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Los Angeles County Child Support Services logoThe Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department will educate the community about its services at more than 50 special outreach activities in August as part of the annual nationwide celebration of Child Support Awareness Month.

Child Support Awareness Month is held to highlight the importance of child support services and how they can assist families and children.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will help kick off CSAM 2017 on Tuesday, August 1 by presenting a resolution to CSSD Director Dr. Steven J. Golightly and CSSD staff, commending the Department for its work supporting the families and children in L.A. County.

Recently, CSSD was recognized for providing outstanding customer service to families and children when it was given the statewide Outstanding Program Award from the California Child Support Directors Association.

“Our services are critical to the well being of thousands of families and children in our County,” Dr. Golightly said. “We look forward to August as a special opportunity to share information and interact in new ways with the general public, the parents we serve, and our community and government partners.”

Throughout August, CSSD will collaborate with many well-known organizations and agencies including the L.A. County Department of Parks and Recreation, Los Angeles County Office of Education, America’s Job Center of California, Pomona Unified School District, HealthRight 360, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Mothers in Action, San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the American Payroll Association, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Pomona Valley Reentry Resource Fair and the Whittier Community Resource Center.

A highlight of the outreach will be the always well-attended, annual child support workshop for community organizations and government agencies, who like CSSD, provide important services to families and children. The workshop will be held on August 31 at the Liberty Community Plaza in Whittier from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

CSSD serves families by establishing parentage, obtaining child support and medical support orders and enforcing child and spousal support obligations. For more information about child support services, call 866-901-3212, view the website at cssd.lacounty.gov, and follow on twitter @CSSDLA or Like CSSD on Facebook @LACSSD.

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  1. Graham says:

    Child support is fraud and rhe people involved in this program should call it felony awareness month. Judges are bribed, supervisors salaries are tied to the judges, so that when the Judges salaries go up the supervisors salaries go up. Wghich is directly tied to making NC fathers fail financially so that their interes gives bonuses and higher salaries to Judges and hence Supervisors like felons Zev Yaraslobsky, and Mike Asssonofabitch. One only has to read about the criminal bill SBX2-11 proving that really August is just “The Month of a Cesspool of Felons Celebration”. These people are the downfall of a democratic country and dragging it into a facist gulag of a few destroying the masses with a perverted interpretation of laws that benefit them and remove the voice from the real power that belongs to the people. They should all be stripped of their authority and tried for treason. And you should be ashamed for aiding and abetting them.

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