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Child and Family Behavioral Health

Overview

The Oregon Health Authority is improving behavioral health services to Oregon’s children by:
  • Championing effective and efficient statewide behavioral health services
  • Supporting safety for Oregon's children, young adults and their families
  • Incorporating System of Care principles and trauma-informed approaches
Together with our partners in behavioral health we are developing a complete system of care to support children with special health care needs.

Resources for families and teens

  
  
Early Psychosis and the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)Learn about Oregon's program to support young adults age 12-25 who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time.
Oregon Family Support NetworkOFSN promotes mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support, and advocacy.
Oregon Healthy Teen DataBiennial survey data of 8th and 11th graders
School-Based Health Center ProgramOffers in-school physical, mental, and preventive health services to youth and teens
Young Adult Mental Health HubsCoordinated, peer-based social support for young people ages 17-25 experiencing mental health or relationship challenges.
Youth Suicide Prevention ProgramPrograms and services to assist in prevention youth suicide.

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