Contract requirements for community mental health or developmental disabilities programs
(1) A county may impose only standards, requirements and conditions for mental health or developmental disabilities programs that are substantially similar to the standards, requirements and conditions established for such programs by the Department of Human Services or the Oregon Health Authority.
(2) When a county contracts with a public agency or private corporation for a community mental health program or community developmental disabilities program, the county shall include in the contract only terms that are substantially similar to model contract terms developed by the authority under ORS 430.640 (Duties of Oregon Health Authority in assisting and supervising community mental health programs) or the department under ORS 430.662 (Duties of Department of Human Services in regulating and assisting community developmental disabilities programs). The county may not add contractual requirements, including qualifications for contractor selection, that are nonessential to the services provided under ORS 430.630 (Services to be provided by community mental health programs) or 430.664 (Additional developmental disability services that may be provided). The county may add contract requirements that the county considers necessary to ensure the siting and maintenance of facilities of the community mental health program or community developmental disabilities program.
(3) Subsections (1) and (2) of this section apply only insofar as funds are provided by the department to the county for community developmental disabilities programs or by the authority to the county for community mental health programs and do not apply to programs operated by counties without funding from the department or the authority. [1999 c.524 §3; 2001 c.899 §4; 2009 c.595 §514; 2009 c.828 §25; 2011 c.720 §181; 2013 c.36 §32]
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