Mobile Community Assertive Treatment (MCAT)

The Mobile Community Assertive Treatment team is a mobile outreach team that provides rapid response diversionary services/resources to individuals of all ages. MCAT’s primary goal is to divert individuals from inpatient psychiatric treatment.

MCAT provides:

  • Rapid response
  • Assessment services
  • Crisis intervention
  • Engagement
  • Supportive counseling
  • Information and referral
  • Linkage to requested/necessary resources
  • Appropriate community-based mental health and chemical dependency services

MCAT serves individuals of all ages including those who currently receive publicly-funded behavioral healthcare or chemical dependency services within the region. There are no financial eligibility requirements to receive MCAT services.

MCAT is available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. For information call 509.838.4651. After normal MCAT hours, contact the 24/7 Regional Crisis Line at 1.877.266.1818.