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Training and resources for the transition of adult mental health residential treatment services to CCOs

An important next step in expanding the coordinated care model in Oregon is continuing the integration of behavioral and physical health by transitioning adult mental health residential treatment services into coordinated care organizations (CCOs).

Through ongoing collaboration with its many partners, the Oregon Health Authority is on track to complete the complex work of transitioning these services to coordinated care in July 2017.

The following resources, training materials, and information will help providers, CCOs, partners and communities prepare for the transition. Please contact us with questions or additional suggestions for training or resources.

​OHA Updates and Information
Residential Treatment Transition Project Update - June 23, 2015
Home CCO Enrollment Webinar - ​August 31, 2015
Contact list for CCO Behavioral Health Coordinators

Archive - 2014 Learning Sessions
Overview - Mental Health Residential System - February 24, 2014
Special populations - Mental Health Residential System - February 27, 2014
Legal and jurisdictional issues - February 14, 2014
Americans with Disabilities Act and Olmstead Decision - February 28, 2014
Archive - Previous OHA Updates and Information
Memo - July 25, 2014 - Update on Tiger Team progress
Memo - June 17, 2014 - Formation of cross-functional workgroup (Tiger Team)
​Memo - January 6, 2014 - Enrollment options and considerations for residential transition
​Memo - October 10, 2013 - Formation of Mental Health Residential Advisory Group
Memo - September 27, 2013 - Delay in Integration of Adult M H Residential into the CCOs