Oregon Health Authority Announces Timeline For Behavioral Health Funding

(Portland, OR) — The Oregon Health Authority announced plans to distribute 517-million dollars to improve behavioral health services.

One-hundred-thirty-two million dollars in one-time grants will be used to stabilize the behavioral health workforce.

One-hundred-fifty-five million dollars will go toward behavioral health care rate increases.

Two-hundred-thirty million dollars will fund supportive housing and residential treatment programs.

These funds are separate from Measure 110 funding that was approved by voters.

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