Oregon Infant Mental Health Association (ORIMHA) was formed by the faculty and students of the first cohort of Portland State University’s Postgraduate Certificate Program in Infant Mental Health. The first meeting was held on June 16, 2006 and by-laws were adopted in Fall, 2006. Our website launched in Fall, 2007. We put on our first training, “Sheltering our youngest: Multidisciplinary responses to stress and trauma in infants, toddlers and their families” in September, 2007. We partnered with State of Oregon’s Health Department for our second training, “Postpartum Mood Disorders” in the Fall of 2009. In the Fall of 2011, we presented “Nurturing Bodies – Opening Hearts: Body Based Interventions with Infants, Toddlers, and Families.” We revised our bylaws to their current form in April, 2013. In 2014, we started discussions about partnering with the State of Oregon and other stakeholders about bringing to Oregon the endorsement process for infant/toddler mental health professionals designed by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health. In January 2015, we have redesigned our website.