Documents & Resources
Here is the link for the EAP Client Record and Site Review tool
Please click on the link below to complete a Separate Incident Request for a client or their family member.
This is a sample template for a standard release of information form.
BPA Health reviews the Provider Manual annually, at a minimum, incorporating changes since prior version. This document includes a general description of changes since the last manual update and the date of the change. List of updates can be found here.
BPA Health conducts its business fairly, impartially, in an ethical and proper manner, and in compliance with all laws and regulations. We are committed to conducting business with integrity underlying all relationships, including those with citizens, customers, suppliers, communities, and employees. We will investigate and address any instance of fraud, waste, or abuse that occurs in relation to our business.
See the attached for reporting fraud, waste and abuse.
This document includes instructions on how to submit an appeal to BPA Health. SUD Network providers, please see the associated SUD Appeals Submission Form.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
The BPA Health Provider Manual, published in October, 2022.
This document includes instructions on how to submit an appeal related to Provider Network and Credentialing Committee Decisions to BPA Health. These include suspension or termination decisions.
Informational card on opioid overdose resuscitation.
SAMHSA’s tips for survivors coping with grief after a disaster or traumatic event. Access here.
This webinar will discuss important considerations and resources for counselors prior to using telehealth with individuals who are experiencing domestic violence.
The Power Point can be found here.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guideline overview and resources for SUD Providers.
Resource information can be found ADA_Overview_final2017
The Idaho Behavioral Health Standards eManual can be found on the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s website. A link can be found here.
If you you have a question about the Idaho Standards can’t find what you need you there please follow up with IDHW. Their email is [email protected]
The YES Practice Manual provides information on how the system of care is used in practice. It is a guide for youth, families, and providers.
To view the YES Practice Manual, please click HERE.