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Integrated Co-occurring Disorders

Overview

Co-occurring disorders (COD, also known as dual diagnosis) means having more than one behavioral health disorder. 

  • These can be substance use, gambling, intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) and mental health disorders.
  • Each disorder can cause symptoms of the other disorder, leading to slow recovery and reduced quality of life.

The high rate of co-occurrence among disorders argues for a comprehensive approach to intervention that identifies, evaluates, and treats each disorder concurrently. Concurrent COD treatment is the expectation for both addictions and mental health service providers. 

Integrated COD Program

For many years, research and best practices have indicated that an integrated approach to COD treatment is best; however, Oregon providers lacked the broader system supports and payment models needed to achieve this goal. To close this gap, House Bill 2086 (2021) directs the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to:

  • Reimburse for COD treatment services at an enhanced rate based on clinical complexity and the education level of the treating provider.
  • Provide one-time start-up funding for programs that provide Integrated COD treatment.
  • Study reimbursement rates for COD treatment, including treatment of co-occuring I/DD and gambling disorder. 

To do this work, OHA worked with community partners to establish the Integrated COD program for Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) members. The program will also:

  • Offer training, support and resources for provider agencies and staff to provide integrated COD treatment. 
  • Use a single payment model for integrated treatment services.
  • Develop a specialty clinical endorsement/credential for Integrated COD treatment and support providers.
  • Advance higher quality care to meet the needs of all Oregonians dealing with COD.

Documents

  
2024 Required Trainings
Approved ICD Programs
Clinical supervision requirements for integrated co-occurring disorders providers completing secondary behavioral health credentials
Community of Practice Group Schedules for 2024 - Clinical Topics
Community of Practice Group Schedules for 2024 - Program Administration
Core Trainings Checklist
ICD Billing Guide
ICD Practitioner Registration Form
Inreach/Outreach Plan
Overview: ICD Program Development and Implementation
Problem Gambling Specialist Training Checklist
Program Development Snapshot
Start-Up Grant Checklist
Technical Assistance for ICD Program Development
Time to complete required Integrated Co-Occurring Disorders trainings extended to July 15, 2024


Links

  
CCO Behavioral Health Directed Payment FAQ
CCO Behavioral Health Directed Payment Guidance
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
Dual Diagnosis Capability In Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) index
Dual Diagnosis Capability in Mental Health Treatment (DDCMHT) index
House Bill 2086 (2021)
Outpatient ICD Rule (OAR 309-019-0145)
SAMHSA Toolkit: Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
Training for ICD Problem Gambling Specialists

How to Apply

Complete the application form below. When applying, be sure to attach a completed ICD Practitioner Registration Form.

Apply to become an ICD provider

Program Portal

Use the portal to submit updated practitioner lists and quarterly reports.

Portal for List Updates and Reports

Program Contacts

David Corse, Treatment Program Development Analyst

Brandie Lyday, Treatment and Recovery Specialist

Blanca Fernandez, Intensive Services Co-Occurring Disorders Specialist

Nirmala Dhar, Research and Resources Coordinator

Integrated Co-Occurring Disorders Program Support