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Provides additional information and resources on child support services in Ohio.

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This page provides information to the customer about how to request a review of their child support order and addresses questions about how to obtain a modification of the support obligation. To learn more about the review and adjustment process, check out the “Changes to Child Support Payment Q & A” video here.

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more about the review and adjustment process, check out the “Changes to Child Support Payment Q & A” video here.

Ohio Here to Help is a one-stop source of information for Ohio’s unemployed workers and their families, and is unique in that it can quickly connect visitors to a wide range of information and resources – from both public and private entities.

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– from both public and private entities.

The Wayne County Clerk of Courts website provides Public Access to search the Wayne County Court dockets so that you can check the status and history of court actions in Wayne County.

The Common Pleas Court contains a domestic division which has jurisdiction over cases involving divorce, dissolution, annulments, legal separations, spousal support, and allocation of parental rights and responsibilities. The Domestic Relations Court is located in the Common Pleas Court.

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and responsibilities. The Domestic Relations Court is located in the Common Pleas Court.

For information and forms necessary for filing parentage, support, custody and visitation actions with the Wayne County Juvenile Court

Wayne County Prosecutor, Daniel R. Lutz

Established in 1990, the Ohio CSEA Director’s Association (OCDA) is a statewide organization representing county child support enforcement agencies (CSEAs).

The nation’s Child Support Enforcement Program (CSE) is a Federal/State/Tribal/Local partnership to help families by promoting family self-sufficiency and child well-being.

The Wayne County Family and Children First Council exists to help coordinate services for families with children prenatal through age 24.

For information on local resources or visit the 2-1-1- First Call For Help website

Community Legal Aid is a non-profit law firm that services the legal needs of low-income and elderly residents of central northeast Ohio.

ABLE helps Wayne County, Ohio adults prepare for their GEDs, college and vocational school entrance exams, learn to read, improve math and writing skills, improve English language skills, and it promotes family literacy, positive parenting and lifelong learning.

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and it promotes family literacy, positive parenting and lifelong learning.

Take Time to be a Dad Today. Find information on fatherhood programs, and take time to check out the “For Dads” section.

Parenting time is an important part of strengthening and nurturing the parent-child relationship. The Ohio Supreme Court offers a new resource, Planning for Parenting Time—Ohio’s Guide for Parents Living Apart.

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Living Apart.

Applying for affordable health insurance is easy and confidential. Your child or teen may qualify for no-cost or low-cost health insurance coverage through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Many parents may also be eligible.

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Insurance Program (CHIP). Many parents may also be eligible.

Texts to keep you and your baby healthy.

Find resources for dads, and information on law, policy and events sponsored by the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood.

A storybook published by the federal Office of Child Support that emphasizes the importance of both parents working with the child support program. Learn more about the services provided by the child support agencies.

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the child support agencies.

Sesame Workshop provides free, bilingual (English/Spanish), multimedia tools for families with young children (ages 3 to 8) who have an incarcerated parent.