Find your providers, manage your health
Finding a provider is an important first step to managing your health! The provider directory is the list of all the YCCO in-network providers. This list has info about the provider such as their clinic name, phone number, address, if they are taking new patients and languages they speak.
Customer Service can help you with provider information if you don’t want to use the online directory. They can send you paper copies of the directory, or they can give you provider info over the phone. You can call them Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm at 855-722-8205 or TTY/TTD 711.
You can also download a PDF version of the Provider Directory below:
You can also use the resource guide below, along with the Provider Directory, to find Behavioral Health providers:
Coordinated Care working for your healthcare needs
Your YCCO member benefits include a range of support from your general physical health with your Primary Care Provider, to your mental health and dental care! You may have some questions about accessing specialty care, second opinions, and other important needs. Expand the options below to learn more. You can also give us a call on our Customer Service line.
Other resources are available to you in times of need
We work closely with community and social agencies. If you face challenges like homelessness or hunger, or have several health conditions, we can connect you with the right resources.
Visit our Community Health Hub page to learn about our Community Health Workers, and how to contact them to get extra support where you need it.
Traditional Health Workers
Traditional Health Workers (THWs)
Traditional Health Workers are here if you are facing any barriers that make it hard for you to be healthy. They also can help you connect with people and services in the community that might help you.
There are a few different kinds of Traditional health Workers:
- Community Health Workers (CHW): CHWs can help you in receiving the healthcare you need.
- Peer Support Specialists (PSS): PSS can give support, encouragement and help to those facing addictions and mental health issues.
- Peer Wellness Specialists (PWS): PWSs give support, encouragement and help to address physical and mental health needs.
- Personal Health Navigators (PHN): PHNs offer care coordination for members from within the health system.
- Birth Doulas: Doulas give companionship and personal, non-medical support to women and families throughout the pregnancy, childbirth, and post-partum experience.
Want to learn more? Call our THW Liaison, Lily Sintim, at 503-376-7426.
THW’s are not right for everyone. You can talk to your PCP and they can help you decide. You do not need a referral to work with a THW.
Traditional Health Worker Resources
Community Health Workers:
- CHWs are also available in some Primary Care Clinics, you can talk to your PCP to learn more!
- You can also click here to learn about Community Health Workers
Peer Support/Peer Wellness Specialists:
- Dave Romprey Warmline (800) 698-2392
- Oregon Family Support Network (503) 363-8068
- YCHHS Peer Support Specialists (503) 434-7523
- Project ABLE (503) 474-5509
- Provoking Hope (503) 895-0934
For additional information on peer services and programs offered in Yamhill County visit: https://hhs.co.yamhill.or.us/adultmentalhealth/page/peer-delivered-services
There are independent and doula hubs around the state.
- Pacific Northwest Doulas phone: (503) 877-2815 web: https://www.pnwdoulas.com/
- Yamhill Valley Community Doulas phone: (503) 583-2607 web: https://www.yamhillvalleycommunitydoulas.com/
You may use OHA’s THW registry to find other Birth Doulas that match your needs.
What's a PCP?
Your Primary Care Provider is your family healthcare resource.
He/she could be a doctor, a nurse practitioner, or a physicians assistant.
Need help finding a provider?
Call us at 1-855-722-8205
Monday – Friday
8am to 5pm
Call 911 or go straight to the nearest emergency room.
If you or someone you know may hurt themselves or someone else, call 911