To provide foster care, individuals must have a license from the Department of Human Services. Many aspects of adult foster care, child foster care and adoption are administered locally, at the county level. For further information about becoming an adult foster care provider, please contact your county or tribal agency DHS-0005 (PDF). An adult foster care license is generally issued for two years, after the first year of licensure. Length of Determination: Minn. Stat. § 245A.04, subd. 1 requires that the Commissioner shall act on the application within 90 working days after a complete application and any required reports have been received from other state agencies or.
1 & 2 FAMILY DWELLINGS, CHILD & ADULT FOSTER CARE SECTION 1 – INTRODUCTION This fire safety information sheet is based upon the 2007 Minnesota State Fire Code (MSFC), 2007 Minnesota State Building Code (MSBC) and the 2007 International Residential Code (IRC). The requirements outlined in this information sheet apply to. Licensed programs and services. Important Notice About Other Licensing Requirements. The Department of Human Services licenses and regulates the program services set forth below The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) licenses and regulates certain facilities as it relates to sanitation and safety of the buildings and to the health, treatment, comfort, safety, and well-being of the persons.
Licensing forms. This is an online listing of forms maintained by the Department of Human Services. Forms listed are in the portable document format (PDF). Foster care for adults. Adult foster care provides residential care for people age 18 and over who need supportive housing and services due to physical, emotional, developmental or mental health reasons. Providers of adult foster care are responsible for residents' food, lodging, protection, supervision and household services.