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Child Support Cooperation: Ending the cycle of dependency

Problem: Too few families are getting the child support they deserve

Nationwide, child support payment collection is a big problem. The most recently available data shows that few single-parent families receive child support at all and still fewer receive the entire amount owed them. In fact, in 2015, fewer than one in four single-parent families on food stamps received any amount of child support. Even among those families who receive support, most only receive a portion of what is owed.

Find out how to solve this problem and read the full report below.

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