Get a comprehensive assessment to determine what services are best for you. This is an evaluation performed by an alcohol and drug counselor that determines the kind of treatment needed by someone with a substance use disorder
To find providers in your area, consult one of the following links.
FastTracker: This website helps you find substance use disorder services near you. It also provides a list of tribal and out-of-state providers.
DHS Licensing Information Look-up: This is a database of all Minnesota Department of Human Services-licensed programs. Select the appropriate substance use disorder license type to find providers. The database also includes licensing review information.
If you have health insurance coverage, contact your insurance provider to learn about your benefits and to find providers who can help. Individuals with Medical Assistance can find health plan member services phone numbers on the health plan member services phone numbers webpage.
Substance use disorder services include:
Nonresidential (outpatient) individual and group treatment services
Residential treatment services
Hospital-based inpatient treatment
Residential withdrawal management
Medication assisted therapies (this includes opioid treatment programs that distribute methadone, suboxone, and other related therapies, and clinic-based providers who prescribe medications treating substance use disorder)