September 2014 | Pamela Caudill Ovwigho, Correne Saunders, and Catherine E. Born, University of Maryland School of Social Work

Early Intervention & Child Support Outcomes: Lessons Learned

In an effort to reduce the growth of child support arrears balances and boost current support collections, the Office of Child Support Enforcement recommends the adoption of “early intervention” strategies. The goal of early intervention is to engage non-custodial parents in the child support process and develop a relationship with them.

Early Intervention & Child Support Outcomes: Lessons Learned.pdf

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