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Legislative Action Week of May 18th

HB 2015 Action Alert Weel of May 18th

Oregon lawmakers need to help working parent’s access quality, affordable child care so more families can enjoy the benefits of the improving economy. HB 2015 stabilizes and strengthens the state’s Employment Related Day Care for Oregon families as well as child care providers.

HB 2015 makes a number of improvements to the program

  • Expands the program to 10,000 families
  • Provides subsidies  for self-employed families and for those working and going to school
  • Offers stability to families and providers with one year eligibility
  • Helps families become self-sufficient by increasing the exit eligibility to 250% of Federal Poverty Level
  • Incentivizes quality care so all children can have a safe and enriching environment.

Please pick a couple of points most important to you to emphasize then call or email your legislative representatives to make your voice and the voice of the families you serve are heard.

Who to call:

Remember: Legislators do not know how important a program is until they hear from you!  Now is the time to share your story so legislators know that HB 2015 needs to be fully funded.  Let them know the importance of fully funding HB 2015 at $62 million.

HB 2015 Alerta de Acción

Legisladores de Oregon tiene que ayudar a trabajar la calidad de acceso de los padres, el cuidado de niños asequible para que más familias puedan disfrutar de los beneficios de la mejora de la economía. HB 2015 se estabiliza y fortalece Día Empleo Relacionadas Cuidado del estado para las familias de

Oregon, así como proveedores de cuidado infantil.

HB 2015 hace una serie de mejoras al programa

• Expande el programa a 10.000 familias

• Proporciona subsidios para familias de trabajadores autónomos y para los que trabajan y van a la escuela

• Ofrece estabilidad a las familias y los proveedores con un año de elegibilidad

• Ayuda a las familias a ser autosuficientes mediante el aumento de la elegibilidad de salida a 250% del Nivel Federal de Pobreza

• incentiva el cuidado de calidad para todos los niños puedan tener un ambiente seguro y enriquecedor.

Por favor, elija un par de puntos más importantes para usted para enfatizar a continuación, llamar o enviar por correo electrónico sus representantes legislativos para que su voz y la voz de las familias de su saque oído.

A quién llamar:

• Su representante del estado y senador (indique su dirección en la esquina inferior derecha de esta página para encontrar a sus legisladores)

• Medios y Arbitrios de Servicios Humanos Copresidentes

o Representante Nancy Nathanson - Capitol Teléfono: 503-986-1413

o senador Alan Bates - Capitol teléfono # 503-986-1703

Recuerde: Los legisladores no saben lo importante que es un programa hasta que oyen de usted! Ahora es el momento de compartir su historia para que los legisladores saben que HB 2015 tiene que ser financiado en su totalidad. Hágales saber la importancia de financiar totalmente HB 2015 en $ 62 millones.

Download: HB 2105 Action Alert.pdf
Up Coming Training of Trainers

Training of Trainers for The Ages and Stages “Implementing Development Screening Using the Ages and Stages Questionnaire-Third Edition (ASQ-3)”

July 15-16, 2015 in Pendleton, Oregon

This opportunity is open only to Oregon Registry Trainer Program certified Master Trainers

Application Form

Additional information and application instructions

Visit our forms and resources page for information on how to apply to become a Master Trainer. NOTE: Master Trainer certification must be obtained by the announcement close date of Monday, May 25, 2015.

Learn more at their website

Unidad de Pago Directo Actualizado Fax para Proveedor de Pagos
Unidad de Pago Directo Actualizado Fax para Proveedor de Pagos DPU recientemente implementó un nuevo proceso para Proveedores de Cuidado Infantil de fax sus formularios de facturación de cuidado de niños que pueden mejorar el tiempo de respuesta para el pago. Read More...
DHS Faxing Update

Updated message from DHS

Direct Pay Unit Updated Fax Number for Provider Payment

DPU recently implemented a new process for Child Care Providers to fax their child care billing forms that may enhance the turnaround time for payment.  The following fax number is for billing forms only and will not go to DPU.   The billing form will go directly into work flow for payment.  For a successful fax in this new process, the child care provider should adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Use the correct fax number:  503-373-1580  (billings only please!)
  • Fax a single billing form once.  Do not fax the same billing form multiple times.  Do not fax and mail the same billing form.  Computer system will not process if the voucher is entered more than one time.
  • If you have multiple families, you may fax them all as one fax.   Any billing form that has missing information will not process for payment and may need to be returned to the provider.
  • Be sure your billing form is complete, includes # hours provided for each child, billing rate is checked either hourly or monthly for each child, and your total charge is entered for each child, provider and parent signature.  If the billing form is incomplete, it will be returned to you.
  • Be aware of the quality of your fax machine.  Faxes must come through legible and complete. 
  • Faxing any other documents to this number will not be seen or processed by DPU.  This is strictly a billing form fax number

You may still use the US Post office for mailing your documents.  Direct Pay Unit,   PO Box 14850, Salem, Oregon, 97309-0850.

Providers may call the Automated Payment Line at 1-800-442-6451 to see if the payment has processed.


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