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To be able to receive ERDC payments from the Department of Human Services, providers must: This form must be completed and submitted by providers that want to be paid by DHS to provide child care for DHS clients.
Please note the effective date for DHS payment cannot be earlier than the date you complete the listing process and are approved by DHS. The Oregon Child Care Research Partnership, housed within the Family Policy Program at Oregon State University, conducts research related to child care policy at the local and state levels.
Most parents are also required to pay a portion of the cost, called the copay, directly to the provider.
The copay amount is determined according to a sliding fee scale, based on family income and household size.
OCC is the regulatory agency that licenses child care facilities and conducts background checks on licensed providers.