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Community-Based Care settings include Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs), Residential Care Facilities (RCFs) and Memory Care Communities.
These facilities offer individualized services in home-like settings to older adults, people with disabilities and individuals with dementia or Alzheimer's disease.
Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 411, Division 54 define general licensing standards (411-054-0010) and requirements for new construction or initial licensure (411-054-0012).
If you are interested in opening a facility and becoming a provider, please contact us for more information.
If you are renewing your license, you can find the renewal application on our Provider Resources page.
Everyone has a duty to ensure resident protection and abuse prevention is a top priority. Reporting incidents of abuse or suspected abuse is a primary responsibility. Providers and their staff members must follow and are accountable for this responsibility at all times.
Learn about the definition and types of abuse, reporting duties, how to use the abuse reporting system, requirements for facilities related to abuse reporting and more in the Abuse Reporting and Investigation Guide for Providers.
View the Abuse Reporting Guide
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