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The Oregon Youth Authority periodically solicits for the following services:
  •  General Therapy
  •  Medical Services
  •  Sex Offender Treatment
  •  Dental Services
  •  Psychiatric Services
  •  Pharmacy Services
  •  Psychological Services
  •  Architectural & Engineering Services
  •  Residential Services 
  •  Training and/or Facilitation Services
  •  Alcohol & Drug Treatment
  •  Information Systems Services
  •  Multi-Dimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC)
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Direct Contracting Opportunities

  • Polygraph Examiners

The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) is needing to establish contracts with qualified Polygraph Examiners in order to obtain polygraph examination services. These services will assist in the treatment and supervision of OYA youth with sexually harming behavior.


  • Native American Services

The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) is committed to provide youth in custody with religious and culturally responsive services statewide. This application for Native American Services is intended to establish a list of qualified contractors to perform a variety of Native American Services in OYA’s facilities.


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Current Solicitations

OYA posts solicitation opportunities on the Department of Administrative Services Procurement Office's website (Oregon Procurement Information Network - ORPIN).
If you wish to see all services for which OYA is currently soliciting, please visit the ORPIN website at https://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome.
You may register with ORPIN to receive access to fully view solicitations and to receive automatic notification of new opportunities.  If you need assistance using ORPIN, please contact their help desk at 503-378-4652.
TIP:  Right-click a link and select "Save target as..." to save a copy to your desktop to complete.
Treatment Services Applications
  • Community Based Treatment Services RFA #415-1846-15 (Microsoft Word)

    Issued May 5, 2016

    Treatment services for youth (ages twelve through twenty-four years) who have been committed to OYA, and are on parole from a youth correctional facility or on probation, and are possibly at risk of being placed in a more restrictive setting.

Addendum #1 (PDF) - issued 6/19/2017; extended closing date to December 31, 2017

Addendum #2 (PDF) - issued 12/19/2017; extended closing date to March 31, 2018

Addendum #3 (PDF) - issued 3/21/2018; extended closing date to September 30, 2018

Addendum #4 (PDF) - issued 9/28/2018; extended closing date to December 31, 2018

Addendum #5 (PDF) - issued 12/31/2018; extends closing date to December 31, 2019

Addendum #6 (PDF) - issued 9/12/2019; updates rates effective July 1, 2019


  • Treatment Services Renewal Application  (Microsoft Word)

    Revised September 2019

    All providers requesting to renew a current contract to provide therapy and/or sex offender treatment and/or alcohol and drug treatment services and/or psychological evaulation services are required to complete a Treatment Services Renewal Application. ​


  • Application to Add Additional Staff (Microsoft Word)

    Revised October 2018

    All providers requesting approval for additional staf to be added as providers under the existing treatment contract are required to complete an Application to Add Additional Staff.

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Service Rates

IMPORTANT:  Practitioners should refer to current contracts for service definitions and provider qualification requirements.  Providers must also confirm that they are contracted for selected services.
Description / Instructions / Requirements
Effective  3/1/20
Psychiatric diagnostic evaluation is an integrated biopsychosocial assessment, including history, mental status, and recommendations. The evaluation may include communication with family or other sources and review and ordering of diagnostic studies (without testing).
Use for initial or ongoing eligibility for client with mental health or other psychological condition. Use for ongoing case planning, if appropriate. Reimbursement includes up to 1 hour of medical record review. Refer to medical review beyond 1 hour.
The psychiatric diagnostic evaluation may include interactive complexity services when factors exist that complicate the delivery of the psychiatric procedure. These services should be reported and used in conjunction with psychiatric diagnostic evaluation.
When requesting a psychiatric diagnostic interview examination, also request Preparation of Report (narrative report).
1 hour
  • Interactive Complexity List separately to be reported in conjunction solely with Psychiatric diagnostic evaluation.
Used when specific communication factors are present that complicate the delivery of a psychiatric procedure. Common factors include more difficult communication with discordant or emotional family members and engagement of young and verbally undeveloped or impaired patients.  
Typical patients are those who have third parties, such as parents, guardians, other family members, interpreters, language translators, agencies, court officers, or schools involved in their psychiatric care.
1 hour
  • Medical record review Psychiatric evaluation of hospital records, other psychiatric reports, psychometric and/or projective tests, and other accumulated data for medical diagnostic purposes, each 30 minutes.
When requested with Psychiatric diagnostic evaluation this service can be used for time spent reviewing client medical records beyond the 1 hour included in the evaluation, and not to exceed 3 hours.
Use for clients with a presumed severe psychiatric disorder. Psychiatric disorders are mental disorders including various affective, behavioral, cognitive and perceptual abnormalities.
3 hours
  • Preparation of report of patient’s psychiatric status, history, treatment, or progress (other than for legal or consultative purposes) for other physicians, agencies, or insurance carriers.
Restricted for use in combination when psychiatric diagnostic evaluation is used independent of any other evaluation.
Use for requesting a written report when requested for completing a psychiatric diagnostic interview examination. The written report must be in accordance with the recommended outline of the Comprehensive Psychiatric or Psychological Evaluation
Do not use if Psychological testing and evaluation or Neurological testing are authorized; report prep is included in those services.
Use for eligibility determination or ongoing case planning.
1 hour
Psychological testing evaluation services by physician or other qualified health care professional, including integration of patient data, interpretation of standardized test results and clinical data, clinical decision making, treatment planning and report and interactive feedback to the patient, family member(s) or caregiver(s), when performed.
Use for initial or ongoing eligibility to determine intellectual disability or ability to grasp facts and figures. Use for ongoing case planning, if appropriate.
8 hours

