American Mental Health Alliance-Oregon

First Friday Information & Planning Meeting

December 7, 2018

Lucky Lab Brew Pub

915 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

Portland OR 97214

Free parking on site & street parking nearby

Food and drink available for purchase

Reservation Required - Call 503-222-0332

Event is Free & Open to AMHA-OR members,

former members & prospective members.

12:15-2:30 pm 

AMHA-Oregon is preparing for growth. 

Changes already in place for AMHA-OR:

  • AMHA-OR dues now paid monthly or annually
  • No AMHA-OR enrollment fee (formerly $800)
  • Two newly-created, fantastic directory and referral websites
  • Professionals under supervision by any licensed professional have very low participation dues and most member benefits.
  • Newly licensed professionals have low participation dues the first year they are licensed.
  • Members who previously paid Enrollment Fees have lower dues.
  • New members who complete the enrollment process have privileges and benefits from their first month of participation.
  • Member-Owners have full membership privileges.
  • Member-Owners choose whether or not to participate in group contracts.
  • AMHA-OR is being offered access to closed insurance panels.
  • Members benefit from AMHA-OR visibility, consultation, cross-referral and community support.

Reservation required, call 503-222-0332 on or before December 6 to advise you will attend.

Information regarding the new multi-function marketing site which goes live before the end of December, 2018 will be offered.

Come! Bring a colleague who wants to grow a new or mid-career practice.

Learn details about AMHA-OR's two new marketing websites (one static, the other incredibly multi-functional), the planned process of transition, changes, increased expectations and improvements for those who are interested in the income protection of contracts. Participate in new plans for promoting members' practices to the public.

AMHA-OR Board member Michaele Dunlap, PsyD and other Board members will present information, answer questions and welcome your ideas, suggestions and involvement. 

Reservation required, call 503-222-0332 on or before December 6 to advise you will attend.