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  • The Oregon Registry Online Address has Changed!

    The correct address beginning September 1st, 2014 to mail all training and education documentation is: 

    Portland State University- OCCD, Oregon Registry Online, PO Box 751, Portland OR 97207-0751

    Click Here to find the updated Training Coversheets

  • Oregon Kids: Healthy and Safe

    okhs logo  Oregon Kids: Healthy and Safe (OKHS) is a training and online resource that childhood care and education (CCE) professionals can use to provide healthy and safe environments and practices for children in their care.

      Click Here to view their resources. 

  • Developmental screening: What it means for early learning providers
    Developmental Screening_What it means for early learning providers-1.jpgAs part of Oregon’s Quality Rating & Improvement System, many early learning programs will begin to participate in developmental screening in 2014. But what is developmental screening and what is your role as an early learning provider? More information and resources will be coming soon, but here’s a brief overview to get you started. ​

  • Bleach Concentration News
    Regular Bleach concentration has changed. If you are using bleach to sanitize and disinfect, it is more important than ever to check the label on your bleach bottle to know what concentration you are using and then mix it correctly. For more information around bleach concentration or to download posters and cards with quick information visit www.healthoregon.org/childcare and www.oregonmetro.gov/cleangreen
Quick Resource Links What's New in Child Care

  

Online Central Background Registry Application​

Apply online for the Central Background Registry.  You may submit a New, Renewal or Reopen your application.

 

     
 
Complaint and Compliance history provides information on complaints made on a facility that has violated regulations governing licensed child care.  The purpose of regulations is to protect the health, safety, and well-being of children in child care facilities.
 


 
Access myORO and Find Child Care Training in Your Area or Statewide.

  

Oregon's Quality Rating and Improvement System

The Quality Rating System recognizes, rewards and builds on what early learning and development programs are already doing well. It helps ensure children in QRIS programs are ready for kindergarten by connecting programs and providers with free tools, financial incentives and professional advice that they can put into practice with confidence.

 



 
Find Office of Child Care Forms and Publications.
NOTANo todos los materiales están disponibles en otros idiomas.
Para formas de la Oficina de Cuidado Infantil disponibles en Español presione aquí
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Примечание: не все материалы доступны на других языках
Для доступа к материалам Отдела лицензирования детких учереждений на русском языке, нажмите здесь
 

Chú ý: Không phải tất cả các  vật liệu  của Văn Phòng Giữ Trẻ có sẵn trong các ngôn ngữ khác. Bấm vào đây để xem các mẫu có sẵn trong tiếng "Trung Hoa hay Việt".

 

 
 
Contact Us:  Questions about Child Care licensing and regulations? Click Here to Write a Message  

  

 
Child Care Referrals have now transitioned to 211info!​
211Info will provide child care referrals along with secondary consumer referrals for comprehensive services.  A trusted place for updated information, 211Info is positioned to serve all segments of the population, including people experiencing poverty, professionals seeking resources for clients, individuals looking for rapid assistance in navigating early learning and health care systems​. We believe these changes will more effectively support providers in their professional development, and children and their families making decisions for their needs. 
 
211Info provides free guidance and information about:
·  Child Care
·  Behavioral Strategies
·  School Readiness Tips
·  Early Childhood Development
·  Family stress and anxiety
·  Parenting classes and support
·  Local play groups
·  Foster care support
·  Basic Family resources.. and much more!
211 will be open and available from 7am to 11pm, Monday through Friday and 8am -pm Saturday and Sunday, with multilingual services available.

Contact Information:  Call: 211   Text: the keyword Children to 898211

   Email: children@211info.org   Visit: www.211info.org 

 
​IMPORTANT NOTICE:  The Oregon Office of the State Fire Marshall has Moved

​The new address for the Oregon Office of the State Fire Marshal is:  3565 Trelstad Ave. SE Salem, Or 97317.   

 
​State and Federal Changes to the ERDC Child Care Subsidy Program
​Click the Links below to open the newsletter and learn what's new and what it means for providers and parents.
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Regulated Subsidy Family Home Child Care Rulemaking
 (Implementing the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014). 
The Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014 (CCDBG) requires states to develop health and safety requirements for all child care facilities that accept reimbursement through Child Care and Development Fund subsidy payments.
 
Oregon Revised Statutes 329A.505 authorizes the Office of Child Care to conduct on-site inspections when such inspections are required under federal Law and authorizes the Office of Child Care to require improvements or corrections necessary to bring provider into compliance. The administrative rules establish conditions and standards for compliance.  Due to these new requirements, the Early Learning Council must adopt administrative rules for regulation and monitoring of health and safety standards for programs that have been exempt from licensing. The requirement becomes operative on November 19, 2016. 
 
In May, the Council held its “first reading” of the Regulated Subsidy Provider proposed administrative rules as submitted by the Child Care and Education Committee (CCEC) ), serving as the Council’s Rules Advisory Committee.  The Council is scheduled to take final action on the rules on June 23, 2016, 9:00am-1:00pm, 3030 SW Moody Ave, Suite 250, Room 250 C&D, Portland, OR 97201.
 
Click here to view the proposed rules.
 
The public comment period on the proposed rules for Regulated Subsidy Family Home Providers closes on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
 
To access the Child Care and Education Committee’s rulemaking activities, please visit: https://oregonearlylearning.com/child-care-education-committee/
Comments may be emailed to Lisa.pinheiro@ode.state.or.us.