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K-12 Students
& Families

We are passionate about youth mental health. We partner with schools and districts to provide solution-focused resources for students and their families, making mental health services accessible and easier to navigate.

How it Works

  1. 1

    Call, text, or chat with your Service Navigator or submit a request

  2. 2

    Get personalized recommendations for therapists and well-being resources

  3. 3

    Select your therapist and make an appointment

  4. 4

    Your Service Navigator follows up with you to ensure you’re getting what you need

Support Services

  • Crisis line 24/7
  • Family & relationships
  • Mental health
  • Behavioral health
  • Academic pressures
  • Community & well-being resources
  • Alcohol and drug misuse
  • Parenting challenges
  • Grief counseling
  • Legal & Financial consultations
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Students & Families

Get the care you need when you need it. Choose the best fit for you from our network of licensed and specialized clinicians serving students and their parents, guardians, and siblings.

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Schools & Districts

Find out how BPA Health’s personalized Student and Family Well-Being programs can benefit your school or district. Schools with support systems for behavioral health see improvements in students’ academic performance, attendance and well-being. 

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  • 1 in 6

    youth experience mental health challenges

  • 59%

    of youth with depression did not receive treatment

  • 7 in 10

    youth in the juvenile justice system have a mental health condition

Frequently Asked Questions

No. The only eligibility requirement is that you have a student enrolled in a participating district. BPA Health does not collect your income or health insurance information.

No. In accordance with your preferences, your Service Navigator will connect you with one of the licensed mental health professionals in the BPA Health provider network.

All services are confidential. The school only gets a general count of the number of people using the services, but they do not get any identifying information on who accesses service.

The benefits are available year-round, not just during the school year.

No. Any eligible family member may access benefits, even if the student doesn’t.

We guarantee a virtual appointment with a licensed therapist within 48 hours for anyone 13 years and older. In-person and virtual sessions are also available to youth 12 and younger. Wait times vary depending on the provider you select with assistance from our team.

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Connect With Our Team

Our caring Service Navigators are ready to connect you to the best-fit therapists, resources, and other services you need when you need them.