- American Public Human Services Association (Web page)
- Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) (Web page)
- Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association (ERICSA) (Web page)
- FAMIS Staying Healthy Program (Web page)
- Federal Department of Labor Compliance Guide (Web page)
- Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (Web page)
- Guideline for Determination of Child Support (Web page)
- Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts (Web page)
- Legislative Information System (Web page)
- National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA) (Web page)
- National Conference of State Legislators (Web page)
- National Governors Association (Web page)
- Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (Web page)
- Virginia New Hire Reporting Center (Web page)
- Virginia Sheriffs' Association (Web page)
- Virginia.gov (Web page)
- Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC) (Web page)
Family Engagement Programs
The Division of Child Support offers help to parents who owe child support but have barriers that interfere with their ability to make regular payments.
Virginia Access and Visitation Program: The Access and Visitation Program can help parents work together in the best interest of their children. Services include co-parenting classes, mediation and development of voluntary parenting plans, and supervised parenting time. The overall goal is to help children be successful by having the support of both parents.
Virginia Resources for Fathers
- Virginia Paternity Establishment Program (Web page)
National Resources for Fathers
- National Fatherhood Initiative (Web page)
Community Partnerships & Cooperative Agreements
- The division of child support enforcement (DCSE) partners with the Virginia Employment Commission and community organizations in Henry County to provide information and assistance to displaced Pillowtex employees. At the informational sessions, DCSE staff provide information about services and are available to answer questions.
- DCSE continues to partner with the Martinsville/Henry County Economic Relief Center in Ridgeway, Virginia. Staff is available in that locality to help fathers and mothers so that they do have to travel to Danville.
- DCSE continues its partnership with the Total Action Against Poverty (TAP). TAP encourages self-reliance and self-determination by strengthening and empowering individuals, families and communities. TAP participants are evaluated and referred to educational and job training programs and are liked to jobs in the area; participants are also taught about the job search process. A Support Enforcement Specialist Senior travels once every 16 weeks to provide an overview of the DCSE program and answer participants' questions. DCSE also works with Fathers First, TAP's program that provides Head Start and non-Head Start fathers with the opportunity for classroom and group interaction to address family issues, such as, development of healthy relationships, communication skills and parenting responsibilities. Assistance is available with employment needs in order to address child support payments, as well as, caring for family needs.