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Mental Health Residential Treatment Transition to Coordinated Care

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​In promotion of integrating behavioral and physical health, the Oregon Health Authority is transitioning Medicaid-funded addictions and mental health residential treatment to coordinated care organizations (CCOs). The Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP) and Addictions and Mental Health Division (AMH) are transitioning Medicaid-funded personal care, habilitation, and mental health rehabilitative services to Oregon’s CCOs as agreed to in the State Waiver with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Transitioning residential services is essential to the integration of behavioral and physical health care.

Resources and materials



Behavioral Residential Health Providers

Care is available to Medicaid-eligible adult clients in licensed residential and non-licensed community-based settings.

Providers: learn more about the transition »

Residential Treatment System Transition Advisory Group (on hold)

The Residential Treatment System Transition Advisory Group is currently on hold. Learn more about the advisory group »

Coordinated Care Organizations

Residential treatment programs are transitioning to CCO management in two phases. The integration of adult mental health residential services into coordinated care is the second phase.

CCOs: learn more about the transition »

​Tiger Team Workgroup

Sometimes called a "Tiger Team", this cross-functional group will address key issues related to integration of residential services into CCOs.

Mental Health Adult Residential Tiger Team Charter »

Contact us

Project Sponsor
Jeff Emrick
Deputy director, Addictions and Mental Health Division
Phone: 503-945-8862


Project Sponsor
Rhonda Busek
Deputy director, Medical Assistance Programs
Phone: 503-945-6552