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Behavioral Health Services eligibility is often determined by your insurance coverage.
Many insurance companies have the benefit of behavioral health case management. Behavioral health case management can assist with locating services for your child or youth.
If you have a commercial plan such as Regence, Blue Cross Blue Shield, First Choice, or Kaiser here is a link to behavioral health locator and case management services for many commercial plans.
Washington has transitioned to integrated managed care which allows services to be coordinated through a single health plan including mental health and substance use disorder treatment. If you or your youth are Medicaid eligible you should contact your Managed Care Organization (MCO) for care coordination and case management needs. Here is contact information for the MCO’s:
Amerigroup Member Services:
Coordinated Care Member Services:
Molina Member Services:
Community Health Plan of Washington Member Services
Can I access a behavioral health care provider for my youth over 12 if they do not consent? What is Family Initiated Treatment?
In Washington State, adolescents (ages 13-17) have the right to receive behavioral health services with or without their parents’ consent. Parents and guardians also have the right to get behavioral health services for their adolescent without the adolescent’s consent, if a behavioral health professional determines these services are medically necessarily. Family-initiated treatment offers a time-limited opportunity for behavioral health professionals to engage an adolescent with an end goal of having them agree to continued treatment voluntarily.
What information can my child/youth’s behavioral health provider share?
Washington state laws about what behavioral health information mental health professionals can share have changed. Mental health providers are now allowed to communicate some adolescents’ (age 13-17) treatment information to parents, if the provider believes that sharing this information would benefit the treatment process. This includes sharing information through Family Initiated Treatment (FIT).
It is important for adolescents to feel comfortable sharing their confidential information with their therapist. Mental Health disclosure form
Clark County Community Mental Health Providers
Private Insurance Behavioral Health Providers