Health-Related Social Needs
Starting in 2024, Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs), providers, community organizations and others will launch a set of non-medical services not typically offered through Medicaid to Oregon Health Plan members as part of Oregon’s Health-Related Social Needs (HRSN) Initiative. HRSN services will include housing-related supports, nutrition services, and climate devices for qualifying individuals experiencing a life transition.
Community Capacity Building Funding
Oregon is providing HRSN Community Capacity Building Funding to support organizations interested in becoming HRSN providers. The Oregon Health Authority will distribute this funding regionally to CCOs including Trillium. Trillium and other CCOs will be responsible for reviewing applications, awarding funds, and monitoring use of the funds.