Founded in 1972 as Good Samaritan Behavioral Health, today MultiCare Behavioral Health is the largest behavioral health organization in Pierce County and has been expanding its services to South King County and other areas in order to help more people in the communities served by MultiCare.
We provide comprehensive, expert treatment for children, adults and older adults who are struggling with a wide range of mental health conditions, as well as provide treatment, assistance and support for those working to overcome chemical dependence or substance abuse addictions.
But, in order to be successful in our work, we believe that we need to go beyond treatment or therapies and provide our patients, and their families, with support and resources that empower them with a sense of hope, and a belief in what they can accomplish.
In 2014 alone, MultiCare Behavioral Health Services helped 22,000 people of all ages and from all walks of life achieve a greater wellness.
Our team includes state-certified mental health professionals and clinical mental health experts. Working side by side, they deliver compassionate care while honoring our patients’ confidentiality.
State-Certified Mental Health Professionals
Our team includes state-certified mental health professionals and clinical mental health therapists. Working side by side, they deliver compassionate care while honoring our patients’ confidentiality.
These professionals include:
Clinical Support Team
Our programs would not be complete without the expertise and care coordination of our experienced clinical support team. These team members maintain professional continuing education and state licensing requirements.
Our clinical support team includes:
Learn more about how we deliver compassionate, age-appropriate mental health care by reading about our programs.
Our services are available in convenient locations throughout Pierce and South King counties.
Call the MultiCare Behavioral Health Access Center at 888-445-8120 to make an appointment for outpatient and specialty services.