Other Resources


A Common Voice. C.O.P.E. Project Offers family classes to help with communication between family members that experience behavioral health issues. More information can be found at: https://www.acommonvoice.org/ For more questions or information contact them at  contact@acommonvoice.org or 253.537.2145 Black, Indigenous & People of Color Mental Health Resources Website: https://namiseattle.org/bipoc-mental-health-resources/ Children and Youth with Special

Other Resources2024-04-03T15:02:57-07:00

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities


Autism/Developmental Disabilities Resources in the South Sound and Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration - Providing support and fostering partnerships that empower people to live the lives they want through development and implementation of public policies. DDA waiver service overview: Individual & Family Services Basic Plus Children's Intensive In-Home Behavioral Supports

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities2024-03-24T17:51:43-07:00

Crisis Services


Carelon Behavioral Health manages behavioral health crisis services for all individuals, regardless of insurance status, in Pierce County. A toll-free regional crisis hotline that operates 24/7/365 is the single point of entry into the behavioral health services system. Resources include mobile crisis teams, referral to behavioral health services, and care coordination. 9-8-8

Crisis Services2024-03-24T20:06:08-07:00
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