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When a local agency enters into an agreement with a vendor of chemical dependency treatment services, the agreement must distinguish client per unit room and board costs from per unit chemical dependency treatment services costs.

For purposes of this part, "chemical dependency treatment services costs" are costs, including related administrative costs, of services that meet the criteria in items A to C:


The services are provided within a program licensed according to Minnesota Statutes, chapter 245G, or certified according to parts 2960.0430 to 2960.0490.


The services meet the definition of chemical dependency services in Minnesota Statutes, section 254B.01, subdivision 3.


The services meet the applicable service standards for licensed chemical dependency treatment programs in item A, but are not under the jurisdiction of the commissioner.

This part also applies to vendors of room and board services that are provided concurrently with chemical dependency treatment services according to Minnesota Statutes, sections 254B.03, subdivision 2, and 254B.05, subdivision 1.

This part does not apply when a county contracts for chemical dependency services in an acute care inpatient hospital licensed by the Department of Health under chapter 4640.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 241.021; 245A.03; 245A.09; 254A.03; 254B.03; 254B.04


15 SR 1540; L 2003 1Sp14 art 11 s 11; 32 SR 2268

Published Electronically:

January 3, 2018