MCCP provides behavioral assessments, tools, strategies, consultations, and training for caregivers of people with Intellectual Disabilities or Mental Health issues to address behavior concerns. When a person is at risk of losing placement, MCCP can help them access short-term placement in a Metro Area Crisis home.
Metro Crisis Coordination Program (MCCP) coordinates the collaborative effort between the seven metropolitan counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington, and serves as the single point of entry in which people with IDD and their support teams access crisis services.
Overview of Services & Making a Referral Presentation
Learn more about MCCP and how to make a referral through the video presentation below.
Short-term involvement of up-to-90 days for the provision of behavioral assessment, considerations, and trainings to the individual and their caregiver for the purpose of helping to prevent or address undesirable/interfering behaviors.
Coordinate the admissions and discharges to 11 crisis homes (44 beds total) throughout the metro area.
Crisis support planning
Staff Augmentation services
Host of the Residential Openings List (www.mnopenings.org), a website listing the residential openings for individuals with intellectual disability and/or related conditions in the state.
Facilitate with the referral process for Specialized Services provided by the MN DHS/ Metro Mobile Team – Community Support Services (CSS).
Who Do We Serve?
Adults and children residing within the seven-county metropolitan area with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Related Conditions as well as individuals with a Mental Health Diagnosis receiving services through a CADI Waiver.
How Do I Make a Referral?
All referrals made to Metro Crisis must have approval of the individual’s County Case Manager as well as the client’s guardian/conservator. If you are a family member or residential provider, please reach out to the individual’s Case Manager to discuss making referral to Metro Crisis.