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Los Angeles County Child Support Services, or CSSD, is reaching out to the community and sharing information about its services at more than 120 special outreach activities in August.

The activities are part of the annual national celebration of Child Support Awareness Month, or CSAM, in August.

CSAM is held to highlight the crucial role that child support services play in improving the lives of families and children.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will help kick off CSAM 2019 on Tuesday, Aug. 6 by presenting a resolution to CSSD Director Dr. Steven J. Golightly and CSSD professionals, commending Child Support Services for its work supporting the families and children in L.A. County.

“Children need their parents’ support and we can help,” Golightly said. “Child Support Awareness Month gives us a special opportunity to share information about our vital services and connect in new ways with the community and the families that we are privileged to serve.”

A highlight of CSAM will be the second annual “Child Support Connect Day” on Aug. 13 where L.A. County CSSD will take its services to the community along with other agencies and organizations. “Child Support Connect Day” will take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Liberty Community Plaza, 14181 Telegraph Rd. in Whittier. Community partners include America’s Job Center of California, the 211 Hotline, and L.A. County Departments of Public Health, Public Social Services and Children and Family Services.

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Throughout August, CSSD will be collaborating with many well-known organizations and agencies including the L.A. County Department of Parks and Recreation “Parks After Dark,” the Pomona Unified School District, the City of Los Angeles Summer Night Resource Fair, the Los Angeles County Office of Education, America’s Job Center of California and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

CSSD will also be partnering with organizations that help Justice-Involved Individuals at resource fairs at Compton College, Van Nuys and El Monte.

CSSD also will be participating in back-to-school backpack giveaway events at Walnut Park Elementary School, Mothers In Action 21st Anniversary Health & Family Festival and Drew Child Development in Los Angeles. CSSD also will be reaching out to people experiencing homelessness at events organized by Mt. Sinai Church, HOPICS SPA 6 and Mt. Tabor Church.

CSSD serves families by establishing parentage, obtaining child support and medical support orders, and enforcing child and spousal support obligations.

For more information, call 866-901-3212, view the website at cssd.lacounty.gov and follow on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram #SupportLA @CSSDLA.

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  1. Concerned Father says:

    What to do one of the partner/her extended family just takes the child and vanishes and no trace even after one year. Even when gone to their door step they do not allow inside the house. They do not let the daughter to meet me.They demand INR 30-40 laks as ransom to let them meet me etc.They had beaten my daughter and sort of made her look like a beggar. Even when she asked to take her out to Bangalore or out of the compound for a walk they did not allow that. Can you send some of your folks from USA to India to take care of this problem and rescue my daughter

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