Oregon Child Care Research Partnership

The Oregon Child Care Research Partnership (OCCRP) engages in research and collaboration with stakeholders to build a body of knowledge about child care at the state and national levels.

Oregon Family Impact Seminar

The Oregon Family Impact Seminar connects state policymakers with national experts and the best scientific evidence on topics of current interest. It fosters learning in a nonpartisan, solution-oriented way, with a focus on the impact of policies on families.

OSU-DHS Child Welfare Collaboration

This ongoing and growing collaboration between researchers at Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) includes  projects that are focused on understanding child welfare workers, foster parents, and children and families involved in the child welfare system.

Oregon Poverty Measure Project

The Oregon Poverty Measure generates a new and valid measure of poverty in Oregon. The goals are to produce a detailed description of families at risk for poverty and estimate the impact of social safety net policies on reducing poverty for families and children.

Paid Family Leave and Family Self-Sufficiency: Evidence from Oregon

This five-year project generates new insights into how families manage work, care, and safety net participation with a focus on Oregon’s new paid family leave policy.