Tracking Home Visiting Effectiveness in Oregon (THEO) is a data system that collects home visiting data.
August 17, 2021
THEO data system will not roll-out to Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) agencies
OHA has decided to transition to the use of the NSO FLO system for NFP data collection and reporting. Transition planning will take place throughout 2021-2022. Transition details will be provided after that time.
Until the state has transitioned completely to using the NSO FLO system, MIECHV funded NFP programs will continue to submit MIECHV data forms to Tina Kent utilizing the current process.
THEO will roll-out to Babies First! and CaCoon programs and replace the FamilyNet ORCHIDS data system in 2022. A high-level schedule will be shared in September 2021.
Monthly status updates will begin in September 2021.
If you have questions or comments regarding this postponement, please contact Tracy Candela.
Information for THEO Users
Early Head Start (EHS)
Healthy Families America (HFA)
MIECHV Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)