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Substance abuse help paying for treatment

People who qualify can get help paying for substance abuse treatment through their local county office. Federal, state and county governments put money into a Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund so that Minnesotans with low income can get needed treatment. For more information view the CCDTF SFY 2018 Eligibility Determination (PDF).

Clients are entitled to have chemical dependency services paid for by the CCDTF, if the client:

1. Is enrolled in MA  OR

Meets the following household size (HHS) and household income (HHI) limitation:

Household size MA Parents, Caretaker Relative,
children Age 19-20, Adults without Children
MA Children – Age 2-18 MA Pregnant Women
1 $16,039 $33,165 N/A
2 $21,599 $44,660 $45,147
3 $27,158 $56,155 $56,767
4 $32,718 $67,650 $68,388
5 $38,277 $79,145 $80,008
6 $43,836 $90,640 $91,628
7 $49,396 $102,135 $103,249
8 $54,955 $113,630 $114,869
Add for each additional person $5,559 $11,495 $11,620

Contact your county social services or tribal office to see if you qualify. The first step is to get a Rule 25 assessment.

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