Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS)
Aging and Adult Services
Coordinates services for Michigan's aging and adult population.
Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
Serves people who have specialty services or support needs related to mental illness, developmental disability, substance use disorders and children
with serious emotional disturbance.
Children’s Services Agency
Protects vulnerable children from abuse and neglect and oversees foster care services.
- Children’s Protective Services
- Juvenile Justice Programs
- Foster Care
- Child Welfare Licensing
Field Operations Administration
Provides emergency aid, food, child care and other services to eligible Michigan residents.
- Food Assistance
- Cash Assistance
- Medical Assistance
- Child Care Assistance
- Disability Determination Services
- Michigan Rehabilitation Services
- Office of Child Support
Office of Inspector General
Prevents, detects, investigates and recovers program fraud, waste and abuse in MDHHS.
Population Health Administration
Promotes and protects the health of the population as a whole through surveillance and response to health issues, prevention of illness and injury
and improvements in access to care.