Resources for Youth-Serving Providers

This page is for youth-serving health care providers and professionals. Here, you can find links to training, information, and resources requested by youth-serving medical and behavioral health care providers.

Youth Friendly and Inclusive Care
School-Based Health
Confidentiality and Minor Consent

Washington State Information

General Information

Billing Support

Managed Care Billing: Managed care coverage questions and managed care billing questions should be directed to the appropriate Managed Care Organization (MCO)


Health Care Authority - Medicaid/Apple Health:

  • Fee-for-Service (FFS) Billing: Most Medicaid clients are enrolled in an MCO. If there are students who are not covered by an MCO and are receiving services through FFS, providers can find fee-for-service billing instructions and coverage information in the appropriate Medicaid billing guide. There should be contact information in the billing guides for providers who have additional questions.

  • ProviderOne Support at HCA: can assist with technical issues such as how to submit fee-for-service claims in ProviderOne, help with enrolling providers in ProviderOne, how to review the remittance advices (RAs) in ProviderOne, and connections to other HCA support. They cannot provide coverage details (what is and what isn’t covered) or help with managed care billing.

Other billing resources

Behavioral Health

Trauma-informed/Healing-centered care

Suicide Prevention

Well-Child Checks and Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT)
  • Health Care Authority

  • Washington State Department of Health

    • Resources for Professionals and providers - Information, flyers, and brochures to download and share with patients and families. Includes a new toolkit for Extended Hours for Well Visits, as well as tips and tricks for increasing well visits.

    • Child and Adolescent Well-Care Visits - Washington State Department of Health - Provides more information on what a well-care check or well visit is, why it's important, and what to expect. This page is geared to parents and caregivers.

Teen Dating and Violence Prevention


    For resources and information for teens and young adults, check out Teen Health Hub WA.


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