Many public and private partners play an important role in helping parents meet the financial and emotional needs of their children.


Child support programs work with attorneys, law enforcement agencies, and family courts to deliver services at the local level.


As the U.S. central authority for international child support, we coordinate with families, states, and countries to seek support when family members live in different countries.

Financial Institutions

The federally mandated partnership between the child support program and the nation’s financial institutions helps states significantly increase collections for families.

Insurance Companies

We conduct the Insurance Match program with insurance companies or their agents, state workers’ compensation agencies, and the U.S. Department of Labor to collect past-due support.

Federal Partners

We partner with several federal agencies to help families connect to government benefit programs and to help states locate parents, establish and enforce orders, and collect child support.

Community-Based Partners

Child support programs work with community-based organizations to promote healthy families and ensure the emotional and financial well-being of children.

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