EVERY CHILD NEEDS SUPPORT
Virginia's children need both financial and family support to grow and thrive. Children with actively involved parents perform better in school, have high self-confidence, and generally achieve greater success in life.
The Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) is committed to helping parents support their children by focusing on more than just money. DCSE offers free family engagement services focusing on access and visitation, responsible parenting, employment assistance, and prisoner reentry.
The Virginia Division of Child Support Enforcement recognizes the financial impact federal employees and families are experiencing as a result of the federal government shutdown. If you have been impacted by the shutdown and have concerns about your child support case, please review our resources for custodial and/or noncustodial parents. You may also contact us at 1-800-468-8894 Monday through Friday, 7am-6pm. Child Support Specialists are available to discuss your concerns and provide information regarding resources that may be helpful to you. Visit www.211virginia.org for sources of help using one of the largest databases of health and human services in your community and statewide. You may also contact your bank and/or credit union as they may have financial assistance available.