Substance Use Disorder
- Inpatient treatment
- Residential treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Peer recovery support
- Treatment coordination
- Medication assisted therapy
- Chemical use assessments
- Residential withdrawal management
You must have either a Rule 25 assessment or a Comprehensive assessment before you can be admitted to treatment. Both assessments look at the effects of substance use on your life during the past 12 months. Results are used to recommend the right level of care. The assessment usually takes 1 to 2 hours. It may take longer depending on your needs.
- A Rule 25 assessment must be completed by a Rule 25 assessor at your county or tribal nation of responsibility. Call your county or tribal nation to schedule a Rule 25 assessment. The numbers are in the table below.
- A Compressive assessment must be completed by a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) or other qualified provider. Call PrimeWest Health at the number below. We will help you find an SUD treatment center you can contact to schedule a Comprehensive assessment.
Call PrimeWest Health at 1-866-431-0801 (toll free) if you have questions or need help finding a qualified assessor. TTY users call 1-800-627-3529 or 711 (toll free). Ask to speak to our Behavioral Health Care Coordinator.
More information about SUD services can be found in your Member Handbook or Evidence of Coverage (EOC).
|County||Social/Human/Family Services Phone Number||Toll Free|
|Tribal Nation||Social/Human/Family Services Phone Number||Toll Free|
|White Earth||1-218-983-3286 ext. 1297|