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Ending dependency with Child Support Cooperation

Child support is one of the best tools to end dependency and help single-parent families get off welfare—yet fewer than one in four single-parent families on food stamps get the support they need. With child-support cooperation, parents are required to cooperate with the state’s attempts to collect child support. If they don’t, those parents lose their welfare benefits. For more information, please visit:

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