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PJAC Research Briefs

January 25, 2021

Provides a series of research briefs that share lessons learned from the Procedural Justice-Informed Alternatives to Contempt (PJAC) demonstration project

Child Support When You're Afraid of the Other Parent

Guide for Domestic Violence Advocates and Survivors
October 21, 2019

A guide to help parents who have experienced domestic violence assess safety for receiving child support services

Interstate and International Case Processing Training

A Look Inside OCSE - Story Series
June 7, 2019

The policy and training team help child support professionals navigate case processing across state and international boundaries

Federal Partnerships and Collaboration

A Look Inside OCSE - Story Series
December 19, 2018

Collaboration between federal agencies and other partners help families across multiple programs

Domestic Violence Technical Assistance

A Look Inside OCSE - Story Series
October 31, 2018

Federal staff provide training and technical assistance to child support professionals to increase safety for domestic violence survivors

Grants and Waivers Foster Program Innovation

A Look Inside OCSE - Story Series
August 30, 2018

Learn the differences between demonstration grants and waiver projects authorized in Section 1115 of the Social Security Act

Jobs Not Jail

October 5, 2015

Graphically displays cost-benefit differences between providing job services and jail

A Handbook for Military Families

Helping You with Child Support
September 6, 2013

Provides information on child support for military families

Caseworker Desk Card

Safely Pursuing Child Support
April 17, 2012

Steps to helping domestic violence victims safely establish financial independence through pursuing child support

Veterans in the Child Support Caseload

Story Behind the Numbers - Child Support Fact Sheet #1
November 1, 2011

Focuses on veterans who are noncustodial parents in the child support caseload and how the program can help them