Maple Grove Chemical Health Assessments
Chemical Health assessments can be a first step on your journey for wellness. Chemical health assessments will serve to develop an understanding of what the presenting problems may be and to develop specific change goals for therapy. In addition chemical health assessments can help to identify what the best course of help may be for you, ranging from weekly therapy sessions up to attendance in a treatment program. Chemical assessments are frequently required in cases such as school suspensions, DWI’s, drug possession, public intoxication. A Hennepin County Rule 25 assessment may also be completed to help identify whether or not public resources may be able to help pay for the cost of treatment if insurance is not an option. Chemical Health assessments include a one hour assessment and one hour consult to go over the results.
Chemical Assessments at Maple Grove Therapy and Wellness can serve the following purposes
Youth Chemical Health Assessment-Hennepin County
If you or your child has recently been involved in an event such as being under the influence in the community, school or home, a chemical assessment is a first step in identifying helpful resources. Additionally, if school consequences or law enforcement has been involved, a chemical assessment may be required.
Adult Chemical Dependency
If you are feeling concerned about your chemical use or have recently been charged with a DWI/DUI or other drug related offense, getting a chemical health assessment is a wise choice and a good first step towards making healthy changes.
Hennepin County Rule 25 Assessment
Rule 25 assessments are used for the purpose of determining two things; firstly what level of care or kind of treatment would be most helpful to the person participating in the assessment and secondly whether or not the person may qualify for county funds to help pay for them to receive those services. People financially eligible for Hennepin County Rule 25 funding are individuals who do not have health insurance or those whose insurance will not cover the cost of treatment. Hennepin County Rule 25 funding is available for Hennepin County residents, both adults and adolescents.