Oregon’s New Tool for Parents in The Child Support System: The Interactive Parenting Planclick to download
Oregon’s Interactive Parenting Plan (IPP) is the first comprehensive, interactive tool created to generate customized parenting plans. It is the result of a joint effort of many stakeholders, including representatives of the court, the child support program, the private bar, mediators, community organizations serving families with safety issues, and experts in the field of child development. The process began nearly 20 years ago with the creation of a downloadable PDF parenting plan. The 2012 Parenting Time Opportunities for Children (PTOC) grant by the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) advanced the process of converting the downloadable plans to an interactive format.
NCSEA Child Support Communique. June 2018.
Issue(s): Child Support
Focus Area(s): Core Program Services, Family-Centered Interventions, Parenting Time & Co-Parenting, Program Innovations
Author(s): Jessica Pearson, Nancy Thoennes
Keyword(s): co-parenting, parenting time
Issues & Focus Areas
- Child Support
- Child Welfare
- Early Childhood & Education
- Economic Security & Healthcare
- Father Engagement & Healthy Relationships
- Gender-Based Violence