The Adult Mental Health Initiative, known as AMHI ("Aim-High"), is designed to improve coordination and community responsibility for the delivery of adult mental health services by AMH, CCO's. stakeholders and the community.
Civil commitment is a process in which a judge decides whether a person who is alleged to be mentally ill should be required to go to a psychiatric hospital or accept other mental health treatment.
When adults have an addiction and mental disorder.
Services and Support for young adults, age 12 to 25, experiencing psychosis for the first time.
Certification information for psychiatrists and licensed psychologists, in addition to a list of those that are certified.
Oregon State Hospital Website.
AMH works with consumers, survivors and stakeholders to develop strategies to increase the use and availability of peer delivered counseling services.
PASRR assesses, through progressive screening, whether applicants for nursing facilities have mental illness or retardation, and if the nursing facility is an appropriate placement.
The AMH Tobacco Freedom policy that addresses tobacco-free AMH funded residential facilities and resources for education and tobacco cessation resources for staff and individuals receiving services.
Tools, standrads and means for identifying and dealing with psychological trauma.
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) –
United States Department of Justice (USDOJ)
Matrix and Data Dictionary
OHA and USDOJ have a shared interest in utilizing the Health System
Transformation to improve health outcomes for individuals with Severe and
Persistent Mental Illness. OHA and USDOJ have agreed to collect data on
specific metrics to better understand the system and to engage in discussions
regarding services and outcomes. The Matrix identifies the metrics to be
collected and the Data Dictionary provides the definition and data collection
methodology for each metric.