September 2014 | Elaine Sorensen, Urban Institute

Work-Oriented Programs in Child Support

This PowerPoint presentation describes lessons learned from past efforts to provide work-oriented programs for low-income parents behind in their child support payments. The presentation describes a New York state pilot program that substantially increased the earnings and child support payments of disadvantaged parents not meeting their child support obligations. The presentation was given at “The Child Support Connection: Giving Children a Brighter Future” conference hosted by the New York City Office of Child Support Enforcement on October 20, 2011 at the City University of New York Graduate School.

Work-Oriented Programs in Child Support.pdf

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