|2013 - 2015 Biennial Implementation Plans|
Contains plans and supporting documentation for counties and tribal governments.
|Access to Recovery|
Grant funded substance abuse program operating in Clackamas, Lane, Marion, Multnomah and Washington Counties.
|Addiction and Mental Illness Recovery Services|
Client Services page that includes an alphabetical listing of client targeted services and resources.
Services assiting those with addictions
|Addictions and Mental Health Planning Advisory Council (AMHPAC)|
Advises the Addictions and Mental Health Division on isues involving: Behavioral Health Treatment Promotion and Preventions, Treatment, Recovery Services and Housing & Olmstead
|Adults Mental Health Services|
Inventory of affordable housing providing increased access to affordable housing for people in recovery.
|Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission|
Coordinating Oregon's priorities and policies related to alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment services.
|AMH Approved Evidence-Based Screen Resources (SBIRT)|
Screening tools to be used for the CCO or hospital incentive metrics; only the use of AMH approved screening tools will meet the screening requirements to count toward metric targets and benchmarks
|AMH Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5 (DSM-5) Memo|
Memo regarding the adoption of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual - 5 by Oregon Addictions and Mental - Health July 23, 2013.
|AMH Evidence-Based Approved Practices (EBP)|
Tool to assist providers to select and implement Evidence-Based Practices (EPBs). The list represents EBPs meeting the AMH definition and standards for EPBs.
Transmittals request action from, or provide policy, program, training and other information to DHS managers and staff.
|Assistance in Transition from Homelessness - PATH Application|
The goal of PATH is to reduce or eliminate homelessness for
individuals with serious mental illness or co-occurring serious
mental illness and substance use disorders who are homeless or at
risk of becoming homeless. 2016 Application is ready for public comment.
|Behavioral Health Information Sharing Advisory Group|
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has created an internal Behavioral Health Information Sharing Advisory Group to help improve care coordination.
|Behavioral Health Mapping Tool Technical Advisory Committee|
Committee reviewing GIS data involving behavioral health services and making recommendations on service delivery based upon that data.
|Behavioral Health Promotion Paper|
The Significance of Behavioral Health Promotion in Preventing
Behavioral Health Disorders Incidence
|Behavioral Health System Metrics|
Dashboards with key performance data
|Children's Mental Health for Families and Teens|
improving mental health services to children in Oregon by: Involving parents and youth in healthcare decisions, Delivering mental health services in the community, Improving inter-agency coordination and Acknowledging children's language and cultural heritage
|Children's Mental Health for Providers and Stakeholders|
Resources, policies and materials for providers and stakeholders.
|Children's System Advisory Committee (CSAC)|
Provides oversight of children's mental health system planning, coordination, policy development, fiscal development and evaluation of service delivery/functioning.
|Children's Wraparound Initiative|
Leading the way in developing and adopting services for children with special healthcare needs.
Delivery of the right services at the right time to adults with mental illness - Formerly the Adult Mental Health Initiative (AMHI)
|Civil Commitment Forms|
Process in which a judge decides whether a person alleged to be mentally ill should be required to accept mental health treatment. A civil commitment is not a criminal conviction and will not go on a criminal record.
Assistance and Resources for those looking for help. Alphabetical listing of client targeted services and resources.
|Committee on Health Equity Policy (CHEP)|
Supporting equity to all individuals getting services through the public health and behavioral health systems.
|Confronting an Epidemic: The Case for Eliminating Barriers to Medication - Assisted Treatment of Heroin and Opioid Addiction|
Information from the Legal Acton Center on the Opioid issues impacting populations.
Information for contacting State and County level Behaviroal Health resources including the Oregon State Hospital.
Co-occurring disorders refers to an individual having one or more substance abuse disorders and one or more psychiatric disorders. Formerly known as Dual Diagnosis.
|User Manuals, CPMS, Data Definition|
Contains reports and data from AMH Programs and Stakeholder Organizations
User Manuals, Client Process Monitoring System Information and Data Definition
|Planning for Mental Health Treatment|
Planning for Your Mental Health Treatment
|Disaster and Emergency Preparedness and Response|
Resources and information for developing and implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness Plans.
|Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII)|
Oregon’s driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII) service system is complex with several coordinating state and local partners. Addictions and Mental Health Division assists DUII Offenders when one or more of the partners are no longer involved with the DUII case.
|Early Psychosis and the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)|
Assistance for young adults, aged 12 to 25, experiancing psychosis.
|Electronic Health Record|
OWITS, part of the MOTS System, used by providers to capture client data.
|Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)|
Adopted and proven practices in addictions and mental health services.
|Federal Contract Reporting Requirement|
Information Required by 2 CFR Subtitle B with guidance at 2 CFR Part 200
|File a Complaint|
Location to file a complaint involving the behaviroal health system of care or contact our partner organizations to file complaints involving patient civil rights, abuse, etc.
|Forensic Evaluator Certification|
Information on the Forensic Evaluator Certification process, liscensing and filing a complaint.
