Rule 25 refers to the administrative rule that addresses chemical use assessment, administrative requirements, and appeal and fair hearing rights of the client. All 87 Minnesota counties, 11 American Indian Tribes, and 9 state contracted Managed Care Organizations are mandated to provide Rule 25 assessments to anyone who requests one, or for whom a chemical use assessment is requested.
Clients who meet both clinical and financial requirements are eligible to have treatment paid for by the Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund. For a statewide listing of contact numbers for a Rule 25 Assessment click the CCDTF Rule 25 Referral Numbers (PDF).
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 254A is the authorizing legislation for the chemical dependency division and for providing comprehensive range of rehabilitation services for persons dependent on alcohol or other drugs.
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 245G is the authorizing legislation for the chemical dependency division and for providing comprehensive range of rehabilitation services for persons dependent on alcohol or other drugs.
The American Indian Symposium Briefing Book MS-1945 (PDF) contains a synopsis of the input from tribal chemical dependency and mental health professionals over time. This is not meant to be a definitive statement of the issues. It is intended simply to be a starting point, highlighting repeated statements made by tribal representatives. The information has been compiled into three broad categories: community capacity, service system infrastructure and resource needs.
The Minnesota Survey on Adult Substance Use (MNSASU) is a statewide survey conducted periodically by the Minnesota Department of Human Services to gather information about substance use and treatment need for substance use disorders among adults in Minnesota.