About Oregon Access to Recovery
How do clients get involved in the ATR program?
To be admitted into the Oregon ATR program, clients must be screened for eligibility at a Recovery Management Center. Once they are enrolled, clients work with an ATR provider and based on their needs and choices are issued electronic vouchers to receive ATR-covered services.
ATR services are available in six counties. If you live in one of these counties, contact the Recovery Management Centers there to see if you are eligible for these services:
List of Recovery Management Centers:
- Douglas County -- 541-677-6117
- Jackson County -- 541-774-7800
- Lane County -- 541-683-1771
- Multnomah County -- 503-988-6000
- Umatilla County -- 541-278-6331
- Washington County -- 503-846-3500
Additional Recovery Management Center contact information is available.
How do organizations get involved in the ATR program?
Organizations that provide services listed on the ATR Services page and wish to become a provider with ATR should complete the ATR Provider Application under the Provider Tools section, or contact Matthew Pearl of the Addictions and Mental Health Division at 503-602-7443947-5540, or by e-mail: Matthew.Pearl@state.or.us. Organizations will be required to complete a Provider Application form and submit it to the Addictions and Mental Health Division.
What is required of clients receiving ATR-covered services?
OR-ATR clients must provide information that will be used to assess the effectiveness of the ATR program. Clients must be wiling to complete an informational interview five to eight months after their intake into the program. Additionally, clients will work with their Care Coordinator to determine their need for services.
What is required of organizations providing ATR-covered services?
Contract requirements of provider organizations will depend on the type of organization. Providers of Care Coordination will play an active role in coordinating client services and reporting client data to SAMHSA. Organizations that provide clinical and recovery support services, such as child care providers, spiritual counseling providers, mental health centers, and transportation providers, will provide those services through an electronic voucher system.