What We Do

What We Do

  • Advocate on behalf of children by promoting sound public policy and allocation of resources to support implementation of those policies.
  • Instill public trust and confidence in the child support system by publicizing child support program successes and the dedication and professionalism of service providers.
  • Provide timely and accurate information about child support issues to public officials, child support agencies and professionals, media representatives, strategic partners and the general public.
  • Advocate for and enhance professionalism in the child support workforce through nationally recognized conferences, seminars, forum and child support Web-talks.
  • Provide continuing education and promulgate best practices in the child support program through conferences and regular communications.
  • Educate parents and other stakeholders about the services provided by the child support community.