Care Coordination Services

Untreated medical conditions can lead to unemployment, homelessness, and despair. Once medical needs are met individuals can begin to fulfill their personal goals of housing, employment, and education as they work toward self-sufficiency. MDC offers a wide range of healthcare services that benefit specific needs of homeless and low-income families and individuals.

Chemical dependency outpatient treatments and evaluations are offered at the MDC clinic located in Tacoma. Individual and group counseling are available according to the community need. MDC treats dual disorders through partnership with MDC mental health services.

Contact Us

Tacoma Detoxification Center
721 Fawcett Ave, Suite 100
Tacoma, WA 98402

Phone: (253) 593-2413
Open 24 hours.

MDC provides 24 hours/7 days per week medically supervised chemical dependency detoxification services for adults and youth over the age of 13. Crisis stabilization is provided for youth that are impacted by substance abuse.

Recovery & Co-Occurring Services
721 Fawcett Ave, Suite 201
Tacoma, WA 98402

Phone: (253) 593-2740

Monday through Friday 9.am. – 5 p.m.
Evening appointments available upon request

Our objective at MDC is to assist individuals to return to their daily routine as soon as possible, and to recover the hopes and dreams they may have given up on.

Supported Employment Services

MDC provides supported employment services to help people who are Medicaid-eligible and have physical, behavioral, or long-term service needs that make it difficult for them to get and keep jobs. These ongoing services include individualized job coaching and training, help with employer relations, and assistance with job placement.

To qualify, individuals must be Medicaid-eligible, complete a needs assessment, and fit within the profile of one of the following groups:

  • Have a disabling condition that makes it difficult to remain employed.
  • Have a significant mental illness, substance use disorder, or co-occurring condition
  • Have needs associated with long-term care.
  • Have needs associated with teens and young adults.