The Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council was established in 1972 as a Joint Powers Agreement among cities in Northwest Hennepin County to do regional research, planning and coordination of human services that make a difference in the lives of area residents.
- Municipalities should share the responsibility of overseeing that human service needs of residents are met
- Residents and consumers should play a critical role in defining their own needs and problems, and in recommending appropriate solutions
- Suburban residents should have access to human services within their own communities
- Provide local information to decision makers
- Coordinate networks of service providers
- Involve residents in the planning process
- Serve as a catalyst for joint endeavors
- Initiate innovative, cross-cultural, multi-sector programs
What are Human Services?
Watch our video, Imagine, to learn what local residents think about Human Services.
Programs and Networks
- Research and Planning
- Citizens Advisory Commission (appointed by member cities)
- Emergency Services and Homelessness Prevention Program
- Northwest Hennepin Early Childhood Network (formerly known as Success by 6™ NW) and Working Toward Success
- Senior Leadership Committee and Senior Services Network
- Joint Community Police Partnership and Multicultural Advisory Committee
- Domestic Violence Prevention Network
The 2015 Annual Report is Available online:
- Click Here to obtain a copy of the Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council Annual Report
- Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council Form 990, years 2009 and 2010 are available upon request.
- The 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Form 990 are also viewable at www.Guidestar.org