Community Multidisciplinary Team (MDT)

The KMHPC MDT is a community-based, family-focused multidisciplinary team of community stakeholders, providers, and advocates who aim to assist providers and families with complex behavioral health presentations, care coordination and case planning. The MDT can assist with tasks such as: outpatient service recommendations, care coordination needs, behavioral management strategies, safety planning strategies, transitional planning, discharge planning and family engagement strategies for youth and families who reside in Pierce County.

Please review the KMHPC MDT Guide and FAQ for additional information and to answer FAQ.

    Child/Youth Information:

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    Insurance Provider:



    I would like to consult with the Team About:
    Outpatient Service Navigation: I am looking for recommendations regarding outpatient mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment resources.
    Care Coordination Needs: I am looking for assistance with care coordination for a youth enrolled in various services or multiple system involvement (Juvenile Justice, Behavioral Health, Foster Care, etc.)
    Behavior Management Strategies: I am looking for recommendations for behavioral management strategies to support safety within the community
    Transitional Planning: I have a child/client who is transitioning back into the community from placement (inpatient unit, CLIP) who needs additional supports or recommendations for transitioning back into the community
    Discharge Planning: I need assistance with developing a discharge plan from an Emergency Department
    Family Engagement Ideas: I need assistance with engaging a family in services or to address barriers in access to services
    Safety Planning: I am a provider who would like consultation to complete a safety plan

    Referent Information:


    To maintain the privacy of youth and family a release of information (ROI) is required. A Release of Information is required to be signed by youth over the age of 13. Do you currently have a signed Release of Information (ROI)?

    If you don’t have access to a Release of Information (ROI) you can use this form

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    “There is nothing more important than addressing the mental health needs of children and families. This is how we change the trajectory for better health outcomes later in life and create equity and access within our systems.”

    Joe Le Roy
    President & CEO HopeSparks