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The Oregon Health Authority provides the nine federally recognized tribes and the Urban Indian Health Program specific funding to strengthen tribal mental health programs and expand service delivery based on community need.
This ensures that services and supports are culturally responsive and tailored to each community's needs, with the goal of promoting increased access and early interventions to support mental health care.
In addition to funding to support Tribal well-being, OHA provides funding to ensure the following services are available to Tribal members:
Tribes can use these funds to:
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