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Mental Health Residential Treatment Transition to Coordinated Care

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In an effort to integrate behavioral and physical health and help people with mental illness lead an independent and healthy life, the Oregon Health Authority is working to transition 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 working with CCOs and stakeholders to transition Medicaid-funded personal care, habilitation, and mental health rehabilitative services to Oregon’s CCOs.

Resources and materials

Transition 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 »

Adult Mental Health Residential Treatment

Adult mental health residential treatment services help support, stabilize and begin rehabilitative treatment for an individual in a more home-like setting. Click below for more information on the current adult mental health residential treatment system.

Summary: Adult Mental Health Residential Treatment​

Contact us

Project Sponsor
Jeff Emrick
Deputy director, Addictions and Mental Health

Project Sponsor
David Simnitt
Deputy director, Medical Assistance Programs