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  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse for Youth

    Questions and answers about access to treatment and involuntary and voluntary inpatient treatment for youth. Read More

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    Columbia Legal Services
  • Video - Public Mental Healthcare for Washington Youth

    This video introduces viewers to the kinds of public mental healthcare available in Washington for eligible youth under age 21. It explains the basics of eligibility and where to access the healthcare. It also explains some of the rights that youth have within the program, such as the right to participation in decisions about treatment, the right to privacy and the right to appeal adverse actions. Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
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    Spanish / Español
  • When can a minor access health care without parental consent?

    Washington State’s general age of majority for health care is 18 (RCW 26.28.010). However, a minor can receive some services without parental consent. This resources lists some of those. #5934EN Read More

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    Columbia Legal Services

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  • Video - Public Mental Healthcare for Washington Youth

    This video introduces viewers to the kinds of public mental healthcare available in Washington for eligible youth under age 21. It explains the basics of eligibility and where to access the healthcare. It also explains some of the rights that youth have within the program, such as the right to participation in decisions about treatment, the right to privacy and the right to appeal adverse actions. Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
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