(1)The court shall conduct a permanency hearing within 30 days after a judicial finding is made under ORS 419B.340 (Reasonable or active efforts determination) (5) if, based upon that judicial finding, the Department of Human Services determines that it will not make reasonable efforts to reunify the family.
(2)In all other cases when a child or ward is in substitute care, the court shall conduct a permanency hearing no later than 12 months after the ward was found within the jurisdiction of the court under ORS 419B.100 (Jurisdiction) or 14 months after the child or ward was placed in substitute care, whichever is the earlier.
(3)If a ward is removed from court sanctioned permanent foster care, the department shall request and the court shall conduct a permanency hearing within three months after the date of the change in placement.
(4)If a ward has been surrendered for adoption or the parents’ rights have been terminated and the department has not physically placed the ward for adoption or initiated adoption proceedings within six months after the surrender or entry of an order terminating parental rights, the court shall conduct a permanency hearing within 30 days after receipt of the report required by ORS 419B.440 (Circumstances requiring reports) (1)(b)(B).
(5)If an order is entered reinstating parental rights under ORS 109.383 (Notice of vacated judgment of adoption of Indian child or termination of adoptive parent’s parental rights to Indian child) or 419B.532 (Reinstatement of parental rights), the court shall conduct a permanency hearing within 60 days after entry of the order.
(6)Unless good cause otherwise is shown, the court shall also conduct a permanency hearing at any time upon the request of the department, an agency directly responsible for care or placement of the child or ward, parents whose parental rights have not been terminated, an attorney for the child or ward, a court appointed special advocate, a citizen review board, a tribal court or upon its own motion. The court shall schedule the hearing as soon as possible after receiving a request.
(7)After the initial permanency hearing conducted under subsection (1) or (2) of this section or any permanency hearing conducted under subsections (3) to (6) of this section, the court shall conduct subsequent permanency hearings not less frequently than once every 12 months for as long as the child or ward remains in substitute care.
(8)After the permanency hearing conducted under subsection (4) of this section, the court shall conduct subsequent permanency hearings at least every six months for as long as the ward is not physically placed for adoption or adoption proceedings have not been initiated.
(9)If a child returns to substitute care after a court’s previously established jurisdiction over the child has been dismissed or terminated, a permanency hearing shall be conducted no later than 12 months after the child is found within the jurisdiction of the court on a newly filed petition or 14 months after the child’s most recent placement in substitute care, whichever is the earlier. [1993 c.33 §135; 1993 c.546 §127; 1999 c.859 §14; 2001 c.686 §7; 2003 c.396 §79; 2007 c.806 §10; 2015 c.795 §11; 2018 c.89 §3; 2021 c.398 §34]
Section 419B.470 — Permanency hearing; schedule,