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Q) I was wondering the status of my case. I have not received child support in almost 3 months. I had turned in paperwork to have my case reviewed to the Mercer County Child Support Office and they sent it to my case worker which is through you. I have called several times. One phone call I was informed that I should be getting a packet in the mail. Also, the father was being sent delinquent paperwork but he lives in Pennsylvania. I have left several messages as well. This is my current mailing address and phone number: PO Box ***, B****, KY 4***0 8**-3**-6***. Please let me know something. Thank you.
A) Please follow up with your case at your local Mercer County Child Support Office. We have no affiliation with your local child support office.
Q) What do I need to do because my kids mom is having our kids living with her friends and sometimes parent’s house, and have other people claiming our kids on their tax refund, and splitting the money…I pay child support every month…she does drugs, and have different guys coming in and out of the… Continue Reading
Q) My husband is ordered to pay child support and he is paying every week. As of October 9 his child moved into our house with us. He is still paying the mother child support. The child is 18 out of school and working full time. What can we do to stop the child support… Continue Reading
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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) supports programs and policies that reflect the critical role that both fathers and mothers play in building strong and successful families and in the well-being of children. Some programs reach out directly to fathers to promote responsible fatherhood and strengthen parenting skills. Other programs work to discourage… Continue Reading
The Children’s Bureau supports states and tribal child welfare programs through funding, research, monitoring and special initiatives to promote positive outcomes for children and families involved in child welfare. Child Welfare Services Stephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations Child Welfare Training Program Child Welfare Reporting Systems The Adoption and Foster Care… Continue Reading
The Children’s Bureau supports programs, research, and monitoring systems that prevent child abuse and neglect while ensuring that children who are victims receive treatment and care. The program provides funding to states and tribes to help them strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. The funding also provides for child abuse and neglect assessment,… Continue Reading
The Administration for Children & Families (ACF) is a division of the Department of Health & Human Services. ACF promotes the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities. ACF programs aim to: Empower families and individuals to increase their economic independence and productivity Encourage strong, healthy, supportive communities that have a positive… Continue Reading
Those parents who are willing and able to pay support have their children’s best interests at heart. These children likely will flourish and grow to responsible adulthood. If the parents miss a payment, a caseworker’s early telephone call will often reveal the reason – a change of job or other circumstance, an error in payment identification – and the problem usually can… Continue Reading
The federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It helps states develop, manage, and operate their programs effectively and according to federal law. OCSE pays the major share of state program operating costs, provides location services, policy guidance and technical help to enforcement agencies,… Continue Reading
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