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OHSA Staff

NamePositionPhone
Tristin MockExecutive Director503-580-4722
Ruby MillerAdministrative Coordinator541-206-2134

How to File a Complaint

OHS’s Central and Regional Program Offices work together to make sure Head Start programs meet federal requirements for the health, safety, and education of the children in their care and for program design and operation.

Local organizations who receive funds for Head Start programs are responsible for the management of their agencies, including written and approved personnel policies and procedures.

Local Issues and Complaints

If you have concerns about personnel or human resource practices within a Head Start program, first address those concerns with the management staff of the program. The next step, if not resolved, would include addressing the issue with the Governing Body of the grantee agency.

In addition, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) provides information on labor laws and guidance on compliance assistance to protect the wages, health benefits, retirement security, employment rights, safety, and health of America’s workforce, including migrant farmworkers.

The DOL provides contact information for each state’s local Labor Office through their Wage and Hour Division.

Federal Issues and Complaints

If you are reasonably certain that a program is in violation of federal requirements or is misusing federal funds, submit a complaint against the program using the Complaints Submission Form here.