Of the 16 Oregon Medicaid Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs), 15 support some type of housing-related support services. The CCOs support these services in two ways. For some services, the CCOs assign CCO employees or contract with individuals or provider organizations to directly provide the services to members to help homeless members obtain housing or help housed members remain in their existing housing. For other services, the CCOs refer members to non-Medicaid provider organizations that use non-Medicaid funding deliver the direct services needed to help homeless members obtain housing or remain in their existing housing. None of the . . .