The Chickasaw Nation Child Support Services (CNCSS) program was established to assist Native American children in receiving their mandated child support. The CNCSS program provides child support services to Native American children throughout Oklahoma.
Services provided by the Chickasaw Nation Child Support Services
Chickasaw Nation Child Support Services can assist in collecting child support payments owed by the non-custodial parent by:
Alternative to Incarceration:
Some non-custodial parents may be assigned to the Tribal Enforcement Payment Project (TEPP) which monitors their progress in obtaining or maintaining employment and supervises their child support payments to the custodial parent. Participants assigned to this program will work one on one with program coordinator to identify barriers and work towards self-sufficiency.
Examples of services may include but are not limited to:
The Family Connections Program concentrates on families with Chickasaw children. The program works with the parents or guardians, whom are raising and supporting Chickasaw children to be successful healthy families.
Services may include but are not limited to:
Chickasaw Nation Child Support Services can locate most absent parents using up-to-date computer systems and information databases.
Alternative Conflict Resolution:
The main objective is to create an atmosphere of ongoing cooperation between our clients and a more efficient means of case resolution..
Benefits to using CNCSS:
This service is available inside the Chickasaw Nation's boundries
This service is not available inside the Chickasaw Nation's boundries
This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries
Youth & Family Building
Ada, Oklahoma 74820
Application for Child Support Services
Last Updated: 02/9/2015