Developmental testing includes assessment of motor, language, social, adaptive, and/or cognitive functioning by standardized developmental instrument (with interpretation and report).

For Developmental Disability (DD) clients only.

Use for eligibility or ongoing case planning to determine if an individual is a person with a developmental disability which is attributed to an intellectual disability, autism, cerebral palsy or other neurological condition that may be characterized by a concurrent adaptive behavior deficit.  May be completed by school, psychiatric hospital, or other provider of residential services (request records).

4.5 hours​

Neurobehavioral status examination with interpretation and report, 1st hour
A neurobehavioral status exam is completed prior to the administration of neuropsychological testing. The status exam involves clinical assessment of the patient, collateral interviews (as appropriate), and review of prior records. The interview would involve clinical assessment of several domains including, but not limited to, thinking, reasoning, and judgment (e.g., acquired knowledge, attention, language, memory, planning and problem solving, and visual spatial abilities).  The clinical assessment would determine the types of tests and how those tests should be administered.
(a clinical assessment of thinking, reasoning and judgment, e.g., acquired knowledge, attention, language, memory, planning and problem solving, and visual spatial abilities), per hour of the psychologist's or physician's time, both face-to-face time with the patient and time interpreting test results and preparing the report
1 hour
  • additional hour of Neurobehavioral status examination with interpretation and report
3 hours
Neuropsychological testing (e.g., Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery, Wechsler Memory Scales and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test), per hour of the psychologist’s or physician’s time, both face-to-face time administering tests to the patient and time interpreting these test results and preparing the report.
Use to determine initial and ongoing eligibility to determine extent of brain damage in severely affected clients. If required, can be requested with Psychiatric diagnostic evaluation and Neurobehavioral status examination.
May be warranted when:
  • there is known or suspected history of problems such as seizures, birth trauma, brain injury or genetic disorders which   affect learning
  • there is known or suspected environmental contamination which may have affected brain development (e.g., lead poisoning)
  • there is a documented history indicating that a youth has either failed to progress or has lost skills previously attained
NOTE:  Neuropsychological Testing requires the pre-approval of the OYA Treatment Services Director in order to be paid under OYA contract.
8 hours
  • Psychological or neuropsychological test administration and scoring by physician or other qualified health care professional, two or more tests, any method; 30-minute units.
Use to determine initial and ongoing eligibility to determine extent of brain damage in severely affected clients.
12 units
Special Assessment (includes comprehensive mental health assessment, firesetter assessment, or sex offender assessment)

NOTE:  ERASORs should be billed under this section.

8 hours
Individual Therapy (QMHP, CADC)
Family Therapy (QMHP)
Group Therapy (QMHP, CADC)
Consultation/Treatment Meetings     NOTE: Telephonic okay
Special Reports - Mental Health Assessment by non-physician (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, psychologist, or QMHP)
Urinalysis – Alcohol and /or drug testing; Collection and handling only, specimens other than blood
​Functional Family Therapy (FFT)


$115.49​ ​

Polygraph (PIN02)
Non-BRS Placement
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Contracted Service Forms

Treatment Plan
Monthly Progress Reports
Therapy Services Activities Log
Discharge Summary
Special Report


Contractor & Volunteer Travel Expense Sheet

​Contracted Providers Consent for Criminal Records Check

YA8037 ​PREA Questionnaire
​YA4014 ​Facility Access Level 2 Volunteers and Interns
YA4015 ​Facility Access Level 3 Employees and Contracted Providers

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