Oregon Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs

Rule Rule 413-015-1230
Safety Service Provider Approval


(1)

The CPS worker or caseworker must inform an individual who has been considered and selected as a safety service provider that the individual has been approved as a safety service provider. The CPS worker or caseworker must further inform an approved safety service provider that the role of a safety service provider:

(a)

Is temporary; and

(b)

The role or responsibilities may change if Child Welfare obtains new information that changes the determination that the individual is suitable to manage a child’s safety, prevents the individual from fulfilling the role identified in assisting to manage a child’s safety, or the threat to child safety changes, is eliminated, or can be managed by a child’s parent or guardian.

(2)

The CPS worker or caseworker must inform an individual who has been considered but has not been selected as a safety service provider that the individual has not been approved to be a safety service provider.
(3) When an individual has been informed that the individual is approved or not approved as a safety service provider or the determination that an individual is approved changes, if the status change results in a change in the protective action plan, initial safety plan, or ongoing safety plan, the CPS worker or caseworker must refer to OAR 413-015-0435 (Develop a Protective Action Plan) and OAR 413-015-0450 (Develop an Ongoing Safety Plan).
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Jun. 8, 2021