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System of Care Advisory Council

Overview

Senate Bill 1 (2019) established the Governor's System of Care Advisory Council, which is staffed by the Oregon Health Authority and the Department of Human Services.

The council will act as a central, impartial forum for statewide policy development, funding strategy recommendations and planning, with the goal of improving the effectiveness and efficacy of child-serving state agencies and the continuum of care that provides services to youth (ages 0-25).

Learn more about Oregon's System of Care

Current appointments

To provide meaningful representation, council membership includes:

  • Individuals from Oregon's child-serving systems who have the authority to control resources and set policy within those systems, and
  • Youth and family representatives with lived experience in Oregon's child-serving systems.

Section 2 of the bill defines the council's membership requirements.

Meetings

This page lists meeting information for the full council and the following committees:

  • Executive Committee
  • Data Committee
  • Diversity Equity Inclusion Youth and Family (DEIFY) Committee
  • Grants and Finance Committee
  • Legislation and Communication Committee.

To view older meetings, see the council's meeting archive.

Next meeting

Recent meetings


Council reports and recommendations

  
Letter to the Governor on Budget – June 2020
Letter to the Governor to fulfill SB1 reporting requirements – June 2020
Recommendation to Agencies – Provider Capacity - June 2020
Recommendation to Agencies - Social Marketing - June 2020
Recommendation to Agencies – Temporary Rule Review - June 2020
Recommendations Response - DHS - July 2020
Recommendations Response - ODE - July 2020
Recommendations Response - OHA - July 2020
Recommendations Response - OYA - July 2020

Council documents

  
Council Bylaws
Council Membership
Stipend Form
Travel Claim Form

Council staff

Page Info

Hilary Harrison
System of Care Policy Coordinator
503-209-1949

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