Senate Bill 555 passes. Establishes the Juvenile Crime Prevention Advisory Committee, with members appointed by the Governor; provides for the development of a single local plan for coordinating programs, strategies and services for children who are 0-18 years of age and their families among community groups, government agencies, private providers and other parties.
Executive Order transfers Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee and Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention formula grants to the Criminal Justice Commission from the State Commission on Children & Families.
Legislation transfers Oregon Youth Conservation Corps from the State Commission on Children & Families to Community Colleges.
Commission system develops and utilizes BUILDING RESULTS: From Wellness Goals to Positive Outcomes for Oregon's Children, Youth, and Families in linking goals to outcomes. Accountability system is developed and training provided that includes internal controls, strategy development, and outcome measurement.
Oregon Commission on Children and Families adopts System Development and Implementation Framework that outlines its Mission and four major Goals
- Create a wellness system.
- Create and encourage collaborative partnerships.
- Establish a structured community planning & decision making process.
- Be accountable for what we do.
Local commissions implement comprehensive plan, update comprehensive plan for 1997-99 biennium, accountability structure is established, and strategic plan is developed.
Governor makes appointments to new Oregon Commission on Children & Families.
County Boards of Commissioners appoint Local Commissions on Children & Families and organizational meetings are held.
Local Commissions on Children & Families submit comprehensive plans for implementation in the 1995-97 biennium.
In response to recommendations of the Children's Care Team, legislature passed HB2003/Creates Deschutes County Commission on Children and Families, HB 2004/Oregon Commission on Children and Families and HB 2008/Healthy Start Program.
Budget development based on eleven Commission-approved benchmarks.
State Commission forms partnership with Health Division to develop Teen Pregnancy benchmark.
Education to establish Goals 2000 draft for Governor's Office focusing on Readiness to Learn benchmark. 1993-95 Budget development based on this benchmark.
Children's Care Team (Interim Legislative Committee) formed by House Speaker Larry Campbell.
Program standards adopted by State Commission and planning guidelines disseminated.
U.S. Congress appropriates Child Care and Development Block Grant and Department of Human Resources, Office of Child Care Coordinator designated lead agency (interagency planning with Dept. of Education, State Commission and others).
Discretionary Child Care and Development Block Grant funds granted to State Commission for local planning and program development.
Commission designated lead agency for the Readiness to Learn/Early Childhood Development benchmark.
Governor issues an Executive Order transferring the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee and Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Formula Grant to the new State Commission.
Oregon Youth Conservation Corps and Oregon Community Services Corps transferred from Employment Division to State Commission.
- Youth Conservation Corps Advisory Committee and Board of Directors transferred, and continues to oversee programs.
HB3438/Community Juvenile Corrections Act passed.
Established in three counties or consortium of counties to pilot a coordinated case management system with approval of the Children's Services Division administrator in consultation with the Juvenile Corrections Council.