Beacon Health Options helps you get treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Services include:
Non-Crisis Services for People who are Low-Income, Uninsured and not eligible for Medicaid
- Mental health evaluation and treatment services for individuals who are involuntarily detained or agree to a voluntary commitment
- Residential substance use disorder treatment services for individuals involuntarily detained as described in state law
- Outpatient mental health or substance use disorder treatment services, in accordance with a Less Restrictive Alternative court order
- Within available resources and when medical necessity is met, Beacon may provide additional outpatient or residential substance use disorder and/or mental health services.
To ask about these services call Beacon at 855-228-6502.
Non-Crisis Services for Members of Molina HealthCare and Community Health Plan of WA
- Molina HealthCare plan members: Contact your provider who will register you for services. Or call 800-869-7165.
- Community Health Plan of WA members: Call 866-249-8174
Crisis Services for All Residents in Clark and Skamania County
- Professional counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (800) 626-8137.
- Mobile crisis outreach teams staffed by mental health professionals and certified peer counselors are also available 24-7.
- Short-term substance use disorder crisis services for people intoxicated or incapacitated in public.
Family Youth System Partner Round Table (FYSPRT)
Beacon manages the FYPRT for Southwest Washington. Download the FYSPRT Brochure or visit the Southwest Washington FYSPRT website:
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