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The representation in the Stakeholder group is intended to provide representation and provide advocacy of the population(s) who may benefit from the personal services and housing resources available to qualified residents/clients within Oregon’s population and those that may benefit from those supports and services. 
Stakeholder representatives are volunteers who provide advocacy for those who may be unable to advocate for themselves. Listed below are the current Stakeholder members and participants who have expressed an interest in helping to establish the OCCP program.
Bob Joondeph – Disability Rights Oregon

Bob Lieberman – Kairos NW

Bruce Baker – Office of Developmental Disability Services

Chris Bouneff – NAMI – Oregon

Christine Burnett  - Oregon Rehabilitation Association

Cindy Helvington – Self Advocacy as Leaders

David Komeiji – Advocate

Deborah Cathers-Seymour – Chehalem Youth and Families

Diana White – Portland State University – Institute on Aging

Doyal Smith – Dual Diagnosis Anonymous Oregon​

JoAnn Vance – Providence Center for Medically Fragile Children

Jody Michaelson – Multnomah County – Aging & Disability Services

Joe Greenman – OHCA

Linda Kirschbaum – OHCA

Lydia Lundberg – Provider

Mary Jaeger – LTC Ombusdman​

Randi Moore – Oregon Cascade West Council of Governments

Robert Lee - Oregon Housing and Community Services

Rodney Schroeder – O4AD

Ruth Gulyas – Leading Age Oregon

Ruth McEwen – Consumer/Advocate

Scott Bond – Oregon Cascade West Council of Governments

Shawn Clark – Peer Delivered Services Coordinator – AMH

Sherry Stock – Oregon Disabilities Commissions

Suzanne Huffman –Oregon Home Care Commission  

Tina Treasure – State Independent Living Council – DHS

Vona DeSilva – Consumer/Advocate 

Other parties are involved with OCCP and all are free to attend the regularly scheduled meetings to provide input, support and advocacy for individuals who may benefit from the Oregon Community Choices Program.