We help you with mental health and addiction treatment.

Community Health Plan of Washington has a large network of providers who can help you with mental or behavioral health issues. These providers are called behavioral health specialists.You don’t need a referral to see a behavioral health specialist. If you’re not sure what kind of specialist you need to see, talk to your primary care provider or call Customer Service.

Use our online provider directory to find a behavioral health specialist in your area:

  1. Unclick the PRIMARY CARE button.
  2. Use one of these search terms: Counselor, Chemical Dependency, Mental Health, Psych, or Social Worker.

If you live in Clark or Skamania County, click here to access services and resources specific to your area.

Get help for your kids.

Many of our providers specialize in helping children and teenagers who are struggling with depression, substance use disorders, or other mental or behavioral health issues. 

Click here for a directory of clinics that specialize in helping kids and teens.

Search our online provider directory to find a doctor:  

  1. Unclick the PRIMARY CARE button.
  2. Use the search terms: Counselor, Chemical Dependency, Mental Health, Psych, or Social Worker.   
  3. Look in the Limitations section of the provider profile to see if they specialize in helping children and teenagers. 

Guides for Parents

Care outside of the doctor’s office.

Most of what helps you get better happens outside the doctor’s office. Organizing care in your daily life can be stressful. That’s why we have case managers to help you. Many of our case managers are licensed social workers, nurses, or specialists.

Case managers can:

  • Find you a provider.
  • Make sure you get an appointment.
  • Organize transportation.
  • Keep track of your medicine.
  • Help you set and meet health goals.
  • Connect you to extra resources that can help.

Case management is covered for every CHPW member. Call Customer Service to get started.

Understanding mental health.

Asking for help is nothing to be ashamed of. Mental health issues or addiction can be scary. They are treatable, though, like any other illness. 

Search our resource library in English or Spanish to learn more about these health issues.

Do you think you might be depressed? Take this quiz to see if you should talk to a doctor.

Do you think you might have a problem with alcohol? Take this quiz to see if you should talk to a doctor.

Our customer service staff is available from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.  Click here for ways to contact us.

Emergency resources

IF YOU OR A LOVED ONE IS IN CRISIS, CALL THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE: 1-800-273-8255

If you need help with substance issues, gambling issues, or other mental health issues, call the Washington Recovery Help Line 24 hours a day: 1-866-789-1511 or visit https://www.warecoveryhelpline.org.