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Work-Oriented Programs for Noncustodial Parents

Program Innovation Maps

Published: March 1, 2014
Information About:
State/Local Child Support Agencies, Employers
Topics:
Family Services & Referrals, Economic Stability/Job Services
Types:
Program Information/Contacts, Promising Practices
Tags:
Program Innovation Maps, Toolkit & Training

Legend

    • State Has Work-Oriented Program

See descriptions and more about these work-oriented programs in the printable pdf.

As of February 2014, at least 30 states and the District of Columbia have work-oriented programs with active child support agency involvement that serve noncustodial parents.  Most of these programs are not statewide, but three are (Georgia, Maryland, and North Dakota).  Three states served more than 3,000 noncustodial parents in 2013 (Georgia, New York, and Texas); another six served more than 1,000 noncustodial parents in 2013 (Maryland, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Wisconsin).