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Choice Model Program

Overview

The Choice Model Program, previously known as the Adult Mental Health Initiative program (AMHI), 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. It is designed to promote the availability and quality of individualized community-based services and supports so that adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses are served in the most independent environment possible and use of long term institutional care is minimized. This is achieved, in part, through effective utilization of current capacity in facility-based treatment settings, increased care coordination and increased accountability at a local and state level.

Target Population

The target population that this program serves is those with a Severe Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) diagnosis or those who because of a mental illness:

  • Are currently residing at a state hospital
  • Are currently residing in a licensed community based setting
  • Are under a civil commitment
  • Were under a civil commitment that recently expired
  • Would deteriorate to meeting one of the above criteria without treatment and community supports.

Scope

The Choice Model Program will expand and grow in areas that are currently developed to better serve and support these individuals in the least restrictive environment possible. These areas are:

  • Supported housing
  • Crisis and Mobile crisis services
  • Rehabilitative mental health services (not paid for by current insurance, such as case management for Medicare or private insurance)
  • Development and promotion of peer delivered services
  • Recovery-oriented services (cultural and community supports)
  • Supportive/supported employment
  • Guardianship services
  • Exceptional Needs Care Coordination
  • Transition Planning and Management

Contact Us

For technical assistance or questions about enrollment:

Sarah Carpenter
Adult Mental Health Coordinator – Care Management
Phone: 541-397-0315
Email: scarpenter@gobhi.org

Resources

Oregon Mental Health Residential Facilities