OHA reviewing license application for OnTrack’s youth program

Medford, Ore. — Oregon Health Authority officials say they’re still reviewing a license application for OnTrack’s youth program.

In January, seven teens were transferred out of the organization’s facility after an unscheduled visit by the state, uncovered “deplorable living conditions.”

According to an OHA spokesperson, OnTrack has submitted about 60% of the documentation OHA asked for, but OHA says further review is needed to determine if the drug treatment organization has come into compliance.

Currently, OnTrack can not take in any new clients there, but it does have a certificate to provide outpatient services at a different location.

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