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American Indian Child Welfare Advisory Council
Also known as:
American Indian Child Welfare Task Force (Source: Executive branch advisory groups: enabling legislation and significant characteristics / Mark Shepard. 1988.)
Assist Minnesota Human Services Department to formulate policies and procedures relating to Indian child welfare services in Minnesota and make recommendations for Indian child welfare grants.
Active dates:1992 -
American Indian Advisory Task Force on Child Welfare?
Minnesota Human Services Department
The council shall consist of 17 members appointed by the commissioner and must include representatives of each of the 11 Minnesota reservations who are authorized by tribal resolution, one representative from the Duluth Urban Indian Community, three representatives from the Minneapolis Urban Indian Community, and two representatives from the St. Paul Urban Indian Community. Representatives from the urban Indian communities must be selected through an open appointments process under section 15.0597. The terms, compensation, and removal of American Indian Child Welfare Advisory Council members shall be as provided in section 15.059
Only 6 members listed in 15 S.R. 1132, 1990; only 6 listed in 1993. Name change from task force?: In 1993 annual compilation and statistical report as American Indian Child Welfare Advisory Council.
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