The Oregon Department of Human Services licenses long-term care facilities including nursing homes, assisted living and residential care facilities, memory care settings and adult foster homes. These facilities must meet requirements specified by Oregon Administrative Rules, State and Federal law.
The department conducts routine inspections and investigates both licensing violations and allegations of abuse. For each facility, this search tool provides the following information:
Compliance history is just one consideration in selecting long-term care. Anyone considering long-term care should visit the Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon website , download the planning toolkit and participate in the options counseling process with the trained professionals in our service locations. Those seeking a nursing facility should also visit the Nursing Home Compare website.
Reports provided through this search tool are updated every 24 hours and may vary in the level of detail provided. Complaints under investigation, or findings that are being appealed by the facility, are not included.
Consumer Summary Statements
Senate Bill 815 requires Community-Based Care (CBC) Facilities to provide potential new residents with a Consumer Summary Statement at the time of admission. The statement is intended to give potential new residents a summary of services available and not available as well as an explanation of how residents can be required to move out if their needs exceed the services the facility can provide.