Healthy & Safe Children and Youth
Youth mentoring, Minneapolis school based clinics, promoting skills, strengths & contributions of youth
Twin Cities Healthy Start
The mission and focus of Twin Cities Healthy Start is to assure that all babies, especially African American and American Indian babies, get the best possible start in life.
Youth Violence Prevention
The City of Minneapolis recognizes that youth violence is a public health epidemic that requires a holistic, multi-faceted response.
Minneapolis School Based Clinics
Encourage teens to live positive, healthy lifestyles, Teach teens how to use the health care system effectively, Provide early detection and treatment of illness
The Minneapolis Project for Lead-safe Kids
(MPLS Kids) aims to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in Minneapolis through outreach, education and partnership with various housing, health, regulatory and community-based agencies.
Minneapolis Health Department
250 South 4th Street, Room 510
Minneapolis, MN 55415
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Last updated Feb. 20, 2014