Mental Health

ORS 430.235
Grant Review Committee

  • approval and distribution of grants


(1)

The Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Grant Review Committee established in ORS 430.234 (Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Grant Review Committee established) shall administer the Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Program established in ORS 430.231 (Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Program established), in consultation with the Oregon Health Authority.

(2)

The committee shall be responsible for approving grant applications and for distributing the grant moneys in accordance with rules adopted by the committee under ORS 430.231 (Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Program established). The committee shall designate a percentage of the funds to be set aside and awarded to at least one federally recognized Indian tribe.

(3)

The committee may advocate to state agencies on behalf of grantees to reduce the administrative burden of grants with similar goals, services and activities as those in the Improving People’s Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services Program.

(4)

The committee shall develop additional financial requirements for a grantee’s use of funds as described in subsection (3) of this section.

(5)

The committee may determine funding priorities based on the results of the outcome measures or the evaluation tools established by the quality improvement subcommittee established in ORS 430.236 (Establishment of quality improvement subcommittee). The subcommittee shall develop technical assistance and training strategies to support the grantees in meeting the grant outcome measurement requirements.

(6)

The committee shall establish partnerships with appropriate agencies and other entities to ensure that the information technology infrastructure is sufficient to efficiently collect and analyze program data and to transfer data as needed. To the greatest extent practicable, the committee shall use existing information technology systems and staff expertise. [2019 c.563 §4]
Note: See second note under 430.230 (Definitions).

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