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Minnesota

Contactos estatales de EDAF

Ruthie M. Dallas
State Planner Principal/Women Services Consultant
Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS)
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division
PO Box 64977
St. Paul, MN 55164-0977
Teléfono: 651-431-2465
Fax: 651-431-7449
Correo electrónico: ruthie.dallas@state.mn.us

Sara Messelt
Executive Director
Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
1885 University Avenue, #395
St. Paul, MN 55104
Teléfono: 651-917-2370
Llamar gratis: 1-866-90-MOFAS
Fax: 651-917-2405
Correo electrónico: sara@mofas.org

Sito Web estatal del EDAF

www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fh/mcshn/bd/fetal.htm Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Planes estatales de EDAF

Plan estatal del Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Minnesota— División de Alcohol y Abuso de Drogas Servicios para las Mujeres PDF icon (en Inglés)

Recursos estatales sobre SAF/ EDAF:

Directorio de Recursos de MOFAS (por su sigla en Inglés)
Sitio Web: www.mofas.org/resources/ Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

HF1423 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF1173 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2011

Definitions. Amends § 626.556, subdivision 2. Conforms the maltreatment of minors act to federal law requiring that a parent's status as a predatory offender be added to the definition of threatened sexual abuse. Adds fetal alcohol syndrome to prenatal substance abuse exposure definition.

HF1423: 5/21/11 – Indefinitely postponed by House.

SF1173: 5/21/11 – Second reading in House.

HF3059 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF2695 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Requirements for Professionals

2010

Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 626.5561, subdivision 1, is amended to read: Subdivision 1. Reports required. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (b), a person
mandated to report under section 626.556, subdivision 3, shall immediately report to the local welfare agency if the person knows or has reason to believe that a woman is pregnant and has used a controlled substance for a nonmedical purpose during the pregnancy, including, but not limited to, tetrahydrocannabinol, or has consumed alcoholic beverages during the pregnancy in any way that is habitual or excessive.
(b) A health care professional or a social service professional who is mandated to report under section 626.556, subdivision 3, is exempt from reporting under paragraph (a) a woman's use or consumption of tetrahydrocannabinol or alcoholic beverages during pregnancy if the professional is providing the woman with prenatal care.

SF2695: 5/14/10 – Signed by the Governor, effective date of law not given.

SF0694 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2009

Eliminating the Department of Human Services prenatal alcohol or drug use grant appropriation for Pine, Kanabec and Carlton counties and providing a grant to A Circle of Women for program services.

4/27/09: Referred by Chair to Health Care and Human Services Finance Division.

HF1361 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Funding

2009

Eliminating the Department of Human Services prenatal alcohol or drug use grant appropriation for Pine, Kanabec and Carlton counties.

3/5/09: Referred by Chair to Health Care and Human Services Finance Division.

HF1760 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF501 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2009

Sec. 84. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 252.27, subdivision 1a, is amended to read: Subd. 1a. Definitions. A "related condition" is a condition (1) that is found to be closely related to developmental disability, including, but not limited to, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, and Prader-Willi syndrome, and (2) that meets all defined criteria.

HF 1760: 5/22/09 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law 8/1/09.

SF501: 5/21/09 – Signed by Governor, effective date of law 8/1/09.

HF383 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF343 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2007

A bill relating to Ramsey County; appropriating $450,000 for the mothers first program to fund early intervention efforts designed to discourage pregnant women from using alcohol and illegal drugs.

HF 383: 1/29/07 – Referred by Chair to Health Care and Human Services Finance Division.

SF343: 1/29/07 – Referred to Finance.

HB685 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

SB732 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2007

Section 1. Appropriation. $500,000 in fiscal year 2008 and $500,000 in fiscal year 2009 are appropriated from the general fund to the commissioner of education for the biennium beginning July 1, 2007, for a program in underserved counties designed to ensure school readiness for children from birth to kindergarten and their families who are at risk of or have been diagnosed with mental illness or developmental delays due to fetal alcohol or drug exposure, child neglect, or abuse, to ensure school readiness of these children.

HB685: 3/5/07 – Referred to Early Childhood Learning Finance Division.

SB732: 2/12/07 – Referred to Finance Committee.

HF1295 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2007

Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2006, section 253B.02, subdivision 2, is amended to read:... "Chemically dependent person" also means a pregnant woman who has engaged during the pregnancy in habitual or excessive use, for a nonmedical purpose, of any of the following substances or their derivatives:...alcohol.

2/22/07: Referred to Committee on Health and Human Services.

SF310 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Treatment

2007

Amends the same statutes as HF1295, and also amends Minnesota Statutes 2006, section 253B.065, subdivision 5 as follows: ...(c) The court may order early intervention treatment if the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that a pregnant woman is a chemically dependent person. A chemically dependent person for purposes of this section is a woman who has during pregnancy engaged in excessive use, for a nonmedical purpose, of ...alcohol...that will pose a substantial risk of damage to the brain or physical development of the fetus.

5/18/07: Stricken and returned to author.

HF286 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF964 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2007

A bill for an act relating to human services; continuing funding for programs related to reducing fetal alcohol syndrome, appropriating money.

1/22/07 – Referred to Health Care and Human Services Finance Division.

HF738 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

SF322 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Treatment

2007

Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2006, section 253B.065, subdivision 5, is amended to read: ... (c) The court may order early intervention treatment if the court finds that a pregnant woman is a chemically dependent person. A chemically dependent person for purposes of this section is a woman who has during pregnancy engaged in excessive use, for a nonmedical purpose, of controlled substances or their derivatives, alcohol, or inhalants that will pose a substantial risk of damage to the brain or physical development of the fetus.

HF738: 4/19/07 – HF indefinitely postponed, no Senate action taken.

SF322: 5/14/07 – Signed by the Governor, effective date of law 8/1/07.

HF 2513 Exit Disclaimer Graphic companioned to SF1969 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Funding

2004

On July 1 of each fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2004, $1.19 million of the general fund appropriation to the commissioner of health for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder administration and grants shall be transferred to a statewide organization that focuses solely on prevention of and intervention with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. The money shall be used for prevention and intervention services and programs, including, but not limited to, community grants, professional education, public awareness, and diagnosis.

HF2513: 2/26/04 – Referred to Health & Human Services Finance.

SF1969: 2/12/04 – Referred to Finance.