Substance Abuse Disorder Voucher
The SUD Voucher will start accepting new patients again on July 1st and ShareHouse is ready to serve! The SUD Voucher supports eligible individuals in their personal recovery by reducing financial barriers in accessing substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. The North Dakota SUD Voucher is free coverage for individuals who reside in North Dakota and are at least 16 years old.
The SUD Voucher supports eligible individuals in their personal recovery by reducing financial barriers in accessing substance use disorder treatment and recovery services.
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Voucher program was established to increase access to quality services for individuals to reach their full potential.
SHORT TERM: Improve access to quality services and allow for individual choice of providers
LONG TERM: Lives are improved and people RECOVER!
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Room & Board
- Recovery Coach
- Urine Analysis
- Methadone Maintenance
Allow individual to choose provider
- OBJECTIVE 1.1: Increase number of providers and service options
- OBJECTIVE 2.1: SUD Voucher provide evidence-based services based on individual need.
Improve access to quality services
- OBJECTIVE 1.2: Service options are communicated to individuals
- OBJECTIVE 2.2: Reduce financial barriers for individuals accessing needed services
With the passage of Senate Bill 2048 during the 64th Legislative Session the Department of Human Services (DHS) was appropriated funding to administer a voucher system to pay for substance use disorder treatment services. The Department’s Behavioral Health Division (BHD) was assigned the responsibility to develop administrative rules and implement the voucher system.