Healthy Families Oregon Mission Statement:
Healthy Families Oregon promotes and supports positive parenting and healthy growth and development for all Oregon families expecting or parenting newborns that need and accept extra support.
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Healthy Families Oregon Forms and Manuals:
All Forms and Manuals are available here
2017 – 2019 HFO Quality Assurance Checklist: Click here
Webinars and Trainings:
Handouts/slides from each Webinar can be found in the “Webinar Handouts” folder under the “All Forms & Manuals” link above.
2017 Zoom Conference Call/Webinar Schedule
January 2017: No Webinar
February 2017: CHEERS Update & Supervision Pilot Forms
March 2017: ZOOM Call, Program updates & Changes, HFA Safety & Sentinel Standards
January 2016: HFA Re-accreditation Kick-Off Webinar
February 2016: 2014-15 Status Report, Basecamp, 2016 QA Site Visits & CE 1, 2 &3 review
March 2016: Family Retention Analysis & Plan
April 2016: Home Visitor Recognition and Training
May 2016: Re-accreditation Planning, Standards 9, 12 & GA
June 2016: Supervisor Focus! Recognition and Training
July 2016: Parent Survey Update & Vroom Presentation
August 2016: Cultural Sensitivity Review (new REQUIRED template)
September 2016: Re-accreditation Planning, Standards 4, 5, 6 & 7
October 2016: Re-accreditation Planning, Standards 8, 10, 11
PLEASE NOTE: No webinars in November or December 2016
HFO Training Videos:
Accessing HFO Forms and Hiring New Staff Review (Danielle Morago)
Engaging Families In Healthy Families Oregon Services (Satya Kline)
HOME Observation Training Video
Home Visitor Safety (Oregon Health Authority)
HFA Webinar and Supporting Documents:
CHEEERS Webinar The CHEEERS training module is approximately 1 hour in length. Staff should print the CHEEERS Helpful Prompts and How to Develop Interventions using CHEEERS handouts for future reference when completing the training module.
Prenatal Home Visiting Webinar –The Prenatal Home Visiting training module is approximately 1.5 hours in length. Staff should print the Pre-Labor Conversations and Prenatal Home Visiting Resources handouts for future reference when completing the training module.
Access past trainings and webinars below:
For detailed information on important upcoming events, please contact Linda Jones via email: email@example.com