Washington County Behavioral Health offers a continuum of Mental Health Services for Adults, Older Adults, and Transition Age Youth utilizing its system of providers funded either directly through the BHDS office or through the Behavioral Health Managed Care Organization (BHMCO), Value Behavioral Health.
Contact the Administrative Assistant, Erin Geyer for more information.
Services include, but are not limited to:
Acute Inpatient Behavioral Health
Partial Hospital Treatment
Assertive Community Treatment Teams
Recovery Oriented Services
Multiple residential and housing options (for those who meet the criteria)
Our office works to ensure quality of service through Consumer Satisfaction Survey Team Surveys, Incident Management (including Root Cause Analysis), Evidence Based Practices, oversight of Residential Programs, utilization of the Quality Management Committee, and monthly monitoring of Community Support Program (CSP) state hospital discharges and diversions.