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Community-Based Structured Housing (CBSH)



​Community-Based Structured Housing (CBSH) facilities are residential settings (i.e., congregate housing) that provide housing and meals for persons with mental, emotional, behavioral, or substance use disorders. They also provide residents with services and supports to assist their recovery.

  • Examples of CBSH include: Transitional housing, temporary housing, recovery homes and supported living placements.
  • CBSH facilities are not: Foster homes, residential treatment homes, residential treatment facilities, licensed care facilities, child care facilities, crisis respite facilities, college dormitories, or retirement homes.

Registration requirements


​CBSH facilities are registered annually. Inspections may be scheduled with or without advance notice to ensure continued compliance with the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) and Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS).


For more information on CBSH, please contact:
Lindsay Newton503-975-9506Statewide

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