Breaking News: Project Child Support Partner with Fathers Now of Newark Now.
Project Child Support’s Website: http://www.projectchildsupport.org
Project Child Support and Fathers Now, The Newark Comprehensive Center for Fathers a subsidy of Newark Now, partner to provide child support assistance services for Newark Parents. The program will include providing child support educational and assistance services to parents through Newark’s Comprehensive Centers for Fathers.
The Newark Comprehensive Center for Fathers (NCCF) helps fathers develop a stronger commitment to fatherhood, stronger parenting skills, and stronger employment skills. Project Child Support's Amnesty Program will enable parents who are noncustodial parents and owe child support to obtain services structure court ordered payment plans to repay their unpaid child support arrears, discharge arrest warrants, driver license suspensions and tax levies. The program also provides legal services to obtain court orders that reduce noncustodial parent’s child support obligations for parents who are underemployed or whose income has been reduced since their child support order was issued.
Newark residents who are owed unpaid child support may acquire the assistance of Project Child Support’s Collection Program, which provides custodial parents with the most comprehensive private child support collection service to collect their unpaid child support arrears. Custodial Parents who just need investigation services to obtain a Child Support Order, can subscribe to the Filling Investigation Program to locate noncustodial parents and receive certifications to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement to grant custodial parents Child Support Orders, once a noncustodial parent is notified and files to appear in court.
Project Child Support is an initiative of the Custodial Support Foundation and Bounty Alert that provides child support assistance services to custodial and noncustodial parents in an effort to reduce the over $100 Billion owed in unpaid child support. Kai D. Patterson, who was raised in Newark, by his late mother, and never received child support from his father, spearheaded the Project Child Support initiative. “It feels good to be able to provide a program needed by so many in the city where I was raised, and witnessed first hand how the nonpayment of child support has destroyed the opportunities of countless children,” says Patterson. The Father’s Now program will be one of the first programs of Newark Now to offer Project Child Support’s services to Newark residents. Antoinette Dismukes, who was also raised in Newark, and has experienced the challenges of collecting child support, is Project Child Support’s Marketing Manager, who will coordinate the child support assistance services for Newark Now’s parents.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PARENTS MAY CONTACT
Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at email@example.com