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The Mental Illness and Drug Dependency (MIDD) Advisory Committee was formally established with approval of Ordinance 16077 passed by the King County Council on April 28, 2008, and renamed and revised for MIDD 2 via Ordinance 18452 on January 31, 2017. 

The MIDD Advisory Committee is an advisory body to the Executive and Council. Its purpose is to ensure that the implementation and evaluation of the strategies and programs funded by the MIDD sales tax revenue are transparent, accountable, collaborative and effective.

The MIDD Advisory Committee is a unique partnership of representatives from the health and human services and criminal justice communities. Recognizing that King County is the countywide provider of mental health and substance abuse services, the committee will work to ensure that access to mental health and chemical dependency services is available to those who are most in need throughout the county, regardless of geographic location.


King County Chinook Building
Rooms 121 & 123

11:45-12:15 networking lunch 
12:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. 

(4th Thursdays, with some exceptions.)

Upcoming Dates:
January 25, 2018 – Agenda
February 22, 2018
March 22, 2018
April 26, 2018

2017 Meeting Materials

Month Meeting Materials
 January Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan
Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force Recommendations

Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan
MIDD Renewal Guiding Principles
MIDD Year 8 Annual Report Draft
Roles and Duties of the MIDD AC

 March Meeting Notes
Adopted MIDD Policy Goals
MIDD Financial Plan
Results Based Accountability presentation
 April Meeting Notes
MIDD AC Values, Goals, Activities Draft
MIDD Financial Plan
MIDD AC Values and Guiding Principles Crosswalk
 May –Meeting Canceled–

Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan
Draft MIDD Evaluation Plan and Appendices
Draft MIDD Implementation Plan and Appendices

 July –Meeting Canceled–

Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan


Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan
Integration Update
Proposed Reallocation of Funds


Meeting Notes
MIDD Financial Plan
MIDD2 Workforce Development Redesign Framework
Wraparound Delivery Teams Map
Corrections-based SUD Treatment Services Summary

 December Meeting Notes – in progress
MIDD Financial Plan
Fully Integrated Managed Care 
Value-based Payment Roadmap
Plan for MIDD2 Strategic Incentives and Non-Medicaid Support Pool

2008-2016 Meeting Materials

Please visit the archive page for meeting materials/notes from 2008-2016.
Name and Affiliation Representing
Barbara Linde (Co-Chair), Judge
King County Superior Court
Superior Court

Merril Cousin (Co-Chair), Executive Director
Coalition Ending Gender Based Violence
Domestic violence prevention services
Dave Asher, Councilmember
City of Kirkland
Sound Cities Association
Jeanette Blankenship, Fiscal and Policy Analyst
City of Seattle
City of Seattle
Kelli Carroll, Director of Special Projects
King County Executive's Office
King County Executive
Doug Crandall, Chief Executive Officer,
Community Psychiatric Clinic
Provider of behavioral health services
Claudia D'Allegri, Vice President of Behavioral Health
SeaMar Community Health Centers
Community Health Council
Lea Ennis, Director, Juvenile Court
King County Superior Court
King County Systems Integration Initiative
Ashley Fontaine, Director
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
NAMI in King County
Patty Hayes, Director
Public Health–Seattle & King County
Public Health Department
William Hayes, Director
King County Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention
Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention
Mike Heinisch, Executive Director
Kent Youth and Family Services
Provider of youth behavioral health services
Darcy Jaffe, Chief Nurse Officer and Senior Associate Administrator
Harborview Medical Center
Harborview Medical Center
Mitzi Johanknecht, Sheriff
King County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff’s Office
Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Councilmember
Metropolitan King County Council
King County Council
Krystal Livingston, Community Outreach Coordinator
Washington State Community Connector
Behavioral Health Advisory Board
Ann McGettigan, Executive Director
Seattle Counseling Service
Provider of culturally specific mental health services
Barbara Miner, Director
King County Department of Judicial Administration
Department of Judicial Administration
Mario Paredes, Director
Consejo Counseling and Referral Service
Provider of culturally specific chemical dependency services 
Adrienne Quinn, Director
King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS)
Lynne Robinson, Councilmember
City of Bellevue
City of Bellevue
Dan Satterberg, King County Prosecuting Attorney Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
Laura Smith, Executive Director
Snoqualmie Valley Community Network
Unincorporated King County 
Mary Ellen Stone, Director
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
Provider of sexual assault survivor services in King County
Katherine Switz, Executive Director
Many Minds Collaborative
Philanthropic Organization 
Donna Tucker, Chief Presiding Judge
King County District Court
King County District Court
Joshua Wallace, Executive Director
Seattle Area Support Groups
Recovery Services Organization
Chelene Whiteaker, Director
Advocacy and Policy, Washington State Hospital Association
Washington State Hospital Association/King County Hospitals
Lorinda Youngcourt, Director
King County Department of Public Defense
Public Defense






For MIDD Operating Rules, click here.
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Fax: 206-296-0583