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Integrated Management and Service Delivery Model


Two recent legislatively funded reports; one on the mental health system and one on the addictions system, identified the complicated structure of the mental health and addiction systems in Oregon. Both reports recommended changing the system to an integrated funding and service model that will:

  • Provide consistent service through out the state
  • Consolidate funding
  • Regionalize
  • Make the system more transparent
  • Gain efficiencies in utilization of resources

At the direction of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Services, AMH is moving forward with the establishment of two or three demonstration projects that will integrate addictions, mental health, and physical health services in Oregon. The system change will also focus on an integrated service management and payment system. These two changes will result in a simpler, more efficient use of state, federal and local resources and better services to those in need.

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Guiding Principles

The demonstration projects will be guided by the following principles:

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