Bismarck

Posted on: 05-13-2024

Registration is live, and families are encouraged to register for the FREE Gateway to Health event on Aug. 10 at North Dakota’s Gateway to Science in Bismarck...

HHS recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month, shares resources to support well-being

Posted on: 05-10-2024

North Dakota Health and Human services (HHS) recognizes May as Mental Health Awareness Month. HHS is highlighting the importance of mental health and sharing resources that can help North Dakotans improve their overall health and well-being...

HHS recognizes everyone involved in the child welfare system, highlights the importance of children’s engagement while in foster care during May

Posted on: 05-09-2024

North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) encourages North Dakotans to recognize the resiliency and perseverance of children involved in the state’s foster care system and those who have shown unwavering dedication and support of the child welfare system...

Money Follows the Person program advisory group to meet May 7 to discuss in-home and community-based services for North Dakotans with disabilities

Posted on: 05-07-2024

North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) Money Follows the Person (MFP) program stakeholders are meeting Tuesday, May 7, 1-4 p.m. CT at the Northeast Human Service Center in Grand Forks...

New income levels of eligibility for children and youth with special health care needs

Posted on: 05-02-2024

Income eligibility guidelines for diagnostic and treatment services available through North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) have increased due to changes in federal poverty levels. A family can earn more now and still qualify for services...

Health and Human Services awards grant funding to expand services that support children’s behavioral health

Posted on: 05-01-2024

North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) announced 21 recipients of the Children’s Behavioral Health Service Grants through the Behavioral Health Division’s System of Care initiative. The funding will support the implementation of community-based...

Preventing tickborne diseases

Posted on: 05-01-2024

With the first ticks of the year already being spotted in the state, North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) is asking North Dakotans to be aware of ticks and the diseases they carry including Lyme disease, anaplasmosis and Rocky Mountain spotted fever...

Preventing hantavirus: Safe and effective cleaning reminders

Posted on: 04-25-2024

North Dakotans are putting away their winter boots and opening their cabins, sheds and other outdoor spaces that were not used during the winter season. Cleaning these spaces is essential, but North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS) wants to remind...