Tools for Providers
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Provides information on block grant reporting.
CPMS is a vital management tool that provides data on clients served, type of insurance coverage and performance.
COMPASS Project (formerly OWITS: Web Infrastructure for Treatment Services)
The Oregon Health Authority Addictions and Mental Health Division (OHA/AMH) is moving forward with implementation of a Behavior Electronic Health Record (BEHR) Solution which mental health and substance abuse providers can utilize at no cost. AMH is in the process of contracting with FEI.COM Inc to put in place the web-based solution, Web Infrastructure for Treatment and Services (WITS). Oregon is implementing this under the name Oregon WITS (OWITS).
This web page provides an array of report and data sheets on mental health and addiction treatment and prevention.
This web page provides you with user manuals and information of the data systems AMH providers uses to submit data in order to meet state and federal requirements
DUII service system resources and forms specific to DUII treatment providers and alcohol and drug evaluation and screening specialists (ADES).
Evidence-based treatment and prevention practices are those that research has proved effective. OHA is adopting proven practices in addictions and mental health services. The Oregon Legislature directed OHA and four other state agencies to spend increasing shares of public dollars on evidence-based services, culminating in 75 percent by the 2009-11 budget period. Approved practices, which have undergone independent review, can be found on this Web site.
Flexible Funding Financial Reporting Requirement (LMHA)
This page provides information for and about the managed care plans that contract with the Addictions and Mental Health Division (AMH) to provide mental health services to Oregon Health Plan (OHP) clients.
Medicaid Procedure Codes and Reimbursement Rates
Recovery Support and Auxiliary Services
This manual contains information on how to request enrollment as a DHS-approved provider of mental health of addictions services, definitions on commonly used terms and acronyms, billing instructions, and other items useful for providers.
The goal of the NIATx Initiative is to expand the number of addiction treatment providers in Oregon who will employ a simple process improving model that will make more efficient use of capacity, and improve access and retention.
Treatment and counseling services are available free to any Oregon resident who has problems related to gambling, either as a problem gambler or as a family member or friend of a problem gambler.
This web page provides an array of mental health and addiction recovery resources.
This web page provides an array of mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention resources.
Statutes, rules and OARs
Training/Workforce Development Resources
- Addictions and Mental Health Training Calendar
Local and Regional Events - Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Counseling, and Social Service Issues
- Traumatic Brain Injury
An Overview, focuses on background information for professionals who work with individuals with brain injury. The module takes about 15-20 minutes to complete, includes a test, and provides a certificate of completion with an 80% passing score. There is no charge for the training.