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Programs for families include child care, access and visitation, home energy assistance, nutrition assistance and so much more. Use the links to learn more about available programs.

  • My MDHS Account

    Sign up for your personal account to keep track of information about your SNAP, TANF and other assistance benefits.

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  • Child Care Services

    There are many child care centers and other facilities that are dedicated to providing a safe, caring and productive environment for your child.

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  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides monthly benefits to help individuals and families buy food.

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Programs for teens include abstinence education, youth development and so much more. Use the links to learn more about available programs.

  • Healthy Teens for a Better Mississippi

    This statewide initiative, developed in partnership with many MDHS governmental and community partners, is designed to reduce and prevent teen pregnancy.

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  • Youth Development Program

    MDHS partners with many organizations to improve the well-being of children by strengthening their relationships with parents and other adults.

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  • Abstinence Education

    This special abstinence-until marriage education program is administered through Boys and Girls Clubs.

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Many programs for children and families are available through the Mississippi Department of Human Services. Use the menu links to learn more about available programs.

  • Child Care Services

    There are many child care centers and other facilities that are dedicated to providing a safe, caring and productive environment for your child.

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  • Child Care Certificate Program

    This MDHS program provides parents with assistance with child care tuition at any type of child care facility.

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  • Report Child Abuse

    Call 1-800-222-8000. Mississippi law requires everyone to make a report when abuse, neglect or exploitation of children is suspected.

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