121 South McDonough Street, Annex 3, Third Floor, Jonesboro, GA 30236
DCSS Contact Center 1-877-GA DHS GO (1-877-423-4746)
Administrator: Lesa Myers
The Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) helps children by enforcing parental responsibility to pay financial support.
The Child Support Services division of the Clayton County District Attorney's Office is a contract agency with the State of Georgia, DHS, DCSS. Our office maintains a caseload of approximately 3,600 cases involving interstate child support actions. An interstate child support action involves one parent who resides in the State of Georgia, and the other parent resides outside the State of Georgia, including foreign countries.
All Georgia families have access to DCSS services, which include assistance with locating non-custodial parents, confirming paternity, establishing and enforcing child support and medical support orders, and collecting and distributing payments. DCSS also provides the Georgia Fatherhood Services Network and the Access and Visitation Program, both devoted to increasing non-custodial parent involvement in a child's life.
Our division is comprised of 11 full-time employees, and an assistant district attorney who is employed part-time.
For more detailed information regarding services offered, please visit the State website at www.ocse.dhr.georgia.gov.