Functions of Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority
- • report to authority on use of restraint or seclusion
- • rules
(1) The Department of Human Services shall directly or through contracts with private entities, counties under ORS 430.620 (Establishment of community mental health and developmental disabilities programs by one or more counties) or other public entities:
(a) Direct, promote, correlate and coordinate all the activities, duties and direct services for persons with developmental disabilities.
(b) Promote, correlate and coordinate the developmental disabilities activities of all governmental organizations throughout the state in which there is any direct contact with developmental disabilities programs.
(c) Establish, coordinate, assist and direct a community developmental disabilities program in cooperation with local government units and integrate such a program with the state developmental disabilities program.
(d) Promote public education in this state concerning developmental disabilities and act as the liaison center for work with all interested public and private groups and agencies in the field of developmental disabilities services.
(2) The Oregon Health Authority shall directly or by contract with private or public entities:
(a) Direct, promote, correlate and coordinate all the activities, duties and direct services for persons with mental or emotional disturbances, alcoholism or drug dependence.
(b) Promote, correlate and coordinate the mental health activities of all governmental organizations throughout the state in which there is any direct contact with mental health programs.
(c) Establish, coordinate, assist and direct a community mental health program in cooperation with local government units and integrate such a program with the state mental health program.
(d) Promote public education in this state concerning mental health and act as the liaison center for work with all interested public and private groups and agencies in the field of mental health services.
(3) The department and the authority shall develop cooperative programs with interested private groups throughout the state to effect better community awareness and action in the fields of mental health and developmental disabilities, and encourage and assist in all necessary ways community general hospitals to establish psychiatric services.
(4) To the greatest extent possible, the least costly settings for treatment, outpatient services and residential facilities shall be widely available and utilized except when contraindicated because of individual health care needs. State agencies that purchase treatment for mental or emotional disturbances shall develop criteria consistent with this policy. In reviewing applications for certificates of need, the Director of the Oregon Health Authority shall take this policy into account.
(5) The department and the authority shall accept the custody of persons committed to its care by the courts of this state.
(6) The authority shall adopt rules to require a facility and a nonhospital facility as those terms are defined in ORS 426.005 (Definitions for ORS 426.005 to 426.390), and a provider that employs a person described in ORS 426.415 (Licensing of persons who may order and oversee use of restraint and seclusion in facilities providing mental health treatment to individuals under 21 years of age), if subject to authority rules regarding the use of restraint or seclusion during the course of mental health treatment of a child or adult, to report to the authority each calendar quarter the number of incidents involving the use of restraint or seclusion. The aggregate data shall be made available to the public. [1969 c.597 §83 (enacted in lieu of 430.020); 1973 c.795 §4; 1983 c.601 §4; 1987 c.660 §20; 1989 c.116 §3; 1989 c.834 §17; 1991 c.122 §8; 2001 c.900 §133; 2007 c.70 §226; 2007 c.164 §1; 2009 c.595 §459; 2011 c.720 §166; 2013 c.36 §25]
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