- As of May 1, 2013, OMHCA has merged with the Oregon Counseling Association.
- At this point in our history, OMHCA members decided it was important to have one professional organization representing LPCs in Oregon. That one organization is now ORCA. OMHCA has ceased to exist as of May 1.
- We put our two organizations together to create one strong, unified professional organization to represent LPCs during this time of Health Care Reform.
- To contact ORCA, please go to www.or-counseling.org or call at (503) 722-7119
Mission & Purpose
OMHCA has merged its political and private practice expertise with the strengths ORCA provides with professional training, networking, student involvement, and social media into the new 501 c 6 Oregon Counseling Association. As a result, LPCs will have much stronger representation with one 501 c 6 representing all the LPCs in Oregon.
The new ORCA will work politically on your behalf in conjunction with COPACT, the lobbying organization for LPCs and LMFTs in Oregon. More information about COPACT can be found at www.copactoregon.com.
Healthcare Reform Briefing Recording
Listen here to the OMHCA webinar about what mental health providers can expect with Healthcare Reform:
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