The State of Mississippi has selected YoungWilliams to provide services for 30,000 child support cases in 13 counties, and implement a statewide customer service call center. The contract, with renewals, is for four years.
The National Child Support Enforcement Association’s Spring 2009 news magazine, Child Support Quarterly, features an article written by YoungWilliams’ Wyoming Paternity Program Specialist, Janice Haldi.
Hawaii Hires YoungWilliams for Customer Service Training
The Iowa Department of Human Services, Bureau of Collections (BOC) recently awarded a $2.5 million contract for operation of its Specialized Customer Service Unit (SCSU) Center in Marshalltown, Iowa to YoungWilliams. YoungWilliams opened its doors on January 2, 2009 after a smooth transition from the previous vendor.
YoungWilliams has been awarded a new contract with the Virginia Department of Social Services (DSS), Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) for operation of its Child Support Customer Service Center.
On August 26, 2008, federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) Commissioner Margot Bean presented an award for Exemplary Customer Service to the Virginia-YoungWilliams partnership operating the Virginia Customer Service Call Center (CSC).
YoungWilliams President Rob Wells announced a new contract with the Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS) to provide child support services for over 19,000 cases in five judicial districts. YoungWilliams will establish offices in the cities of Cheyenne, Laramie, Evanston, Green River, Lander, and Douglas.
YoungWilliams has been recognized by two prestigious organizations for its entrepreneurial growth. The Mississippi Business Journal included YoungWilliams in its 2007 Mississippi “Fast 40” as one of the forty fastest growing private companies in the State of Mississippi.
The Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services (SRS) awarded YoungWilliams a contract to provide child support enforcement services for the 16th, 20th, 25th, and 26th Judicial Districts covering twenty-five southwest Kansas counties. Operations will commence February 1, 2008.