The Oregon Child Support Program is a partnership between the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) and 18 county District Attorney offices to provide services and support that promote the well-being of Oregon children. This means working with parents to ensure every child receives the financial and emotional support they need to thrive.
Learn More About Oregon Child Support Program Careers:
- Child Support Program Positions
- Current Recruitments
- Tips and Resources for Job Seekers
- Division of Child Support and District Attorney office locations
Oregon Child Support Program: Fast Facts
- Program Caseload: 159,496
- Division of Child Support cases: 121,080
- District Attorney cases: 38,416
- Total Oregon Child Support Program staff: ~675
- Division of Child Support staff: ~550
- District Attorney staff: ~125
- In 1975, the state legislature established the Oregon Child Support Program as required by Title IV-D of the Social Security Act.
- The Oregon Department of Justice has administered the program since 2003.