Oregon Health Authority activities to implement the Oregon performance plan
|Title:||Oregon Health Authority activities to implement the Oregon performance plan: mobile crisis services, criminal justice diversion services, discharges from Oregon State Hospital, supported housing.|
Mobile crisis services, criminal justice diversion services, discharges from Oregon State Hospital, supported housing.
At head of title: Independent consultant report #4.
Hyde & Associates, issuing body.
Oregon Health Authority, sponsoring body.
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|Extent:||1 online resource (42 pages)|
Title from PDF cover (viewed on December 4, 2018).
"This is the fourth report of the Independent Consultant (IC) regarding the Oregon Performance Plan for Mental Health Services for Adults with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (OPP). The context of the development of the OPP and the commitments of the State of Oregon represented in the provisions of the OPP were described in IC Report #1, dated March 2017. Contract and regulatory implications of the OPP were discussed in IC Report #2, dated October 2017. IC Report #3, dated April 2018, reviewed efforts and status of the State of Oregon's compliance with four services utilizing year one data and process information about the State's efforts to comply with specific provisions of the OPP regarding peer-delivered services, supported employment, Oregon State Hospital (OSH), and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)"--Page 5.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Mental health services -- Oregon
Mental health planning -- Oregon
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