Mental Health

ORS 430.223
Comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan

  • rules


(1)

For purposes of this section, “program” means a state, local or tribal alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment program.

(2)

The Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission established under ORS 430.221 (Commission members) shall develop a comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan for this state. The plan must include, but is not limited to, recommendations regarding:

(a)

Capacity, type and utilization of programs;

(b)

Methods to assess the effectiveness and performance of programs;

(c)

The best use of existing programs;

(d)

Budget policy priorities for participating state agencies;

(e)

Standards for licensing programs;

(f)

Minimum standards for contracting for, providing and coordinating alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment services among programs that use federal, private or state funds administered by the state; and

(g)

The most effective and efficient use of participating state agency resources to support programs.

(3)

The commission shall review and update the plan developed under subsection (2) of this section no later than July 1 of each even-numbered year, beginning July 1, 2020.

(4)

The commission may:

(a)

Conduct studies related to the duties of the commission in collaboration with other state agencies;

(b)

Apply for and receive gifts and grants for public and private sources; and

(c)

Use funds received by the commission to carry out the purposes of ORS 430.220 (Director) and 430.221 (Commission members) and this section.

(5)

All state and local agencies shall assist the commission in developing the comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan.

(6)

The commission may adopt rules to carry out its duties under this section. [Formerly 430.242]
Note: The amendments to 430.223 (Comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan) by section 7, chapter 44, Oregon Laws 2018, become operative January 1, 2021. See section 9, chapter 44, Oregon Laws 2018. The text that is operative on and after January 1, 2021, including amendments by section 3, chapter 54, Oregon Laws 2019, is set forth for the user’s convenience.
430.223 (Comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan). (1) For purposes of this section, “program” means a state, local or tribal alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment program.

(2)

The Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission established under ORS 430.221 (Commission members) shall develop a comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan for this state. The plan must include, but is not limited to, recommendations regarding:

(a)

Capacity, type and utilization of programs;

(b)

Methods to assess the effectiveness and performance of programs;

(c)

The best use of existing programs;

(d)

Budget policy priorities for participating state agencies;

(e)

Standards for licensing programs;

(f)

Minimum standards for contracting for, providing and coordinating alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment services among programs that use federal, private or state funds administered by the state; and

(g)

The most effective and efficient use of participating state agency resources to support programs.

(3)

The commission shall review and update the plan developed under subsection (2) of this section no later than July 1 of each even-numbered year.

(4)

The commission may:

(a)

Conduct studies related to the duties of the commission in collaboration with other state agencies;

(b)

Apply for and receive gifts and grants for public and private sources; and

(c)

Use funds received by the commission to carry out the purposes of ORS 430.220 (Director) and 430.221 (Commission members) and this section.

(5)

All state and local agencies shall assist the commission in developing the comprehensive addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery plan.

(6)

The commission may adopt rules to carry out its duties under this section.
Note: See note under 430.220 (Director).

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