More than 50 tribes operate tribal child support programs, providing services to Native American families consistent with tribal values and cultures. Like their state counterparts, tribal child support programs locate custodial and noncustodial parents, establish legal fatherhood (paternity), establish child support orders, enforce orders, and offer family-centered services and referrals.
Contact your local tribal child support program.
- July 14, 2015
- October 1, 2015
- November 17, 2014
- August 31, 2012
- December 27, 2012
- December 27, 2012
Most Recent & Requested Documents for Tribal Agencies RSS Feed
- Published: April 18, 2016Data and information represent a preliminary assessment of the program's progress towards goals and objectives
- Published: April 15, 2016Provides guidance regarding allowable withholding when the noncustodial parent is paid weekly or biweekly
- Published: April 8, 2016Announces the National Child Support Strategic Plan for FFY 2015-2019
- Published: April 7, 2016A five year strategic vision, guiding principals, and goals of the National Child Support program.
- Published: March 21, 2016DOJ resources to reform practices for assessing ability to pay as part of enforcement efforts to collect fees and fines
- Published: January 15, 2016Provides contact information for state and tribal child support offices Esta página proporciona información y contactos en las oficinas estatales y tribales
- Published: July 15, 2014Used for income withholding in tribal, intrastate, and interstate cases
- Published: July 15, 2014Instructions for the standard form used for income withholding in tribal, intrastate, and interstate cases
- Published: February 27, 2013Emphasizes policy related to garnishing federal benefits, especially those related to Supplemental Security Income
- Published: July 15, 2014Sample Income Withholding for Support (IWO) form keyed with numbers corresponding to the IWO instructions