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How can you access child support services or phone numbers?

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The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has an Office of Child Support Enforcement Web page that features a map containing all the states and their respective office phone numbers as of 2015. Each state has a website with local in-state offices, which are accessed by visiting each states' individual site, according to the Office of Child Support Enforcement.

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In addition to the office line, the fax number and address are found on each state located on the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Child Support Enforcement page. There are three ways to use the map, explains OCSE. A visitor hovers over each state, clicks on each state, or selects each state or territory from the drop-down menu to display the information provided. The map includes the U.S. Territories, Puerto Rico, the Federated States of Micronesia, Guam and the Republic of Palau. The Virgin Islands, the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the American Samoa Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are also included.

Many states feature not only a general office for child support but also an office for tribal families. This page also features additional information for families who are dealing with child support, notes OCSE. Resources include a child support handbook, frequently asked questions for families and information for parents. The page containing more information for parents includes useful information such as how to get child support, descriptions on child support programs and a storybook on how the parents and the child support agency work together.

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