ABA services provide interventions for members diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
The Choice Model Program is designed to promote more effective utilization of current capacity in facility based treatment settings, increase care coordination, and increase accountability at a local and state level.
The CCO Integration team is focused on community development and better collaboration and integration between behavioral and physical health agencies.
The Criminal Justice Behavioral Health program facilitates relationships between law enforcement and community mental health programs in order to divert individuals from the criminal justice system by developing community-based programs such as CIT (Crisis Intervention Teams).
The Early Childhood Program helps provide managed care, staff support, data, and resources to rural clinics that provide physical and mental health services to very young children and their families.
Through the NEMT program, transportation is provided for medical, behavioral, and dental health services covered under the Oregon Health Plan for members without other means to access those services.
The state is investing in senior behavioral health to better meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities by improving access to care, and by making sure that providers work together to provide coordinated, high-quality physical and behavioral health care.
Supported housing is a combination of financial assistance and supportive services that allows an individual to live as independently as possible in their own home.
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) program of GOBHI provides guidance to the Members of both Columbia Pacific CCO and Eastern Oregon CCO on the SUD programs that are available to them.
Wraparound is an intensive team based planning process that follows a series of steps to help children, young adults, and their families accomplish their family vision.
Children in therapeutic foster homes are in need of a higher level of care, structure and supervision than traditional family foster care. Providing this level of care creates opportunities for children to stay in their communities and helps prevent their placement in treatment facilities.
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) recognizes that traumatic experiences terrify, overwhelm, and violate the individual. TIC is a commitment not to repeat these experiences and, in whatever way possible, to restore a sense of safety, power, and self-worth.