Responsibilities to Monitor Certification Compliance
(a)When the assigned certifier or certification supervisor is notified that information received by a screener involving a home certified by the Department is referred for a CPS assessment, within one business day after the CPS worker has made initial contact with the certified resource family, the certifier must:
(b)Within 14 days of the notification required in paragraph (3)(a)(A)(ii) of this rule, the Department must provide written notification to the certified resource family that the home has been placed on inactive referral status and place a copy of the written notification in the certification file.
(c)The certifier must provide ongoing information regarding the certified resource family and any individuals living in the home to the assigned CPS worker and the caseworkers of each child or young adult placed in the home by the Department.
(d)If the certifier is unavailable, the certification supervisor must ensure that the actions required in subsections (a) through (d) of this section are completed.
(e)At the conclusion of the CPS assessment, the certifier and certification supervisor must:
(A)Staff the case and review all the information in the CPS assessment;
(B)Determine whether the information indicates certification actions described in OAR 413-200-0270 (Purpose) to 413-200-0298 (Confidentiality of Applicant or Certified Resource Family Information) should be taken; and
(C)Ensure documentation of the results of the staffing in provider notes in the Department’s electronic information system.
Rule 413-200-0283 — Responsibilities to Monitor Certification Compliance,