MIDD Annual Report and Results Dashboard
Behavioral Health and Recovery Division
The MIDD Behavioral Health Tax Fund ensures that people with behavioral health needs across King County are health, safe, and have access to the care they need. Generated by a countywide 0.1% sales tax, it is our shared investment in wellness for people across King County.
In 2020, the pandemic’s economic downturn reduced MIDD funds available for mental health and substance use services—just as the need was rising. Despite these challenges, MIDD funding supported partners to adapt and innovate to meet the moment with resilience.
Explore the 2020 MIDD Results Dashboard for detailed results on MIDD Behavioral Health Sales Tax initiatives.
MIDD Impact in 2020
people served by 53 MIDD initiatives
invested in communities across King County
community and implementing partners
centering equity developed by Advisory Committee
reduction in emergency department admissions, over the long term
community-driven events promoting culturally appropriate behavioral health services
fewer psychiatric inpatient admissions by MIDD program participants, over the long term
reduction in jail bookings among adults who engaged in services, over the long term
of participants who engaged with services had reduced substance use