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This page includes an alphabetical listing of all the services and information available on the Oregon Addictions and Mental Health website. Browse or search for your topic of interest by using the controls provided below.

2013 - 2015 Biennial Implementation Plans
Contains plans and supporting documentation for counties and tribal governments.
2013 - 2015 Mental Health Investments
Notice of awards for expanded services and supporting documentation.
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
Adult Mental Health Initiative (AMHI)
Delivery of the rigth services at the right time to adults with mental illness.
Services and Resources for Adults with Mental Health Issues
Affordable Housing
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
File a complaint regarding behavioral health services
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.
AMH Transmittals
Transmittals request action from, or provide policy, program, training and other information to DHS managers and staff.
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.
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
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.
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.
Client Services
Assistance and Resources for those looking for help. Alphabetical listing of client targeted services and resources.
Committee on Health Equity Policy (CHEP)
Confronting an Epidemic: The Case for Eliminating Barriers to Medication - Assisted Treatment of Heroin and Opioid Addiction
Consumer and Family Resources
Investments, Funding and Resources involving contracts
Co-occurring Disorders
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
Planning for Mental Health Treatment
Disaster and Emergency Preparedness and Response
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)
Electronic Health Record
Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)
Federal Contract Reporting Requirment
File a Complaint
Forensic Evaluator Certification
Friends and Family - OSH
Get Help
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
HB 2737
Assistance for Liscensed Health care Professional with Substance Abuse Problems
Health Professionals' Services Program
Legislative Updates
Managed Care
Measures and Outcomes Tracking System (MOTS)​ [formerly Compass Project]
Medicaid Services
Medication-Assisted Treatment and Recovery (U-MATR)
Mission and Strategy
Office of Consumer Activites
Opening the Oregon Health Plan
Oregon Administrative Rules - OAR
Oregon Community Choices Program (OCCP)
Oregon mORe
Oregon State Hospital
Oregon State Hospital Replacement Project
Oregon Web Infrastructure for Treatment and Services (OWITS)
Peer-Delivered Services
Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) Program
Problem Gambling Helpline
Problem Gambling Services
Procedure Codes and Reimbursement Rates
Provider Tools
Public Meetings
Reporting Templates and Contract-Related Documents
Reports & Data - Oregon and County
Residental Treatment System Transition Advisory Group
Resources for Crisis and Trauma Response
SAMSHA 2014 Grant Opportunities
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
Recent communications issued by Addictions and Mental Health
Stakeholder Messages
State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW)
Student Wellness Survey
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Resources
Substance Abuse Prevention
Substance Abuse Resources
Tobacco Freedom
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
USDOJ Agreement
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.
Utilization Reports
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).
Voter Registration
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. Addictions and Mental Health complies with this directive by providing voter registration materials to behavioral health facilities.
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

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