The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) convened the Behavioral Health Collaborative (BHC) in the summer of 2016 to develop a set of recommendations that would transform Oregon's behavioral health system by building upon Oregon's coordinated care model to identify and address the system and operational barriers that prevent individuals and their families from getting the right support at the right time. The Behavioral Health Collaborative Report is available online. OHA has already begun moving towards implementation of those recommendations.
Behavioral Health Mapping Tool
The Behavioral Health in Oregon Mapping Tool is a series of maps used to display various dynamic and interactive information about the behavioral health system in Oregon. This mapping tool is an opportunity to showcase the services that are currently delivered across Oregon. Additionally this mapping tool:
- Provides a comprehensive look at Oregon's behavioral health system including identifying behavioral health service locations in each county, the numbers of Oregonians dealing with behavioral health conditions and the state funding being spent on behavioral health in each county.
- Can be used to identify gaps in Oregon's behavioral health system and help the state and local communities begin to find solutions.
- Provides information to local services for Oregonians looking for help.
You can find out more about the key features of the mapping tool by veiwing the Behavioral Health in Oregon Mapping Tool document.
Behavioral Health Data Maps
Behavioral Health Profiles App
County MH and SUD Services Total App
Medicaid, State & Local Funding App
Oregon Mental Health Service Areas – 30 Minutes App