Behavioral Health

Get access to quality mental health and substance use treatment. Advanced Health pays for most mental health and substance use treatment services. If you’re already enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), your benefits include most mental health and substance use treatment services, including:

  • Assessments
  • Psychiatry and counseling/therapy
  • Substance use treatment
  • Medication-assisted treatment, also called medication-supported recovery
  • Mental health crisis services

Easy Guide to Mental Health

Coos County Circle of Support

Curry County Circle of Support

Coos/Curry HUB

Waterfall Clinic Mental Health HUB

System of Care (SOC)

System of Care (SOC) is a coordinated network of individualized services and supports to youth and families who have complex and significant behavioral and mental health needs. The goal is to create services and supports that are youth- and family-driven, community-based, and culturally and linguistically responsive.

SOC is designed to build meaningful partnerships with families and youth. SOC integrates care planning and management across multiple levels of care, and recognizes disability as a natural and healthy part of the human  experience.

To learn more about SOC, click HERE.

Coos SOC Barriers Identification Form

SOC Informational Page for Families and Youth

SOC Application

SOC Family and Young Adult Volunteer Opportunity Flyer

Youth Era Flyer

Wraparound Services

Wraparound is a collaborative problem solving process that brings together all of the important people and systems in a youth’s life to create an individualized plan for addressing your child’s needs.

Coos and Curry County Wraparound Care helps families work through complex challenges related to  emotional, behavioral, medical, and/or substance use needs.

For more information about our Wraparound services, see the brochure below.

Wraparound Brochure

Youth Empowerment and Support (YES) Program

YES is a child and family specific crisis intervention model that recognizes the developmental needs to children and works with the child specific systems that have a shared responsibility for children such as schools, courts, child welfare and community supports.

YES provides contact with QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professionals) and Family support specialists within 3 days of recommendation of services, provides skills training, family therapy, medication management, care coordination, youth peer support services, family support services and 24-hour crisis response services.

See the YES Program Brochure for more information.

Traditional Health Workers (THW)

Traditional Health Workers (THW) help with questions you have about your health care and social needs. They help with communication between your health care providers and other people involved in your care. They also connect with people and services in the community that can help you. THWs can help with finding a new provider, recieving the care you need, understanding your benefits, providing information on behavioral health services, and advice on community resources to use. The different types of THWs are:

  • Birth Doula
  • Community Health Worker
  • Personal Health Navigator
  • Peer Support Specialist
  • Peer Wellness Specialist
  • Tribal Traditional Health Workers

For more information, and to connect with our THW liasion, click HERE.

Additional Treatment Options

You may qualify for additional treatment options.

Intensive In-Home Behavioral Health Treatment (IIBHT)

Educational Videos and Information

Upcoming Events

Advanced Health is dedicated to providing criteria for Medical Necessity determinations for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder to members, potential members or contracting providers upon request.