A state agency that provides medical services for people with disabilities says some of their personal information was mailed to an incorrect address by one of its contractors. Mo Health Net, which provides services in Camden, Miller, Morgan and counties throughout the state, is sending written notices to more than 13 hundred people. Officials say a software error affected the mailings between October of 2011 and June of this year. No medical or financial information was released. Information potentially released includes participant name, date of birth, MO HealthNet identification account number, county name, phone number, and the last four digits of the social security number. Officials say there is no reason to believe that any identity theft has occurred, but MO HealthNet, through Infocrossing, Inc., is offering affected consumers free continuous credit monitoring services and enhanced identity theft consultation and restoration for two years.