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Toolkits and Resources

Find COVID-19 resources for school and daycare administrators, employers and long-term care facility operators.

This page is intended for school and daycare administrators, employers and long-term care facility operators. We also include a few resources for families, employees and caregivers. If you can't find what you need, please email us or call 503-846-8123.

Schools and daycare providers

K-12 School administration and staff

Daycare providers

Families

Workplace support

Employers

Employees

  • If you have concerns about your workplace, including COVID-19 health and safety issues, you can file a complaint on OSHA's website.

Long-Term Care facilities, adult foster homes and caregivers

Group Living Facilities

  • This includes skilled nursing, assisted living, adult foster homes, residential care, independent living and other congregate settings.
  • All group living facilities need to report all positive and pending COVID-19 cases to Washington County Public Health by email or by calling 503-846-8123.
  • COVID-19 information for long-term care facilities by Oregon DHS: English/Spanish
  • How long-term care staff can protect themselves from COVID-19 outside of work, so they don't bring the virus into a long-term care setting. English/Spanish

In addition to reporting to Washington County Public Health:

  • Long-Term Care Facilities should also report cases to DHS by contacting the facility’s assigned policy analyst or by reporting to the general DHS email.
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities should also report cases by email.
  • Adult Foster Homes should also report cases to both of these email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected]
  • If licensed with the Washington County Developmental Disabilities team, email Ted Barber.
  • If licensed by Oregon Health Authority-Mental Health in Washington County, email Melanie Tong.

Individuals and family caregivers