Tracking Home Visiting Effectiveness in Oregon (THEO) is a data system that collects home visiting data.
October 6th, 2021
2022 THEO Rollout to Babies First! and CaCoon Early Adopters
November 18, 2021Thank you to all agencies that volunteered to participate as early adopters in the THEO implementation scheduled for 2022. The following agencies have been selected to participate in the early adoption phase:
- Clackamas County Public Health Division
- Lincoln County Public Health
- Multnomah County Health Department
System Implementation within Babies First! and CaCoon will begin with an early adoption phase in late Spring of 2022. A high-level schedule and implementation plan will be provided in the December 2021 status update.
Babies First! and CaCoon Data Collection Changes
The Babies First! and CaCoon data collection documents are in the final stages of development. Once complete they will be sent to supervisors for review and dissemination.
Privacy and Security Agreements
If your agency has not done so already, please send the agency signed Privacy and Security Agreement back to: DHSOHA.InfoEx@dhsoha.state.or.us for OHA signature. Executed documents will be sent back to the agency.
Please note: The Exhibit A: THEO Account Use Agreement form does not need to be completed at this time. The THEO project team will collect the THEO Account Use Agreements during preparation for rollout for each staff member within an agency that will require access to THEO. Instructions will be provided during the Kick-off meeting for each rollout phase.
If you have questions or comments regarding this announcement, please contact Tracy Candela.
Information for THEO Users
Early Head Start (EHS)
Healthy Families America (HFA)