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Measure 110 Oversight and Accountability Council

Purpose

Ballot Measure 110, the Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act, requires the formation of a grant program to fund Addiction Recovery Centers and an Oversight and Accountability Council to determine how the grant funds will be distributed. The council will also oversee the implementation of the centers. 

Under Senate Bill 755 (2021), Addiction Recovery Centers are now known as Behavioral Health Resource Networks (BHRNs). Find more information for BHRNs and consumers on the Measure 110 resources page.

Seeking Council Members

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) seeks applicants to fill three vacancies on the council. OHA invites applications from: 

  • Physicians specializing in addiction medicine;
  • A representative of a coordinated care organization; and
  • People specializing in supported employment services for people who use drugs or with substance use disorder.

Please complete and submit the membership application by Dec. 1, 2022. OHA will review applications and send out offer letters to the selected applicants.

View the English application

View the Spanish application

Upcoming Meetings

Recent Meetings

For older meetings, please view the OAC meeting archive.

Rules

Measure 110 Oversight and Accountability Council Rules and Rulemaking Notices

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking effective 10/18/2022

Council Documents

  
Council Membership

Questions?

OHA welcomes your questions and comments about the council and Measure 110 implementation.

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