Working With

Many public and private partners play an important role in helping parents meet the financial and emotional needs of their children.

  • Employers

    Employers are the program’s major partners and withhold the largest portion of child support payments.

  • Family Violence

    The local programs promote safe access to child support for victims of domestic violence.

  • Fatherhood

    Child support programs work directly with fathers and are uniquely positioned to connect them to fatherhood-related programs and services.

  • Partners

    Child support programs partner with other agencies to ensure that parents fulfill their children’s emotional and economic needs.

  • Healthcare

    Establishing and enforcing medical support orders ensure that children have stable access to health care.

  • Hispanic Outreach

    Resources to build Hispanic outreach programs to inform parents about child support services

  • Incarcerated Groups / Reentry

    Child support programs work with correctional institutions to help parents who are incarcerated or about to be released.

  • Military & Veterans

    Child support programs help families respond to circumstances as a result of military service.  We work with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the American Bar Association on issues that impact veterans.

Last Reviewed: November 21, 2017

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