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Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC)

CCBHC Programs

​Twenty-five million dollars in planning grants were available to states to develop applications to participate i​​​n a two-year CCBHC demonstration program​. Only states awarded a CCBHC planning grant​ were eligible to apply for the demonstration program grant.

  • Oregon applied for, and was awarded a planning grant, as the program aligns with the state's broader health care​ transformation efforts, enabling Oregon to further advance behavioral health care for Oregonians.
  • The Oregon Health Authority subsequently submitted an application to SAMHSA to be considered for participation in the 2017-2019 CCBHC Demonstration Program. In December 2016, Oregon was selected as one of eight demonstration states.

The demonstration program is not currently accepting new applications.​

Oregon awardees of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) CCBHC Exp​ansio​​​​​n Grants​:

Awarded Feb. 2021:

  • ADAPT, Inc. (Roseburg) – $4M
  • Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (Klamath Falls) – $4M
  • ​Lifeways, Inc. (Ontario) – $2,026,560
  • ​Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness (Enterprise) – $2,520,792 

Awarded Nov. 2019:

  • Deschutes County Behavioral Health (Bend) – $4M

Awarded Nov. 2018:

  • Cascadia Behavioral Health (Portland) – $1,347,806
  • ​Options for Southern Oregon (Grants Pass) – $1,993,073


Use the search field to find a CCBHC resource by name or category, 

Final Report

Evaluation of Oregon's CCBHC Program (1/26/2023)


Demonstration Application Part I
Demonstration Application Part II
Demonstration Application Part II Appendices
Demonstration Application Part III
What is a CCBHC?

Contact Information

Kimberly Hoover, PhD
CCBHC Program Coordinator


The views, opinions, and content expressed in these materials do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), or the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).