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July 26, 2016

Celebrating National Child Support Awareness Month and Child Support Professionals Everywhere

August 2016 marks the 21st anniversary of National Child Support Awareness Month, established by former President William Jefferson Clinton through Proclamation 6814 to recognize the importance of child support programs at all levels of government – and the professionals who operate them – to ensuring children receive the necessary financial support to lead secure and healthy lives.

December 02, 2015

Using Culturally Competent Outreach to Enhance the Success of Child Support Programs

The United States is a diverse nation, comprised of many unique individuals who are each a product of their own experiences and environment and shaped by their culture. When operating a social program that serves the public, such as with child support services, differences in cultural backgrounds can lead to miscommunications that may impede program success. To be successful in providing services to a diverse public, child support organizations must be able to bridge cultural divides by leveraging Culturally Competent Outreach methods.

October 27, 2014

“Trust Equity” Leads to $8 Million Catch by MAXIMUS

MAXIMUS strives to earn the role of trusted advisor for the programs we serve. In the child support community, MAXIMUS has unofficially compiled and reported performance data for all state child support programs since 1999. The MAXIMUS data compilations and projections have given states early indications of how the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) will rank each state’s performance when it publishes its official results.

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