In the event of an emergency or disaster, the Addictions and Mental Health Division supports the delivery of behavioral health services. Addictions and Mental Health partners with State and local Public Healh and Emergency Preparedness organizations to deliver services under Federal Emergency Services Functions 6 and 8. Local behavioral health services in the event of a disaster are delivered by the Community Mental Health Programs (CMHPs), County Behavioral Health Programs that contract with local providers for services.
The All Hazards Response Plan describes AMH's response with local, state and federal resources to monitor and support delivery of Behavioral Health and treatment services post disaster or emergency to current Behavioral Health clients, responders, and people evacuated into Oregon from locations impacted by disasters.
Managing Behavioral Health Issues in Disasters and Providing Crisis Support Training - New
External Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Resources
|Psychological First Aid Training|
Sponsored by the Public Health Division. Emergency preparedness resource to prepare staff and volunteers to provide basic care, comfort and support to those experiencing disaster-related stress.
|Oregon Emergency Management|
OEM executes and maintains Oregon's Emergency Services System prescribed by ORS 401.
|Public Health Division - Preparedness|
Resource page targeting local Public Health Programs.
|Disaster App for Phone|
SAMHSA app to access critical, disaster-related behavioral helth resources from your phone.
SANHSA Emergency Mental Health and Traumatic Stress Services publication for Emergency Responders
AMH Emergency Preparedness Planner