Michigan Department of Human Services
More people in the state have health care thanks to the Healthy Michigan Plan.
The new model will establish statewide metrics to measure whether an agency is meeting a child’s needs. An agency’s future funding will depend on its performance.
DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) will receive $16 million to provide energy assistance program services to low-income households in its electric and natural gas service areas throughout Michigan.
A judge has ordered the Michigan Department of Human Services to pay nearly $50,000 in attorney fees in a case brought after someone placed a 5-foot toy ape atop the cubicle of a black employee.
A judge has fined the Michigan Department of Human Services $21,000 after someone placed a 5-foot toy ape atop the cubicle of a black employee.
A new policy taking effect on Oct. 1 means Michigan parents whose children don’t attend school could lose welfare cash benefits.
Some Michigan parents are planning to file a federal lawsuit in Detroit Thursday, claiming that the state and adoption agency officials withheld crucial details about the physical and mental disabilities in the children they adopted.
The Michigan attorney general’s office has charged a state Department of Human Services employee with embezzling more than $4,000.
More than 1,000 Michigan Department of Human Services county managers across the state are using advanced technology to strengthen caseworker productivity, contain costs, identify potential fraud and abuse, and improve the health and well-being of beneficiaries who rely on DHS’s food, medical, and cash assistance programs.
Michigan’s plan to end welfare benefits for thousands of families has been at least temporarily blocked by a court order.