If you would like to deliver services to FNHA clients, please first review the Mental Health Benefit page and familiarize yourself with Health Benefits' mental health programs.
To be eligible to provide mental health services to Health Benefits clients, you must be registered in good standing with one of the following professional bodies:
You must also agree to complete the San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training (Core Health or Core Mental Health) run by the Provincial Health Services Authority within one year of your confirmation of registration. If you require assistance with the Indigenous Cultural Safety program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Step 1: Register with FNHA
To register, please email a completed copy of the Mental Health Provider Agreement Overview and Form to email@example.com.
Please carefully review the instructions and make sure you attach all necessary forms to your application package. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Step 2: Register for Pacific Blue Cross PROVIDERnet
Once you have been approved as a provider with FNHA, you will be required to register for Pacific Blue Cross PROVIDERnet to submit Predetermination or claims.
Continue to inform FNHA of any changes to your status or contact information by filling out this form, in addition to updating PBC PROVIDERnet.
If you have questions related to registration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you are registered with the Health Benefits Program as a mental health provider, you can begin seeing Health Benefits clients.
For assistance with pre-determination and claims, please contact Pacific Blue Cross at 1-877-PAC-BLUE.