For Clark, Skamania, and Klickitat counties, Beacon manages these core services:
- Crisis System Overview
- Crisis Collaborative Working Groups
- Crisis Services Technical Specifications
- Crisis System Communication Materials
Mental Health and Substance Use Block Grant Planning
Each region in Washington must have a current plan that directs the administration of local behavioral health funding from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration.
- Mental Health Block Grant Project Plan Fiscal Year 2018-2019
- Substance Abuse Block Grant Project Plan Fiscal Year 2018-2019
- SAPT Block Grant Request for Response (October 2018)
Family Youth System Partner Round Table (FYSPRT)
CHILDREN’S LONG-TERM INPATIENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE (CLIP)
The Southwest Washington Children’s Long-Term Inpatient Program Committee (SWWA CLIP) is composed of various agency representatives and community members that meet on a monthly basis to help guide youth and families in navigating the most intensive, publicly funded inpatient psychiatric treatment available to them. CLIP services are designed for youth between the ages of 5 to 18 years old. Applying for CLIP enrollment is done region by region by a locally organized CLIP committee.
- Southwest Washington Regional CLIP committee facilitator, please contact Leah.Becknell@BeaconHealthOptions.com.
Behavioral Health Ombuds
The Ombuds service provides free and confidential help when you have a concern or complaint about your behavioral health services. It is independent of Beacon. The Ombuds service can help you with the grievance and appeals system. It can also help you file and assist you during an Administrative Fair hearing.
- Southwest Washington (Clark, Skamania, and Klickitat counties), please contact the Ombuds Melanie Maiorino at 866-666-5070 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Criminal Justice Programs
Beacon contracts with local providers to deliver services to individuals with a behavioral health need who are involved with the local criminal justice system or incarcerated in the local jails. Services are provided within the rules of the two state proviso funding sources: Criminal Justice Treatment Account and Jail Transition.
Click here to see a list of community resources to support individuals and families in need, such as behavioral health services, transportation and housing.