Oregon Child Support Program

Case Status

This system is intended for people who are party to a child support case or who have the authorization to access private case information. If you are uncomfortable providing a party's personal information online, feel free to contact your local child support office and a case worker will be happy to help you obtain case information.

Social Security Number
or
Individual Taxpayer Identification Number:


Enter SSN or ITIN in the following format: '000000000'. Do not include dashes "-".
Note: ITIN may be used if it has previously been provided to the Child Support Program.
Date of Birth:   


Enter DOB in the following format: mm/dd/yyyy with forward slash.

In all cases this system will provide the party's names, the assigned child support office, whether the case has an order, and if there is a legal action in progress to establish or modify an order. For current balances and other accounting information please login to the payment history.

Note: If you obtain information fraudulently or without specific authorization, you may be subject to civil and/or criminal prosecution.

Parents and families - Parents and caretaker relatives may use this system to learn basic information about their case. For more information than is provided on this site, please contact your case worker.

Attorneys and court employees - Use the information in this system as needed to establish, modify, or enforce a child support order, to determine whether an order or proceeding already exists, and to determine whether support rights are assigned to the state of Oregon.

Title companies and escrow agents - should contact the Title and Escrow Assistance Desk by email or phone at (503) 986-2518 to discuss any real estate transaction. For purposes of establishing accounting services through a licensed escrow agent, title companies and escrow agents may access this system to determine whether or not the customer already has an open account with the Oregon Child Support Program.

Other state agencies, including other states' child support programs - may use this system as needed to establish, modify, or enforce a child support order, to determine whether an order or proceeding already exists, and to determine whether support rights are assigned to the state of Oregon.