In keeping with our dedication to help people live to their full potential, MultiCare Behavioral Health offers a broad range of specialized support services that help some of our community's most vulnerable people live better, healthier, safer lives.
At Luckett House, we offer comprehensive residential treatment services to help people with serious chronic psychiatric conditions, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, transition back to more independent community living situations.
Our services can help you maximize your independence after being discharged from the hospital. We teach you life skills and connect you with community resources to help you successfully transition to a more independent residence.
After transitioning to a new residence, we provide ongoing follow-up care you may receive additional support through our Adult Community Support Services program.
With an emphasis on confidential, personalized support, our Domestic Violence Survivor Program offers:
Working with the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and local employers, our ENRICH program has been helping people who need assistance finding and keeping meaningful employment since 2006.
The Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) provides support to people with serious mental health issues who are not able to get the help they need in a traditional clinic setting. Working with certified peer specialists, our behavioral health experts and other locally based programs, PACT provides highly individualized outreach and care to patients in their home and community.
PACT helps people who are struggling with serious mental illnesses, such as:
For more information about PACT or to make a referral, call Optum Health at 253-292-4200.
Certified peer counselors offer personalized guidance and support on your path to recovery. They work closely with social workers, therapists and case managers to help you set your goals for recovery and achieve them.
Sharing their own recovery stories, peer counselors instill hope and confidence in others living with serious mental illnesses. They can truly relate to the challenges you may be experiencing.
Peer support specialists are members of the following care teams:
For over 15 years, MultiCare Behavioral Health has provided one of the few teen sexual minority resources in Pierce County. We offer a friendly, supportive environment for teens and young adults in the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
Our teen sexual minority support group meets regularly and provides a range of resources including:
This group is available free of charge to individuals between the ages of 14 and 21. Confidentiality is carefully protected.
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.