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The Recovery Report is a monthly email communication to help the state's behavioral health stakeholders stay up-to-date on news from the Oregon Health Authority.

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12/17/2019The ‘most wonderful time’ can be a trying time

​The ‘most wonderful time’ can be a trying time; 5 questions with Hilary Harrison, System of Care policy coordinator; Youth Engagement Advisory group seeks new members; Youth Suicide Intervention and Prevention Plan: Year in review; CCO 2.0 provider webinar and slides now available to stream, download; OHA seeking applications for substance use disorder advisory group

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In this issue
12/17/2019The ‘most wonderful time’ can be a trying time

​The ‘most wonderful time’ can be a trying time; 5 questions with Hilary Harrison, System of Care policy coordinator; Youth Engagement Advisory group seeks new members; Youth Suicide Intervention and Prevention Plan: Year in review; CCO 2.0 provider webinar and slides now available to stream, download; OHA seeking applications for substance use disorder advisory group

10/10/2019The time is now for a better vision of behavioral health in Oregon

​Celebrating recovery with Oregon’s youth; applicants for System of Care Advisory Council due November 15; public comment sought on SUD treatment rates; OHA signs contracts with 15 coordinated care organizations

9/12/2019Join OHA, Oregon Recovers at a Walk for Recovery

​​Help shape behavioral health policy; share input on future policy for veterans’ behavioral health; CCO 2.0 webinar now available

8/16/2019Better serving Oregon veterans

Former OSH patient gets second chance in life; join us for a CCO 2.0 stakeholder webinar; behavioral health rule advisory committees 

7/11/2019The urgency of children’s mental health

​Addressing the increasing need for 'Aid and Assist' treatment; new adult residential mental health rates now in effect; the urgency of children’s mental health; raising the bar for OHP members; supported housing project opens in East Portland; volunteer opportunity: Mental Health Clinical Advisory Group

6/13/2019Building an accessible and seamless continuum of care

Director’s message; OHA, state hospital take action to relieve capacity crisis; Oregon’s first recovery high school; aid-and-assist bills advance; 3-minute feedback survey

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