Oregon Health Authority contracts – 2020

Here are a brace of Oregon Health Authority contract award letters which have to do with treatment of mental illness and support for people with mental illness.

OHSU – $1,024,000
The purpose of this Agreement is to provide culturally appropriate, behavioral health infrastructure to the African and African American community in the greater metropolitan area of Portland, Oregon (i.e. Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties)

OHSU – $1,414,680
This agreement provides consultation and training in 4 critical areas of children’s s mental health

ON24 Inc – $99,189
Live Streaming Webinar Solution for OEBB

The Oregon Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Intervention and Prevention Initiative – $96,905
Interagency agreement

Sunriver Resort – $56,320
Public health conference

Oregon Council on Problem Gambling – $320,000
Problem Gambling Workforce Development Program

Oregon Family Support Network, Inc. – $1,875,000
Statewide training and technical assistance

Oregon Health Leadership Council – $7,500,000
Membership in the Oregon Health Leadership Council is currently limited to medical groups, hospitals, health systems or health plans that do business in Oregon, or an Association representing any of the above that have been approved for membership by the Board of Directors. Each Member appoints one or more senior executives to represent the Member on the Council.

EASA – $1,185,000
Early psychosis intervention

Matchstick Consulting, Inc. – $623,110
Suicide Prevention Services (Sources of Strength)

PSU Regional Research Institute – $1,846,667
OHA desires to retain the services of an external entity with the technical expertise and level of staff support that will adequately address technical assistance and training needs in the areas of Trauma

The Mental Health Association of Oregon – $150,000

METRO – $45,495
Innovation Cafe Conference

GOBHI – Eastern Oregon Human Services Consortium – $1,720,137
(CMHP) is to provide a system of appropriate, accessible, coordinated, effective, efficient safety net services to meet the mental health needs of the citizens of the community.

GOBHI – $943,376
GERO Services

Health Share of Oregon – $1.00
Insurance Services

NAMI Oregon – $226,080
Training and Instruction (For Clients, Not Staff)

Bay Area First Step, Inc. – $50,400
Mental Health Services

Brian Sandoval, Psy.D – $150,000

Carla McKelvey, MD – $15,000
Clinical Transformation Consultants

Cindy Becker – $150,000
Administrative Services

DIANA M. BIANCO – $90,000

Lines For Life – $950,632
Suicide Crisis Intervention Services

Northwest Regional Re-Entry Center – $2,500,000
Post-Federal prison release program

Embassy Suites Hotel Portland Airport – $60,704
Hotel and Conference Facility Rental

Center for the Study of Services – $679,880
Medicaid Survey Administration – CAHPS