Child Support Division helps father succeed

The father was “broken” when he reached out to the HCJFS Child Support division. The 42-year-old father of three was unemployed, had a criminal conviction on his record and had failed to graduate from high school. But he wanted to do right by his two young sons, ages 11 and 7.

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“Support” means more than money when it comes to children

When the public discusses child support, especially pertaining to our agency, it almost always means the monetary support a non-custodial parent pays to the child. When we discuss it internally, we like to broaden the definition to include family/parent engagement. …

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