Introducing Telehealth at CBHA

In an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus and to assure the safety of our clients and staff, most of our services are now available through virtual appointments. These virtual appointments occur either through interactive video conferencing or phone calls.

Making these appointments available by phone expands our services to people who need routine care, and keeps vulnerable populations or those with mild symptoms in their homes while maintaining access to the care they need.

Give us a call if you have any questions on telehealth appointments. 509-488-5256

You can speak with your doctor or medical provider about:

Upper Respiratory Infections


Chronic Disease Follow-up (Such as high blood pressure, diabetes)

Medication Refills

Nausea Vomiting

Chronic Migraine (Not New)


Referral Requests

Follows Ups with Your Provider


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Our licensed counselors are here to help you during this stressful time.

Telehealth appointments can be done if you are feeling:





Our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner can offer:

Psychiatric services

Medication management options

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Telehealth eye care visits are suitable for mild changes in vision or health of the eyes such as redness irritation, or itching. Our provider will review your case to determine if a visit in-person is needed.

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Our dentist are offering video appointments. This will allow us to see the affected area in pain and be able to diagnose our patients better. Then we will determine if patients will need to come in to have an emergency procedure done.

Services that are being offering via telehealth:

Parents as Teachers (PAT)

Maternity Support Services (MSS)

Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Our Health educators will continue providing support and answer any questions you might have regarding any health topics, including the coronavirus. We are also providing family planning support including pregnancy tests and contraception counseling.

Note: Loss of vision in one or both eyes should be treated immediately at a hospital emergency department. Injuries, vaginal complaints, OB, well child, ear pain and other conditions may not be suited for a telephone visit. Also, telephone appointments are not appropriate for emergency conditions that present an immediate threat to your health, your safety, or someone else.

To get the help you deserve, make an appointment today by calling us at 509.488.5256. Insurance plans can now help pay for telephone appointments.