Child Support Outreach Efforts Honored

Child Support Outreach Efforts Honored

San Bernardino

The Child Support Directors Association has given special recognition to the San Bernardino County Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) for raising awareness and educating community partners about the importance of helping families provide for their children—the recognition was bestowed on two of the department’s teams.   The DCSS Military Liaison team was honored for establishing partnerships with Fort Irwin Army National Training Center and 29 Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center. Members of this team have traveled to military bases to educate military partners about child support and how it is intended to assist both mothers and fathers. Part of their efforts have resulted in presentations to the Judge Advocate General’s Office for attorneys, paralegals and over 100 of Fort Irwin’s command staff.    The second honor went to the DCSS Child Support Outreach team in the category of Child Support Program Awareness for raising awareness and education community partners, county departments and customers about the agency’s services.  This effort is part of the department’s Holistic Case Management approach which raises their clients’ awareness about services while also ensuring the department works with clients to remove barriers to their becoming self-sufficient.  This effort is accomplished in partnership with the San Bernardino County Library Administration which provides after-hours child support services at three local branches; Mondays with DCSS which bring the agency’s services to its customers; and collaborations with the county’s Workforce Development Department.   “I am proud of the efforts of the department in reaching our customers, county and community partners and local military in creating an awareness that DCSS is here to help both mothers and fathers to provide for their children and achieve self-sufficiency,” said DCSS Director Marie Girulat. “Through one coordinated effort, we have been able to positively impact lives, one family at a time.”

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