|Rules, policies and protocols||BRS Rules|
Oregon Administrative Rules Guide
|Rules, policies and protocols||Procedure Manual|
Searchable DHS Child Welfare Procedure Manual
Behavioral Rehabilitation Services Referral
Placement Notification within a BRS Program - FOR BRS PROVIDERS ONLY
Behavior Rehabilitation Services or Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services Placement Information
Child Welfare Placement Information
Professional Foster Home Information – FOR BRS PROVIDERS ONLY
|Transmittals||Information Memoranda - July 15, 2014 (CW-IM-14-012)|
New referral form for Behavioral Rehabilitation Services (BRS)
|Transmittals||Information Memoranda - May 22, 2014 (CW-IM-14-009)|
Use of the Absent Day service for children in BRS-contracted placement.
|Transmittals||Policy Transmittal - January 15, 2014 (CW-PT-14-001)|
Behavior Rehabilitation Services Program
|BRS provider resources||BRS Rate Table|
Rates based on type of care.
|BRS provider resources||BRS Evidence of Readiness Tool|
Evidence of readiness guide - FOR PROSPECTIVE BRS PROVIDERS
|BRS provider resources||Licensing and Certification for Children|
The mission of the Office of Licensing and Regulatory Oversight (OLRO) is to conduct licensing and regulatory oversight of providers to promote the health, safety, and independence of individuals receiving care and support services.
|BRS provider resources||Invoicing Process|
Information and FAQs about the invoicing process.
|Caseworker resources||BRS Referral Checklist|
BRS placement checklist when referring children for BRS placement.
|Community resources||Coordinated Care Organizations approved for Oregon Health Plan|
CCO organizations and contact information
|Community resources||Children’s Mental Health System|
Developing a complete system of care to support children with special health care needs.
|Community resources||Wraparound Initiative|
Information for Coordinated Care Organizations regarding OHA's System of Care Wraparound Initiative
|Community resources||Novel Interventions in Children’s Healthcare (NICH) through OHSU|
In collaboration with CareOregon and other insurance providers, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital has developed a new program called NICH, Novel Interventions in Children's Healthcare, to provide intensive behavioral health care for young people living with diabetes, cancer, cystic fibrosis, kidney disease and chronic pain.
|Community resources||Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)|
EASA provides information and support to young people who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time.
|Other resources||Oregon Foster Child Bill of Rights|
Poster communicating the rights of youth in foster care.