Manatee County Child Support Program representatives will be available at the Palmetto and DeSoto Boys & Girls Clubs to help parents or caregivers of the Clubs' members with any questions they have about child support. Representatives from the Manatee County Clerk's Child Support office will be available Tuesday, October 15, from 4 PM to 6 PM at the DeSoto Club located at 5231 34th St. West, Bradenton, FL 34210 and on Thursday, October 17, from 4 PM to 6 PM at the Palmetto Club located at 1600 10th St. West, Palmetto, FL 34221.
To better improve services and options to employers, starting in June 2019, the Florida New Hire Reporting Center website and the Employer Services website will be combined into the new Child Support Services for Employers website. The new website will allow employers to report new hires, terminations, separations and bonus or lump sum payments for employees. The site will also offer the option to request copies of an Income Withholding Notice and calculate income withholding amounts.
If you are a parent who owes child support and have been impacted by the federal government shutdown, and you recently received notice of an enforcement action, please
contact the Child Support Program
so we can work with you. As we learn more about your ability to pay, we can better assist you in complying with your support order.
One of the highest priorities at the Florida Department of Revenue Child Support Program is protecting your information. Please know that the Program will never call or email you to ask for your personal information, unless a team member is working on your child support case and needs to clarify information that has been previously requested or provided by you. The Program will never call to ask you for your credit card information or credit card payments.
If you visit a Child Support office, you will need to bring a photo ID or be prepared to provide other information about yourself to verify your identity. If you call the Child Support Program, we will ask you to verify information such as your name, Social Security number, date of birth, mailing address, email and phone number to assist you further.
Remember, the main phone numbers for the Child Support Program are on the Program’s
Contact page. Emails from the Department will always come from an email address ending in @floridarevenue.com.
Beginning January 1, 2018, parents will receive a Title IV-D Standard Parenting Time Plan with their administrative packet when the Department is establishing paternity or establishing or modifying a child support order. To learn more about parenting time plans, visit the
Parenting Time Plans page.
Don’t miss an important update on your case! Be sure to keep your contact information up-to-date online. You can update your addresses, phone numbers and change your email address all through your
Child Support eServices
account. Login or sign up for Child Support eServices today! Keeping your information up-to-date will ensure you continue to receive important mailings and that we can contact you.
Through Florida KidCare, the state of Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18.