Substance use services
Substance use intake worker 507-837-6687
Substance Use (SU) services are available to MNPrairie county residents who have problems with drug and/or alcohol abuse and meet the income guidelines, or have been referred by the court for services.
Assessment services can be found within MNPrairie offices and also from a variety of healthcare and substance use provider agencies.
- Substance Use assessments, commonly referred to as Rule 25 assessments.
- Referral for Rule 31 substance use treatment programs for high, medium, and low intensity inpatient and outpatient treatment services, supportive housing, intensive case management (CD Navigator), and drug courts.
- Other various supportive services
Rule 25 (Substance Use) Assessment
Substance Use (Rule 25) Assessment are completed for people who need help to pay for chemical health treatment. Eligible individuals also meet income guidelines or are on Medicaid fee-for-service programs. If an individual does not meet the requirements for MNPrairie SU assessment, they will be referred to the appropriate service. The assessment process is governed by state law.
There are a number of providers within the MNPrairie region that can provide Rule 25 assessments for individuals.
Contact MNPrairie’s substance use intake to inquire about setting up a Rule 25 assessment or other questions you may have if you are a Dodge, Steele, or Waseca County resident. The contact number is 507.837.6687
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For more information and a complete listing of contacts for all counties, tribes, and healthcare plans, as well as treatment programs, follow the link below:
Minnesota Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division
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