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Who Is at Risk of Contempt of Court for Child Support Noncompliance?

Characteristics of Parents Enrolled in the Procedural Justice-Informed Alternative to Contempt Demonstration
July 20, 2020

Describes the characteristics of noncustodial parents in the PJAC study sample

Child support agencies test ways to improve intergovernmental case processing

Using Principles of Procedural Justice to Engage Disconnected Parents

Training Approaches Applied in the PJAC Demonstration Project
April 1, 2020

Describes techniques used in the PJAC demonstration project to engage noncustodial and custodial parents

Includes summaries from all BICS sites and overarching lessons from the project

Summarizes interventions tested in Ohio that increase completion of child support order modification reviews

Summarizes an intervention tested in California that increased parental engagement in the order establishment process

A New Response to Child Support Noncompliance

Introducing the Procedural Justice-Informed Alternatives to Contempt Project
June 13, 2019

An evaluation of using procedural justice-informed practices as an alternative to the contempt process with noncustodial parents

Summarizes an experiment in Texas that increased payments in the initial months after order establishment

A 2018 article series from the Child Support Report

Provides information and links to resources that potential grant applicants may find useful