What does it mean to be listed and approved?
It means you have completed all the requirements, passed a background check, and are approved to receive child care subsidy payments from the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS).
You must be listed and approved before you provide child care.
How do I get listed and approved?
- Complete a
Child Care Provider Listing form. Instructions and detailed requirements are included in the form.
- Send your completed form to the ODHS Direct Pay Unit right away (see below).
- ODHS will receive and process your listing form. We will contact you if there are any issues.
- After your listing form is approved, we will notify you and send you a billing form.
You need a billing form so you can be paid.
- Once you have been approved and have a billing form, you are ready to start providing child care.
Note: ODHS does not pay for child care provided before you are approved.
Download the Child Care Provider Listing form
You can also get a listing form by contacting your local ODHS Self-Sufficiency office or asking the family. The family can get this form from an ODHS worker.
Questions? If you have questions about completing the form, contact the Direct Pay Unit at 1-800-699-9074.
Send in your completed form
Direct Pay Unit
P.O. Box 14850
Salem, OR 97309-0850
By email (PDF only):
By fax: 503-378-5953
Carefully follow the instructions on the listing form. If it is not complete, it may be returned to you. This will cause delays. Delays will affect when payment can start.
Plan for training
If you are a license exempt provider, visit the
Required Training page to see which trainings you will need to take before you can be listed and approved.