Welcome to the Rocky Mountain MST Network
Improving Outcomes forYouth and Communities
A community’s unique culture, challenges and opportunities influence the well-being of families and children. That is why the Rocky Mountain MST Network focuses on the child, the family and the community in our work. We collaborate with agencies, communities, tribes and governmental entities to support the development, implementation and evaluation of Multisystemic Therapy (MST), an intervention designed to promote emotional and behavioral health and keep children and youth with their families and in their communities. Our work reduces juvenile justice and child welfare involvement — and costs — by working with agencies to deliver MST.
The goal of our partnerships are to provide strong localized support, working together to create strategies that are effective for agencies and the families they serve.
Experts in Multisystemic Therapy
We support over 30 teams throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Washington State and Texas delivering Multisystemic Therapy (MST) for adolescents. MST is an intensive, home-based treatment model for families with children ages 12–17 who have serious delinquency and substance use problems — including gang involvement, runaway behaviors and significant family discord — and are at high risk for out-of-home placement and/or juvenile justice involvement.