Metro Crisis Coordination Program (MCCP)
Mount Olivet Rolling Acres founded the Metro Crisis Coordination Program (MCCP) in 1996 to provide crisis intervention and coordination of crisis resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. MCCP works with individuals, private providers, and public agencies in the Twin Cities metropolitan area to prevent crises and provide appropriate behavioral interventions and support. The MCCP team includes a director, clinical supervisor, behavior analysts, psychiatric nurse, information and referral specialist, and staff augmentation specialists, all with deep experience, to help with preventive behavioral interventions and crisis support planning.
Here at Metro Crisis Coordination, our goals for our clients are:
- To prevent crises affecting residential, work, and/or educational placements of people with intellectual disabilities or related conditions
- To provide timely behavioral consultations and assessments
- To operate in conjunction with existing services
- To reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalizations and allow people to successfully remain in the community
For more information, please visit the MCCP Website or call (952) 767-3125 for a referral.