Who do we serve?

We serve individuals who live in some 2,300 residential settings licensed or certified by the Department of Human Service (Office of Developmental Disability Services) or the Oregon Health Authority (Health Services). Specifically, you will find us responding to concerns of individuals in the following residential settings:

For Mental Health conditions

  • Adult Foster Homes (1-5 Individuals)
  • Residential Treatment Homes (1-5 Individuals)
  • Residential Treatment Facilities (6-16 Individuals)

For Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities

  • Adult Foster Homes (1-5 individuals)
  • 24-Hour Residential Homes for adults (1-5 or 6-16 Individuals)
  • Child Foster Homes (1-5 Individuals)
  • 24-Hour Residential Homes for children (1-5 Individuals)

Who can call?

  • Individual residents of any age
  • Roommates, peers and self-advocates
  • Friends and family members of individual residents
  • Residential home staff, and paraprofessionals regarding a resident(s) issue
  • Service Coordinators, medical providers, hospitals, social service organizations
  • Individual community members and local advocacy groups