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The MIDD Behavioral Health Sales Tax Fund helps King County residents get well and stay well, connect to community, and thrive in recovery. Generated by a countywide 0.1% sales tax, it is our shared investment in wellness for people across King County.

In 2021, MIDD supported high-quality programs and services to address mental health, substance use, and other behavioral health conditions for those most in need. MIDD funding supports equitable opportunities for improved health and wellness, connection to community, and recovery, especially for people most affected by inequities related to race, income, and access to health care.

Read the 2021 Annual Report to learn more.

Explore the 2021 MIDD Results Dashboard for detailed results on MIDD Behavioral Health Sales Tax initiatives.

MIDD Impact in 2021

18,907

people served by 50 MIDD initiatives

$64M+

invested in communities across King County

141+

community and implementing partners

73%

fewer jail bookings among adults, over the long term

38%

fewer emergency dept. admissions, over the long term

42%

fewer psychiatric inpatient admissions by program participants, over the long term

85%

of youth participants in eligible programs had no new juvenile legal system charges filed

78%

fewer new crisis events, over the long term

63%

of participants in applicable programs had reduced substance use

2021 MIDD Results Dashboard

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