The providers in the mental health and addiction services system of care are key partners of Multnomah County. Together with consumers, advocates, the public and other decision-makers, we build a recovery focused continuum of care to meet the needs of our community.
Information for Providers by Provider Type:
Mental health regulatory information, billing, best practices, and other mental health documents.
Oregon administrative rules, forms, and other policy and procedure documents specific to residential treatment providers.
Integrated services and supports rule and report on alcohol, drugs and mental health.
Find out how to become a provider for Mental Health and Addiction Services Division or other parts of the county.
IMPORTANT - HEALTH SHARE MEMBER IDENTIFICATION CARD CHANGES BEGINNING FEBRUARY 20, 2013.
As of February 20, 2013, Health Share of Oregon members in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties will receive a new Health Share Member ID card in the mail and begin bringing it to their appointments. Click here to see a sample of the new Member ID card.
What does this mean for providers? You can confirm eligibility as you have always done.
- The Oregon Health Plan benefit package has not changed.
- Members keep the same provider.
- Billing will continue through the current managed care plans.
- Referrals will be honored.
- Scheduled procedures will take place.
Visit the Health Share provider site for more information and updates.