Oregon is investing in a coordinated system of care for children, youth, adults and families by strengthening partnerships, expanding services and supporting innovation. As the state continues to transform its health care system, Addictions and Mental Health is working with community partners to enhance behavioral health services and support health for all Oregonians.
The 2013-2015 Legislatively Adopted Budget (LAB) identifies specific services and system expansions that focus on promoting community health and wellness, keeping children healthy and helping adults with mental illness live successfully in the community.
Investments in children and young adults
Funding is being used to support statewide programs emphasizing prevention, early identification and intervention, and training and technical assistance for health care providers.
- Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)
- Technical assistance for youth peer-delivered support
- Technical assistance for family peer-delivered support
- Young adult community hubs
- School access to mental health services
- System of Care and Wraparound
- Parent-child interaction therapy
- Trauma Initiative
- Technical assistance for Collaborative Problem Solving
- Training for adolescent depression screening
- Oregon Psychiatric Access Line for Kids (OPAL-K)
- Young adult co-occurring disorder treatment
- Program for victims of youth sex trafficking
Strengthening community mental health services
Helping people with mental illness live successfully and independently in the community.
- Mental health promotion and prevention
- Crisis services
- Jail diversion
- Supported housing and peer-delivered services
- Supported employment services
- Assertive Community Treatment
Resources and materials
For descriptions and implementation strategies for each investment, please refer to these support documents.
Program funding - application materials
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Program funding - award information
Request for Proposal (RFP)
If you are interested in accessing procurement information related to these investments, visit the ORPIN web page.
For more information please contact:
Addictions and Mental Health
500 Summer Street NE, E86
Salem, OR 97301