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Child Support 2016: More Money for Families

Infographic on Collections, Caseload and Cost-Effectiveness
August 23, 2017

Infographic on collections, caseload and cost-effectiveness of the child support program based on FY 2016 preliminary data

Explores trends in child support orders that do not have a cash amount (i.e., zero orders)

Research Brief: Child Support, Parenting Time, and Safety Concerns

Research, Practice & Partnership Project
October 22, 2015

A brief by the Center for Policy Research related to safely integrating parenting time orders into child support programs

FY 1995 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement
November 30, 1995

Highlights financial and statistical achievements based on preliminary data reported by state child support agencies

FY 2004 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement
November 30, 2004

Highlights financial and statistical program achievements based on data reported by state and tribal child support agencies

The Child Support Program is a Good Investment

Story Behind the Numbers
December 30, 2016

Special Story Behind the Numbers: looks at trends in child support data and shows why the child support program is a good investment

FY 2016 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement
March 7, 2018

Highlights financial and statistical program achievements based on data reported by state and tribal child support agencies

FY 2009 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement
December 1, 2009

Highlights financial and statistical program achievements based on data reported by state and tribal child support agencies

FY 2012 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement
March 11, 2015

Highlights financial and statistical program achievements based on data reported by state and tribal support agencies

Summarizes an experiment in Colorado designed to increase payments in the months immediately following order establishment