Substance Use Disorder
Substance Use Services
Substance Use (SU) services are available to Wabasha 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.
Substance Use services include:
- 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) Assessments 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. There are a number of providers within the Wabasha County region that can provide Rule 25 assessments for individuals.
Contact Wabasha County Office Support to inquire about setting up a Rule 25 assessment or other questions you may have if you are a Wabasha County resident. The contact number is (651)565-3351.
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For more information regarding Substance Use Disorder Resources or to obtain substance use assessment or treatment funding, please contact Wabasha County Office Support at: (651)565-3351 and request to speak with the Substance Use Social Worker.