- Health & Human Services
- Social Services
Mower County has children and teens that are waiting for an adoptive family. These are children who have come into foster care and are not able to return to their birth parents’ homes.
Adult Mental Health Services
Mower County is responsible for providing publicly funded mental health services with federal, state and county funding.
Report maltreatment of vulnerable adults.
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services
The county can assist residents with an alcohol/drug abuse health assessment process (also known as Rule 25).
Child Care Licensing
Child care is an important service to working parents in the community. Mower County Health & Human Services licenses family child care providers who provide care in their home setting.
Children's Mental Health
Children and adolescents can have mental health disorders that impact their thoughts, feelings, and actions. Mower County provides services to children with mental health conditions based on criteria determined by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Learn more about reporting child maltreatment, Child Protective Services, and assessing abuse and neglect.
Family Connections provides early intervention services through homes, schools and communities to facilitate family growth and success.
Foster Care Licensing
Foster Care is a licensed family setting providing a safe and secure home environment that promotes well-being. Foster families play a critical role by caring for the adult or child and providing support.
Home & Community Based Waiver Services
Many home and community based services are offered by the Community Health Department.