Parents

Chat with us!Mon - Fri 8 am to 5 pm EST

Employers

  • Services for Employers
  • Report new hires, re-hires and manage information about your employees with income withholding orders for child support
  
  
Picture Size
  
  
Description
  
  
  
  
DOR_CSP_Internet_Slide_2020_720x309_web_chat_promo.pngDOR_CSP_Internet_Slide_2020_720x309_web_chat_promo720 x 309182 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
We’re here & ready to help!
Chat with us…Chat with us…
1
contact_us_by_email_slide.pngcontact_us_by_email_slide720 x 30929 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Contact us by email
Expanded email options are now available/childsupport/Pages/customer_contact_form.aspx
2
csp_contact_us_slide.pngcsp_contact_us_slide720 x 309328 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Contact us. We’re here to help!Contact us. We’re here to help!
3
DOR_CSP_Internet_Slide_what_is_child_support_video_promo_7.19.pngDOR_CSP_Internet_Slide_what_is_child_support_video_promo_7.19720 x 309171 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Watch this 3 minute video about the child support program and services it provides.
Learn More…https://youtu.be/Yzkb_ol8Hk4
4
DOR_CSP_Slide_Apply_Online.pngDOR_CSP_Slide_Apply_Online720 x 30987 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
You can save & return to complete your application!
Apply online to open your child support case...You can save & return to complete your application!
5
mobile_app.pngmobile_app720 x 30944 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Available FREE on Google Play for Android and in the Apple App Store!
Visit the Employ Florida website…Visit the Employ Florida website…_blank
7
Receive_Payments_Dual_Enroll.pngReceive_Payments_Dual_Enroll720 x 30951 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
For more information, call 1-877-769-0251
Learn more…/childsupport/Pages/payment.aspx_top
8
slide2.jpgslide2720 x 30960 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Access to your child support information online 24 / 7.
Visit eServices…Visit eServices…_blank
9
slide4.jpgslide4720 x 30953 KB 8/21/2020 8:03 AM
Make Child Support payments online. It's quick & easy!
Learn More.../childsupport/make_payments/_top
10
  
  
Body
  
  
  
45
  

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides for cash payments to many Americans. Under federal law, these payments, referred to by the U.S. Department of the Treasury as Economic Impact Payments, are subject to federal offset for persons who owe past-due support. This means the U.S. Department of the Treasury will take the amount of past-due support owed from the Economic Impact Payment and send that amount to the Child Support Program.

To learn more about federal economic impact payments, including frequently asked questions by parents and joint filers of parents, please visit the Child Support Economic Impact Payment Offsets webpage. ​


10/23/2020Yes2020
37
  
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.
11/8/2019Yes2019
31
  

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.

5/7/2018Yes2018
43
  

Through Florida KidCare, the state of Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18.

11/17/2014Yes2014
38
  
There are many K-12 Scholarship Programs available to Florida’s families and their children. Information can be found on the Department of Education’s website at: http://www.fldoe.org/schools/school-choice/k-12-scholarship-programs/
11/4/2014Yes2014