Or. Admin. R. 213-030-0111 - Use of Program Funds for Program Purposes Other Than Grant Awards
(1) The grant review committee shall determine a process for using up to 20 percent of the total amount of IMPACTS funding for operating a statewide program to support the design and implementation of community-based services. Programs may include, but are not limited to:
(a) Technical assistance to prospective grantees in developing proposals, particularly for developing proposals for supportive housing;
(b) Technical assistance to grantees for troubleshooting data collection requirements and sharing information with third parties as necessary for carrying out the programs;
(c) Statewide training, provided in-person and remotely, for grantees and non-grantees, focused on improving outcomes for the target population;
(d) Making resources available to district attorneys and defense attorneys for consultation on cases involving defendants with complex behavioral health issues;
(e) Developing or strengthening a centralized system to make available to communities for practitioners in professional specialties for which there is a shortage, including practitioners of addiction medicine and psychiatry; and
(f) A one-time investment in information technology to support the data system needs for the evaluation, accountability and innovation components of the program.
(2) The grant review committee may enter into contracts for goods and services to implement the program purposes listed in subsection one (1) of this section.
Statutory/Other Authority: SB 973 (2019) & Or Laws 2019, ch 563, § 1-14
Statutes/Other Implemented: SB 973 (2019) & Or Laws 2019, ch 563, § 1-14
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