Despite benefitting more than 13.5 million children in 2021, child support services can be difficult to navigate. Parenthood, finances, employment, and family dynamics can all be complex and connected, and the average parent shouldn’t have to navigate all of this alone. This is where child support case managers can be a huge asset.
Child support case managers are caseworkers, typically employed by county or municipal governments, who help families understand and utilize the child support system. These case managers advocate on behalf of children and their families to ensure everyone has the resources they need.