Residential Care Facility Administrators are responsible for planning, organizing and managing the operation of a residential care facility. While mandatory licensure does not begin until January 1, 2022, Residential Care Facility Administrators who were currently practicing as of May 15, 2019, had until July 1, 2019, to apply for a permanent or provisional license. The window to apply for currently practicing Residential Care Facility Administrators is now closed
. For additional licensing information please see the “How to apply for a residential care facility administrator license” link below.
For licensing qualification questions, please contact our Qualifications Specialist, Derek Fultz, at email@example.com or (503) 934-5009. For rule or policy related questions, please contact our Policy Analyst, Anne Thompson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 373-1904.
What You Need to Know
Scope of Practice Questions
Do you have a question about how a law or rule impacts your individualized practice?
Please know that the Health Licensing Office (HLO) and its boards do not provide individualized advice on how the law applies to practice in the field. Here are some resources:
- If you are looking for an attorney to provide you with legal advice about the statutes and rules governing your licensure, the Oregon State Bar has information on how to hire a lawyer.
- If you wish to make a complaint against a person for violating HLO and the board's statutes or rules, you may use this complaint form.
- If you wish to make a public comment on the statutes and rules governing your licensure, interested party feedback is encouraged at all public meetings.
- Guidance on how to obtain a license is available.
- If you believe HLO and the board's rules need to be amended, you may file a rule petition with HLO for consideration. Please note that any rules must fit within HLO and the board's current statutory authority. Please also know that the board will consider your position but might not adopt your proposed rule. The statute that governs rule petitions is ORS 183.390.
- If you believe HLO and the board's statutes need to be amended, information about the legislative process is also available on the Oregon Legislature's website.
Please know the HLO and its boards remain neutral on substantive bills proposing changes to its laws and cannot act on your behalf in any proposals to change the governing statutes.
If you have further questions, please contact Board Specialist Maria Gutierrez at 503-373-1906.
For licensing qualification questions, contact Qualifications Specialist Derek Fultz at 503-934-5009 or email@example.com.
For policy questions, contact Policy Analyst Anne Thompson at 503-373-1904 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For board recruitment questions, contact Paige Sims at 503-373-1915 or email@example.com.