Adult Services

Clearwater County Human Services department staff provide services for adults who are challenged with issues relating to mental health, chemical health, physical disability, or housing, or are vulnerable and in need of protection. 

Some services are provided without regard to income or are provided on a sliding fee scale, while others require eligibility for Federal Medical Assistance (MA).  A diagnosis is required for most mental health and chemical health services.  The assessment for the mental health program requires a mental health diagnostic assessment from a mental health professional and a chemical dependency diagnosis is determined by a chemical dependency assessor.

Services include information and referral to community resources, assessment, case management, living skills development, in-home services, vocational services, outpatient and inpatient chemical health treatment, and adult foster care.  We strive to provide any information and referral or services in a seamless fashion.