Child Support

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California Department of Child Support Services

There are 49 child support agencies across California that establish and enforce child support and medical support orders. Either parent or any guardian of a child can open a child support case, whether or not there is an existing child support order, and a case is automatically opened when a child receives public assistance. All case services are handled at
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Hamilton County Job & Family Services

Oversees Medicaid programs. Helps ensure that child support is received by identifying paternity, establishing child support orders, and enforcing spousal support. Partially covers the cost of childcare for eligible low to moderate income families: parents can choose from nearly 1500 providers and centers to find one that meets their specific needs. Ohio Direction Card, supplemental nutrition assistance program, food assistance
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New York Child Support

The Child Support Helpline (CSH) is available Monday–Friday, 8am-7pm.
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Pennsylvania Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

The Pennsylvania-Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program is designed to help needy families achieve self-sufficiency. States receive grants to design and operate programs that accomplish one of the purposes of the TANF program.
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University Child Development Center – University of Pittsburgh

As a department of the University of Pittsburgh, the University Child Development Center offers spaces only to the children of the staff, faculty, and students of the University of Pittsburgh. The enrollment process occurs throughout the entire calendar year as spaces become available. It is recommended that parents place children on the waiting list as soon as possible, even in
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PA Child Support Program

Services Provided: Locating non-custodial parents, Establishing Paternity, Establishing Support Orders, Enforcing Support Orders, Reviewing and Adjusting Support Orders, Monitoring & Distributing Child Support Payments, Cooperating in Interstate enforcement
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Colorado Division of Child Support

According to the Federal Government, every child is entitled to receive financial assistance from both parents. It is important to secure this as soon as possible after giving birth. Here are what steps need to be taken: 1. The baby’s father calls your state’s child support department to receive information on how to acknowledge paternity. Typically, the father will have
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CHP+ Prenatal Program

It is free to enroll in the CHP+ Prenatal Care Program. All pregnancy care is free, including prenatal care, labor and delivery, and visits after you deliver. Other medical care, such as prescriptions, may have small co-payments depending on your family size and income. If you are found eligible, your coverage will last for at least 60 days after your
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Colorado Childcare Assistance Program

The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program provides financial assistance for low-income families who are working, searching for employment, or in an educational activity and need childcare services to support their efforts to achieve and/or maintain self-sufficiency. The Child Care Program is administered through the Weld County Department of Human Services.
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Colorado Works

The Colorado Works Program serves low-income families with children by providing income assistance and supportive services to help participants become and remain self-sufficient. Colorado Works is the new program that replaced the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) and JOBS programs. Benefits may be provided for single and two parent families, pregnant women, and relatives caring for minor children.
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