Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 400. Social Services

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  • The Social Welfare Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Optometric Services
  • Board of County Institutions
  • Food Stamps
  • Commodities Surplus Food Distribution
  • Truman Cobb Fund
  • Michigan Children's Institute
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Office of Child Support Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • County Juvenile Officers
  • Annual Meeting of County Agents
  • Charitable Organizations and Solicitations Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Activities or Services for Older Persons
  • Older Michiganians Act
  • Youth Adult Voluntary Foster Care Act
  • Foster Child Identification Theft Protection Act
  • State Food Stamp Distribution Act
  • Voluntary Home Visitation Programs
  • Michigan Economic and Social Opportunity Act of 1981
  • Public Assistance Home Repair, Weatherization, and Shutoff Protection Act
  • Michigan Low Income Heating Assistance and Shut-Off Protection Act
  • Michigan Energy Assistance Act
  • Juvenile Boot Camp Act
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault Victims' Medical Forensic Intervention and Treatment Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • The Medicaid False Claim Act
  • Adult Foster Care Facility Licensing Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order

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