- Southwest Washington: 800-626-8137
- North Central Washington: 800-852-2923
Common signs for concern include:
- Talking or thinking about harming or killing oneself or others
- Seeking guns, pills, or other ways to kill oneself
- Talking or writing about death, dying, or killing oneself
- Feeling hopeless
- Feeling very angry or looking for revenge
- Acting recklessly or doing unsafe activities
- Feeling trapped, like there’s no way out
- Increasing alcohol or drug use
- Pulling away from friends and family
- Feeling worried or irritated
- Having trouble sleeping or sleeping all the time
Beacon Health Options can help you get care for mental health and substance use issues.
Click here to see a list of resources, such as behavioral health care, transportation, and housing.
Non-Crisis Services for Those Who Have a Low Income, Don’t Have Insurance, and Can’t Get Medicaid
- Mental health testing and treatment for those who are involuntarily detained or agree to a commitment on their own
- Residential substance use treatment for those detained involuntarily
- Outpatient mental health or substance use treatment, in accordance with a Less Restrictive Alternative court order
- Within available resources and when medical necessity is met, Beacon may give more 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 Apple Health (Medicaid) Members
- Molina HealthCare members: Call 800-869-7165
- Community Health Plan of Washington members: Call 866-249-8174
- Amerigroup members: Call 800-600-4441 (TTY 711)
- Coordinated Care members: Call 877-644-4613
Opioid treatment help
If you don’t have insurance or have it but can’t pay co-pays, deductibles, or spend downs for opioid addiction, Beacon may be able to help. Beacon received funding through Washington State’s Targeted Response for Opioid Treatment Grant given by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in 2017.
Requirements for help include agreeing to take part in Case Management Services with Beacon and showing proof of earnings.
Priority is based, in part, on participants meeting federal poverty measures, and their past treatment.
Program administration is based on temporary and limited funding; ongoing treatment and support may not be given through this grant.
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 and Skamania Counties), please contact the Ombuds Melanie Maiorino at 866-666-5070 or via email at email@example.com.
- North Central Washington (Grant, Chelan and Douglas Counties), please contact the Ombuds Ken Sterner at 844-636-2038 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.