Oregon governor Kate Brown launched the Behavioral Health Advisory Council in October 2019. This page is an archive of the work of the Council.
The council will make recommendations to the governor and the Legislature with a focus on care for adolescents and adults with serious mental illnesses, including those with simultaneous substance use disorders.
“Behavioral health systems remain largely fragmented and separate from the rest of health care, and we are not getting the outcomes we pay for,” the executive order reads.
This post will serve as an archive for the Advisory Council. If you have documents, correspondence, photos, etc. you’d like to see posted, send to email@example.com
Gov. Brown convenes Behavioral Health Advisory Council, The Eugene Register-Guard, October 2019
New strategies add hope to addiction crisis, op ed by Patrick Allen director of OHA, October 31, 2019
Gov. Brown creates council to address severe mental illness, Salem Statesman Journal, October 25 2019
MEETING AGENDA AND MINUTES
Agenda, October 24, 2019
Behavioral Health Advisory Council – membership, October 2019
Behavioral Health Advisory Council – charter, October 2019
Behavioral Health Advisory Council – principles, October 2019
Behavioral Health Advisory Council – overview, October 2019 – document requires powerpoint or equivalent to open
Oregon behavioral health recommendations and reports – 2014-2019, distributed to group members
Oregon Performance Plan, 2016
Recommendation for State Support to Establish Peer Run Programs, Oregon Consumer Advisory Council Wellness and Healing Practices Committee, February 2018
Preliminary Recommendations Scope and Framework of the Comprehensive Addiction, Prevention, Treatment and Recovery PlanAlcohol and Drug Policy Commission, 2018
Report on Existing Barriers to Effective Treatment for and Recovery from Substance Use Disorders, Including Addictions to Opioids and Opiates – Oregon House Bill 4143 Report, 2018
Gov. Kate Brown’s Substance Use Policy Agenda: Creating Change through Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery, 2018
Recruitment Retention Recommendations for Oregon Behavioral Health Workforce, Oregon Health Authority 2019
Analysis of Oregon’s Behavioral Health Workforce, Oregon Health Authority 2019
Analysis of Oregon’s Publicly Funded Substance Abuse Treatment System, Oregon Health Authority 2019
Veterans Behavioral Health Services Improvement Study Report, Oregon Health Authority 2019