August is Child Support Awareness Month

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The Tennessee Department of Human Services Child Support Program is joining others across the nation in recognizing August as Child Support Awareness Month.


Child Support Awareness Month represents a time to raise awareness of the services available through the program and the positive impact it can have on families and children in Tennessee.

During state fiscal year 2016, Tennessee's Child Support Program served nearly 550,000 children and distributed over $643 million in child support on behalf of these children. While providing these services, Tennessee's Child Support Program is ranked nationally as one of the top 5 state programs in cost effectiveness, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Child Support Enforcement data.


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