Disaster and Emergency Preparedness and Response
In the event of an emergency or disaster, Addictions and Mental Health supports the delivery of behavioral health services. Local behavioral health services in the event of a disaster are delivered by the Community Mental Health Programs.
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, first responders and people evacuated into Oregon from locations impacted by disasters.
Attachment F – Behavioral Health describes behavioral health emergency response, authorities and responsibilities, and State-level roles during preparedness, response, and recovery.
Behavioral Health Emergency Response Field Guide (PDF) The field guide is provides guidance for both preparedness and response activities during times of disaster and emergency incidences.
External Disaster & Emergency Preparedness Resources