Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network

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Welcome to Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network (MVBCN)!

We are a managed behavioral healthcare organization serving Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Members. We are directed by a partnership of consumer-advocates and service providers who offer a range of mental health and chemical dependency services in Marion and Polk Counties. It is our vision that this innovative partnership results in accessible, high quality and cost effective services for OHP Members.

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Oregon has a new, family friendly way to get help for children with intensive mental health needs. New Solutions is part of this Children's System Change Initiative (CSCI). Learn more>>

MVBCN Executive Committee meeting
MVBCN's Executive Committee will meet on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at 2:00p. Click HERE to download the press release... 22 March 2017
Hiring for Clinical Network Director
MVBCN is hiring for a Clinical Network Director. Click HERE for the job flyer. This recruitment closes on April... 17 March 2017
MVBCN Announces New Executive Director
MVBCN's Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Cindy Becker as the new Executive Director, effective... 02 Nov 2016
MVBCN Moved to a New Office!
MVBCN moved to a new office on Monday, November 24. The physical and mailing address is 2965 Ryan Drive... 24 Nov 2014
Collaborative Assessment & Management of Suicidality (CAMS)
MVBCN providers have committed to implementing a new evidence-based practice, Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS), across our... 04 Jun 2014

MVBCN has a number of regional clinical and prevention initiatives designed to meet the needs of Oregon Health Plan consumers and of our communities.
Collaborative Assessment & Management of Suicidality
Trauma-Informed Care
Co-Occurring Mental Health & Addiction Disorders

The Early Assessment and Support Team brings effective care and community support to young people experiencing a first episode of psychosis. With the right help, most people can recover successfully and have a full, productive life. More>>

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