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Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department

Chemical Addiction Program for Pregnant Women

1800 Chicago

1800 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN, 55404-1901

Distance: 897 Miles

(612) 348-4111


Service Details


Project Chemical Health Intervention, Linkage and Development (CHILD) provides outreach, assessment, referral and case management support to pregnant women who are reported to Hennepin County Child Protection because of drug or alcohol abuse including marijuana and/or prescription drugs not prescribed.

Project CHILD collaborates with many county and community based resources for services.


Services are for women age 16 and older who are less than 34 weeks pregnant. They recommend a chemical health assessment, available at most treatment facilities.

If you are pregnant and are using drugs or alcohol, they can connect you to the chemical health services you need.

Application Instructions

Call (612) 348-4111 to get started. The mothers, other concerned people, the courts, or child protection workers may refer pregnant women to Project CHILD (Chemical Health Intervention, Linkage, and Development), if the women are found to be using controlled substances, or using alcohol habitually or excessively.

They accept referrals by phone at (612) 879- 3609, or by fax at (612) 321-3771. To make a report involving a pregnant woman younger than 16, or a woman whose pregnancy is beyond 34 weeks, call (612) 348-3552.

Area Served

Hennepin County


Phone Numbers

Type Number Hours
Main (612) 348-4111

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