Weekly COVID-19 Update Webinar/Conference Calls
OCEACT has scheduled weekly teleconference via Go To Meeting (as well as telephone conference line) to provide updates about ACT services, resources and strategies to best support ACT participants and staff during this emerging health crisis. When possible, representatives from Oreogn Health Authority will join the teleconference. Calls will be held on Wednesdays from 10am – 11am and from 2pm – 3pm.
Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
To join the conference call:
Please call: 1-800-920-7487 Participant Code 4365143#
March 18th, 2020
March 25th , 2020
10am – Meeting Minutes
2pm – Meeting Minutes
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- Oregon State Hospital COVID-19 Visitor Protocol – 3.15.20
- DFR-OHA Telehealth Guidance Final – 3.24.20
- OHA Telehealth Memo – 3.20.20
- Notification of Enforcement Discretion for Telehealth
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Is OCEACT going to still be conducting ACT fidelity reviews?
Fidelity reviews will be suspended at this time until further notice as advised by the Oregon Health Authority. Please connect with your OCEACT contact to reschedule.
Will OCEACT still be conducting trainings?
ACT teams can still request trainings from OCEACT. These trainings will be conducted virtually until further notice as advised by the Oregon Health Authority. To see a list of the available trainings, please click here to go to the OCEACT Statewide Trainings page. Please reach out to someone from the OCEACT team to schedule a training.
Can ACT services be provided telephonically?
Yes, ACT services can be provided telephonically. Some CCOs are providing guidance that behavioral health services can be provided telephonically. Check with your agency and CCO for clarification. Here are a couple references to review: