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Operating a Child Support-Led Employment Program Training

Partnering with TANF for Employment Services for Noncustodial Parents

Published: September 12, 2019

Please join us for an informative webinar detailing strategies for partnering with TANF to provide child support-led employment services to noncustodial parents. State human services and child support leaders will provide their perspectives and share their experiences building successful partnerships. You will learn:

  • Successful approaches to partnering with TANF
  • Specific funding models
  • Employment program operational overviews
  • Key lessons learned

It’s an opportunity to identify methods for developing cross-program strategies. You'll get examples of TANF-funded NCP employment services linked to TANF's core purposes that can improve both child support and TANF outcomes.

Target Audience

This webinar is designed to help state human services leaders, child support directors, and other leaders and decision-makers to design, implement, or further develop employment program partnerships to increase NCP employment, child support compliance, and economic mobility. We hope you can join us.

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Date and Time: Nov. 19, 2019, from 2:30 to 4 pm ET


Colorado Department of Human Services

  • Ki’i Powell, Director of Office of Economic Security
  • Larry Desbien, Director of Child Support Services
  • Danielle Dunaway, Acting Director of Employment and Benefits Division

Maryland Department of Human Services

  • Lourdes Padilla, Secretary, Department of Human Services
  • Kevin Guistwite, Executive Director of Child Support Administration
  • Netsanet Kibret, Executive Director of Family Investment Administration
Last Reviewed: September 12, 2019

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