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Call for Feedback on OCSE Report to Congress - Slide Deck

July 6, 2015

This webinar provided registrants with the opportunity to weigh in with the commissioner of the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE), Vicky Turetskty, on best practices for providing employment support, job training, and job placement for custodial and non-custodial parents. The feedback was intended to inform the contents of a report and set of recommendations for improvements to the child support enforcement program that OCSE was required by law to deliver to Congress.

Child Support

Comments to the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OSCE) on Proposed Rulemaking to Modernize and Increase the Flexibility and Efficiency of the Child Support Program

January 15, 2015

This document contains Heartland Alliance's comments to the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE), which has released a proposed regulation to modernize the child support program and increase its flexibility and efficiency in securing reliable support for families. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposes to update existing rules, some of which are 35 years old, and make changes that would help modernize the program. Heartland Alliance's comments to the proposed rule commend many of the needed changes proposed by OCSE. In particular, the rule permits much-needed job services for eligible noncustodial parents, vital changes to how orders are calculated, and improvements to the handling of orders while the noncustodial parent is incarcerated.

Child Support

Learning, Sharing, and Collaboration: A Summary of the Year-Long Work of the B.MORE Initiative Community of Practice

October 21, 2014

This report is a summary of the year-long work of the B.MORE Initiative Community of Practice. The B.MORE Initiative seeks to open doors to employment and economic advancement for low-income black men across the country through policy advocacy, resource creation, and coalition building.

Child Support; Criminal Justice; Fatherhood

Healthy Relationships, Employment, and Reentry

September 26, 2013

This brief will provide an overview of the evidence supporting the interrelatedness of employment, healthy relationships, family well-being, and recidivism. It will also give the perspectives of expert program practitioners who are successfully integrating programming related to employment, prison reentry, healthy relationships, and responsible fatherhood. Finally, this brief will offer program and policy recommendations for leveraging the positive impacts of healthy relationships on employment and reentry and vice versa.

Child Support; Fatherhood; Reentry

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