Direct Admission Referrals - Agencies And Providers
Maple Lake Recovery Centers provide chemical assessments for teens who may be involved at any stage of drug and alcohol use.
A Comprehensive Assessment is a chemical health evaluation or chemical dependency assessment are required in some situations to determine the level of care needed for your son or daughter, funding level, or state requirements for treatment. Completed by Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Comprehensive Assessments may have been advised or be required to complete if an adolescent has been:
- arrested or convicted of a DUI/DWI;
- part of a court case where substance use may be an issue;
- personally worried about their own use of alcohol or chemical substances;
- in a situation at work or school where substance use may be a concern; or
- required to by the DMV as part of a license reinstatement process.
If you currently don't have county or state insurance, how does Rule 25 funding work?
You will need to call the county you reside in to determine Rule 25 eligibility. If eligible, a Comprehensive Assessment can be completed by the provider you choose.
A Comprehensive Assessment includes an interview with a licensed alcohol and drug counselor to review chemical use and its impact on daily life and relationships. The assessment may also include many other stages, such as:
- a review of medical, legal, mental health and treatment records;
- a physical screening questionnaire;
- an assessment of need for detox services; and,
- interviews with other concerned individuals in the adolescent's life.
This data is analyzed to determine your teen's personal level of chemical use and dependence. A formal treatment plan and other recommendations will be based on this information.