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Cooperating on Child Support

Too few single-parent families are not receiving the child support they are owed. By expanding the child support cooperation requirement in many welfare programs and childcare subsidies to include non-custodial parents, families are less likely to be on welfare, more children will have more stability, and tax dollars will be safeguarded.

Our Promoting Work Over Welfare Reform Experts
Jonathan Bain

Senior Research Fellow

Jonathan Ingram

Vice President of Policy and Research

Sam Adolphsen

Policy Director

Scott Centorino

Visiting Fellow

At FGA, we don’t just talk about changing policy—we make it happen.

By partnering with FGA through a gift, you can create more policy change that returns America to a country where entrepreneurship thrives, personal responsibility is rewarded, and paychecks replace welfare checks.