Oregon Specific Internet Links

Multnomah County Court Visitor Qualifications and Standards Presiding judge’s order: May 18, 2015
Oregon Administrative Rules The Oregon Bulletin contains Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) filing information, Notices of Proposed Rulemaking Hearings/Notices, Executive Orders, Attorney General Synopsis, Other Notices, Notices of Periodic Review of Rules, and the text of newly adopted or amended OARs.
Oregon DHS, Seniors and People with Disabilities The website for the Seniors and People With Disabilities division of the State of Oregon Department of Human Services. This website has links to administrative rules, program manuals, policy decisions, and more. http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/spwpd/index.shtml
SPDS Program and Worker Guides The program guides and worker guides for the various programs managed by the Seniors and People With Disabilities division of the State of Oregon Department of Human Services.
Oregon Governor’s Website The Governor’s website, with information about budget, links to State agencies, and a variety of useful information regarding Oregon governmental services.
Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act: Oregon Health Authority reports On October 27, 1997 physician-assisted suicide became a legal medical option for terminally ill Oregonians. The Oregon Death with Dignity Act requires that the Oregon Health Authority monitor compliance with the law, collect information about the patients and physicians who participate in legal physician-assisted suicide, and publish an annual statistical report.
Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services Oregon’s largest consumer protection and business regulatory agency. We are a resource to Oregonians in areas involving finance and insurance, workplace safety and health, and building safety.
Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles Comprehensive information and forms related to vehicles and driver licensing.
Instructions regarding transfer of vehicles at death: https://www.oregon.gov/odot/DMV/docs/inherit.pdf
Oregon Employee Search Form Need to find the phone number for a particular state employee: This site should speed up that search.
Oregon Health Science University Center for Ethics in Medicine The Center for Ethics in Health Care at OHSU was established in 1989 to address ethical issues in health care. The ultimate goals of the center are to promote more careful attention to the rights and dignity of individual patients and to increase the participation of health care professionals in this society’s search for just and prudent health policies. Available on this site are the Oregon Death with Dignity Act: A Guide for Health Care Providers and information on the Physician Order for Life Sustaining Treatment Program (POLST)
Oregon Revised Statutes ORS – 2015 Edition
Oregon Secretary of State Business registry and UCC forms online.
UCC Record Search
UCC is a ministerial agency operating within the Corporation Division, under the auspices of the Secretary of State of Oregon. Its purpose is to Record, Retain, and Retrieve information concerning Uniform Commercial Code filings. It exists to reduce the risk of creditors by a) establishing a security interest incurred by a debtor, so that priority of claim may be proved in case of bankruptcy or default; and b) by providing information on financing statements and liens to interested parties. A search can be conducted with the debtor’s last name or a lien number.
Oregon Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA)  The Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance program uses trained volunteers to educate and advocate for Oregonians with Medicare.​
Oregon Unclaimed Property
This free service allows you to search for and claim lost financial assets (unclaimed property) held by the State of Oregon.



Oregon Elder Abuse Reporting

If you suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of an elderly person or an adult with physical disabilities, report abuse or neglect to the Department of Human Services office in your area.

  • You may also call 1-855-503-SAFE (7233). This toll-free number allows you to report abuse or neglect of any child or adult to the Oregon Department of Human Services.