Minnesota CAREWare Website
Welcome to the Minnesota CAREWare Website!
This site will provide you with easy access to the Minnesota CAREWare Help Desk, as well as provide tools and resources to assist you in using Minnesota CAREWare.
Your First Call for Assistance
If you have specific questions regarding the Minnesota CAREWare application, please contact the Minnesota CAREWare Help Desk by completing the help desk form or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday through Friday, between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Central Standard Time.
Minnesota CAREWare Help Desk General Expectations:
|Routine Matters:||2 Hours to Acknowledge and Return Email with Approximate Time Needed to Complete Issue|
|Create New Account:||3 Business Days to Complete once User Registration Form has been received|
|Unlock Accounts:||Within 1 Business Day once the Help Desk is notified of locked account|
Minnesota CAREWare Website and Resources:
For more information about the standard CAREWare application:
| The toll-free helpline is:
1-877-CWHELP1 or 1-877-294-3571
Support: toll-free, Monday - Friday from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time.
A dedicated RW CAREWare email address is also ready for your questions at: email@example.com
For updated information on RW CAREWare, visit the RW CAREWare website at: http://hab.hrsa.gov/careware
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