SB 295 fact sheet
SB 295 Aid and Assist Training
During the 2021 session, the Oregon Legislature passed Senate bill 295, which took effect on June 23, 2021. This bill includes a reorganization of the aid and assist statutes, as well as, many positive, substantive changes to better support the aid and assist community.
Revised Order Templates
Temporary Rules for Community Mental Health Programs
- For more information about Community Mental Health Programs Community Restoration Services, please contact Forensic Diversion Coordinator Cody Gabel at CODY.W.GABEL@oha.oregon.gov or at 971-283-6160.
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SB 295 Safety Concerns Cheat Sheet
Serving Persons with mental illness in the right place under the right legal jurisdiction
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