Every family is unique. But if the child's father is not on the birth certificate, the child may not be able to access important medical information, benefits and rights. That is why child advocacy groups, family law practitioners, state agencies and community organizations are coming together to provide every Oregon parent with the information they need to make the right choices for their children.
The Oregon Paternity Project is an effort to ensure that every Oregon child has access to his or her rights, including important health information, social and legal benefits, and services that promote their well-being.
Learn how establishing paternity can benefit you and your child.