are held the second Wednesday of every other month from 2-4 PM by Zoom.
meets quarterly on 4th Tuesdays from 3-4:30 by Zoom.
meets on third Tuesdays from 2-3 by Zoom.
Please contact us by using the Contact page if you’d like to join a committee or work group. Sometimes meetings get cancelled or times get changed and we wouldn’t want you showing up to an empty room!
Clearing house for any Metro-area community-based addictions provider issues. Past work has included working with payers to improve the addictions payment system including Multnomah County GF monies and pushing for addictions rate parity with mental health at Health Share and the state, as well as organizing sustainable training model for Trauma Informed Care. Current priorities include focusing on APMs for addictions services such as the SUD composite score. Chair: Mary Monnat, LifeWorks
Equity and Inclusion Committee
Provides leadership to association in E&I including implementing an equity lens in decision making and providing training, grants, networking and other resources to member organizations. Chairs: Patricia Weekley, Morrison Child and Family Services and Pierre Morin, Lutheran Community Services
TCBHPA members are community-based behavioral healthcare providers of all sizes, including hospitals, that specialize in providing cost-effective mental health, addiction and culturally specific needs for children, youth and adults in Clackamas, Multnomah and/or Washington counties. Not only does becoming a TCBHPA member put you in outstanding company, but most importantly it says you’re a leader.
Joining up indicates your desire to collaborate for improving our community’s healthcare system. While this entails working together for the overall cause, it also acknowledges your ability to improve your own organization with help from your colleagues. Indeed, the primary focus of TCBHPA is to ensure our members have the tools they need to be successful in ensuring excellent health outcomes. We accomplish this through advocacy, best practice advancement, shared learning and collaboration.
We invite your membership and welcome your participation. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for the dues schedule and with any other questions about membership.
Membership in the Tri-County Behavioral Health Providers Association gives staff and board members of your organization access to the following member benefits:
Building and strengthening relationships with payers
Networking, shared learning and collaboration with other providers
Relevant guest speakers at member meetings
Committee work on current topics: Addictions, Case Rates, Equity
Inclusion in Directory (see below)