The Youth Inpatient Navigator program is a behavioral health care model in which we set up MDT’s (multidisciplinary team meetings) to connect our youth and families to the care and resources they need. We are committed to partnering with the community of Southwest WA to navigate the behavioral health needs of our youth and families by establishing trust, building relationships, inspiring hope, and walking alongside youth and families during the process.
Kids’ Mental Health Pierce County (KMHPC) was first created to identify and address needs and barriers to accessing pediatric behavioral health care. Today, KMHPC includes 800 members representing over 60 community agencies and stakeholders.
The Salish regional behavioral health Navigation team has been named SYNC – Salish Youth Network Collaborative. Our focus will be on ensuring that through collaboration with all community partners we are able to support the families and those within our region in gaining access to services.