The Child Support Program works together with Oregon's American Indian Tribes in an effort to continually enhance the child support services provided to Tribal families. There are nine federally-recognized Indian Tribes in the state of Oregon. Each one is an Independent Sovereign Government with a status similar to other states or foreign nations.
Oregon Child Support Program contacts are assigned to work with each Oregon Tribe to obtain intergovernmental agreements and establish procedures for tribal courts to use when establishing and enforcing child support obligations that are under tribal jurisdiction. They also assist with Tribal TANF and Tribal IV-D programs in Oregon, provide technical assistance and training to Tribal staff and assist in the development of Tribal-specific policies and procedures.
For more information about child support and procedures for working with Oregon Tribes, please contact one of the Child Support Program representatives.
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|Dawn M. Marquardt, Statewide Tribal Liaison
1162 Court Street NE
Salem, OR 97301