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Program: Chemical Health

Agency: Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department


Resource Number: 36898852
Alternate name: Detoxification; Hennepin County Chemical Health; Rule 25; 1800 Chicago

Description
Chemical health services are available to Hennepin County residents who have problems with drug or alcohol abuse and meet income guidelines, or who have been referred by the court. Services are available directly from a variety of health care and social services providers. Most programs are culturally diverse and offer different treatment models. Services include:

- Chemical use assessments

- Detoxification

- Referrals to Rule 31 chemical dependency treatment programs for high, medium, and low-intensity inpatient and outpatient treatment services, supportive housing, and case management

- Other support services

NOTE: Chemical Health does not conduct their own Rule 25 assessments. Agencies and private organizations with designated assessors on staff conduct assessments in compliance with Rule 25.


Program Phones:
(612)348-4111Intake
(612)879-3646Detoxification Line
24 hours/7 days a week
(612)321-3772Fax

Website: www.hennepin.us/residents/health-medical/adult-mental-health-services
Email: socialservices@hennepin.us

Location information
Sites offering this program
+ - 1800 Chicago Site ->
Chemical Health - 1800 Chicago Site  
Location: 1800 Chicago Avenue South

Minneapolis 55404

Site Phones:
(612)879-3646Intake
Site Hours:
24 hours/7 days a week

Program Delivery
Eligibility: - Assessments performed for Hennepin County residents who are voluntary or court-ordered

- Need to be financially eligible for publicly-funded chemical dependency treatment
Languages: Interpreters available
Application Process: - Call to get a referral for an assessment

- Anyone who has concerns about substance abuse, whether for themselves, or for another person

- Does not accept walk-ins

- Detoxification line available 24 hours/7 days a week


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Method of PaymentPrivate insurance may not cover all or some chemical health services. Services may be paid for with public funding if the recipient is financially eligible. This includes minors, who almost always are eligible if they have private or no insurance.
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Person at the resource who last verified this information:
Last Verified On: 3/10/2019
 

Agency Background

Programs at Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department

Adoption Services
Adult Protection
Advocates and Appeals
Burial/Funeral Assistance
Child and Teen Checkups
Child Care Assistance
Child Care Licensing
Child Protection
Child Support Services
Children's Mental Health
Children's Mental Health Crisis Services
COPE - Mental Health Crisis Services for Adults - Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies
Daytime and After Hours Shelter Teams
Diversionary Work Program (DWP)
Domestic Abuse Service Center
Emergency Assistance - EA
Emergency General Assistance - EGA
Epidemiology
EZInfo
Follow Along Program
Food Support Program
Foster Care and Licensing
Fraud Information and Complaints
General Assistance - GA
Health Care for the Homeless Project
Hennepin Community Volunteers
Hennepin County Mental Health Center
Hennepin County Public Health Clinic
Homeless Access Unit
Housing Support
Human Services Centers, Satellite Centers and Health Services Locations
Immunization Services
Initial Contact Front Door Social Services
Medical Assistance - MA
Medical Transportation Assistance
Medicare Savings Programs
Mental Health Housing
Minnesota Family Investment Program - MFIP
Minnesota Food Assistance Program - MFAP
Minnesota Supplemental Aid - MSA
MnCHOICES
Office of Multicultural Services - OMS
Parent Support Outreach Program
Prepetition Screening - PSP
Project CHILD
Project Connect
Refugee Cash Assistance Program - RCA
Refugee Medical Assistance - RMA
Relative Custody Assistance
Start Today Hennepin
Teen Parent Program
Veterans Services
WIC Program - Women, Infants and Children
Work Supports

Accreditations: Does not apply
Funding: Federal; state; county; fees





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