Trauma and Behavioral Health Systems Coordination

The Coalition’s Systems Coordinator fosters communication, consultation, and collaboration between agencies in the chemical dependency, domestic violence, mental health, and sexual assault disciplines. This holistic approach ensures that survivors of domestic and sexual violence with mental health or chemical dependency concerns have access to well informed and integrated services. Funded by the Mental Illness and Drug Dependency Plan (MIDD), efforts include interdisciplinary relationship building, staff education and training, program and policy review, community response development, and case staffing and consultation. We encourage representatives from behavioral health and survivor services programs in King County who are interested in training or exploring potential projects to reach out to


The Systems Coordinator is available to provide training on a wide range of topics including:

  • Screening and assessment practices
  • Clinician safety planning
  • How to use community resources
  • How to work with advocates and engage with survivors
  • Successfully address battering behavior
  • Orders for protection
  • Best practices in documentation

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