Wright County Human Services provides Rule 25 assessments to determine potential substance use disorders and what treatment options may be available.
Generally, these assessments are requested by persons seeking a public funding source for substance use treatment. The public funding source in Minnesota is known as the Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund (CCDTF). Prior to completion of an assessment, Wright County Human Services will determine if a person is eligible for treatment services to be paid for through this fund. Eligibility requirements such as insurance coverage, income, and residency will be discussed at the time of intake.
For more information or to access this service, please call 763-682-7400 and request to speak with a Rule 25 assessment social worker.
For more information about substance use, please visit the Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse website.