Crisis Lines and Support and Treatment Services for individuals and families seeking behaviroal health services.
|Guía para la Declaración para el Tratamiento de la Salud Mental en Oregon|
Cómo puedo planificar
desde ahora el tratamiento
para mi salud mental que
desee recibir si atravesase
por una crisis mental
OHA is accepting applications from providers seeking certtification as a "non-inpatient" behavioral health provider.
|Health Professional's Services Program|
Assistance for Health Care Professionals with substance abuse issues.
Information of OHA Budget, Legislative Actions and Ways and Meann
|Measures and Outcomes Tracking System (MOTS)|
A comprehensive electronic data system used by behavioral health service providers.
Rules and guidleines impacting Medicaid and behavioral health services in Oregon
|Medication-Assisted Treatment and Recovery (U-MATR)|
Opioid Treatment Programs dispense and administer medications for the treatment of opioid addiction.
|Mission and Strategy|
A healthy Oregon where mental health disorders and addiction to substances and or gambling are prevented through education, early intervention and access to appropriate health care.
|Office of Consumer Activites|
Created to address issues important to individuals who receive behavioral health services.
|Oregon Administrative Rules|
Administrative rules and Statutes impact behavioral health system of care.
|Oregon Health Plan|
Oregon's Medicaid Program
Program targeting underage drinking, its effects and treatment.
|Friends and Family - OSH|
Access to Oregon State Hopsital Website with information relevant to family and friedns of clients.
|Oregon State Hospital|
Access Oregon State Hospital Public Website
Certification of individuals who “lived the behavioral health experience” to provide services to those in need of behavioral health services.
|Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) Program|
PASRR are federal requirements to evaluate all individuals who will be admitted to a Medicare/Medicaid certified NF, regardless of payment source, for indicators of SMI or ID.
Information for providers and stakeholders on Prevention Programs.
|Problem Gambling Services|
Supports problem gambling prevention, education, treatment and recovery programs and to reduce the impacts on individuals, families and communities.
Listing of resources and information available to Providers and Stakeholders of the Oregon Addictions and Mental Health.
Information and materials involving AMH governing and liasion group's.
|Reporting Templates and Contract-Related Documents|
Templates and documents supporting contract reporting and compliance.
|Reports & Data|
Reports and data from AMH Programs and Stakeholder Organizations - State and County
|Residental Treatment System Transition Advisory Group - RTT|
Transforming our health care delivery system.
|Resources for Crisis and Trauma Response|
When a crisis occurs in a community, everyone is affected. Adults, parents, teachers and students are often not prepared to deal with the emotional response associated with an event.
|2016 Funding Grant Opportunities|
Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Grant Funding Opportunites
|Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)|
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based, effective method to treat alcohol and drug misuse.
|State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW)|
SEOW is to use data to inform and enhance state and community decisions regarding substance use and MEB disorder prevention programs, practices, and policies.
|Student Wellness Survey|
The Student Wellness Survey (SWS) was introduced in 2010 to assess school climate, positive youth development and the behavioral health of Oregon youth. It is an anonymous, research-based survey of students in grades 6, 8 and 11
|Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Resources|
Materials includes those focused on behavioral health needs following a traumatic event, and separate sections listing materials for addressing the special needs of children and caregivers and disaster responders.
|Substance Abuse Prevention|
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Prevention
Requires all residential mental health and addictions providers licensed by AMH to maintain residential properties that are free from tobacco use.
|Tools for Providers|
Resources and information available to Providers and Stakeholders of the Oregon Addictions and Mental Health.
Trauma informed and Trauma-Specific Services and Resources
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.
Reports and data from AMH Programs and Stakeholder Organizations.
|Voluntary Mental Health Database|
Individuals with mental illness can voluntarily disclose their medical information to a Community Mental Health Program (CMHP).
The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993 requires public agencies which provide public assistance or services to persons with disabilities to also provide vote registration opportunities.
|Young Adult Mental Health Hubs|
Coordinated and peer-based social support for young people between 17-25 experiencing mental health or relationship challenges.
|Your Life Matters - Suicide Prevention Campaign|
Suicide Prevention Campaign for Faith Communities