Table 1

Demographics, public health insurance prevalence and social service use of individuals on high-level probation in Hennepin County, Minnesota, anytime during 2016


Hennepin County probation cohort
n%
Cohort
High-level probation meeting enrolment criteria5873
Median age33.0
Mean age35.5
Male472680.5
Race/ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic205535.0
Black or African American310452.9
Native American3245.5
Asian or Pacific Islander1141.9
Hispanic2123.6
Other641.1
Health insurance enrolment (while on high-level probation in 2016)
Any Minnesota Health Care Plan (MHCP)511687.1
Consolidated treatment fund134622.9
Any full-benefit MHCP493184.0
 Medicaid474280.7
 MinnesotaCare51164.6
Medicaid eligibility types (among those enrolled in Medicaid in 2016)
Expansion312665.9
Disability, no Medicare/social service47210.0
Disability, with Medicare/social service3276.9
Parent80817.0
Other3286.9
Employment
Part-time103917.7
Full-time134722.9
Unemployed224238.2
Other1312.2
Unknown111419.0
Education
High school, not completed125821.4
High school, completed136023.2
Graduate Equivalency Degree72512.3
Some college or higher education144224.6
Unknown108818.5
Children
0162227.6
199817.0
281213.8
3+127221.7
Unknown116919.9
Marital status
Married4086.9
Single439974.9
Unknown106618.2
Social service use
Food support (SNAP)318954.3
Cash support230539.2
 General assistance159327.1
 Temporary assistance for needy families4918.4
 Other income support3285.6
Group residential housing87314.9
Shelter3986.8
  • Counts for people on high-level probation anytime during 2016 and with 6+ months of full-benefit public health insurance eligibility between 2013 and 2016 in Minnesota.

  • MHCP includes any full or partial month while on high-level probation in 2016. Counts are not exclusive and do not add up to 100%.

  • SNAP, supplemental nutrition assistance programme.