New Customer Service Features available soon!

Exciting new customer service enhancements are coming to the New Jersey Child Support Program. The Office of Child Support Services continues to improve and offer options to the customer service experience on njchildsupport.org as well as the interactive voice response (IVR) system at 1-877-NJKIDS1. There are many new features on the way!

NJ Child Support wants to help simplify your life through advances in communication technology. Both parents participating will begin receiving child support notifications over the telephone.

Starting November 25, 2013

Custodial Parents will receive telephone notifications regarding:

  • Scheduled events such as court hearings and conferences
  • Appointments, including genetic testing
  • Payment notifications when they are equal to the amount of support due for the month
  • Resources/forms
  • Additionally, an "opt in" feature notifying when a payment is disbursed to you by check, directly deposited into your bank account or added to your child support debit card

Non-Custodial Parents will receive telephone notifications regarding:

  • Payment due dates
  • Scheduled events such as court hearings and conferences
  • Appointments, including genetic testing

Also in the near future, you will have the option to:

  • Receive the notifications mentioned above via Text Message

In December...

NJ Child Support Case Info Mobile App will launch and be available for iOS and Android devices

Please click on the link to view a demo for iOS: http://www.wsits.com/video/

Welcome to the New Jersey Child Support website. The site features the essential information for all the child support customers and audiences we serve, including custodial parents, non-custodial parents, employers, child support professionals, staff, and supporting organizations and agencies.

Child support is more than just money

It is the responsibility of each parent - both mother and father - to make sure their child has enough food to eat, clothes to wear and a safe place to live. Still, some children do not get the support they need.

Regardless of their living situation or relationship, both parents should provide the financial, medical and emotional support a child needs to grow into a responsible adult. New Jersey's Child Support Program can help.

There are two parents in every child support case. One is the custodial parent (or the payee) - the one who lives with the child and has the primary day-to-day responsibility. And the other is the non-custodial parent (or the payor) - who also has important responsibilities.

Co-parenting is vital to maintaining a healthy relationship with your child. Although one person may have the day-to-day duties, taking shared responsibility is a key element in the support and success of children.

Remember: your child has the right to support and you have the right to this help. All the services described on this site are available to you.

We hope the information here will help you find your way along the child support road. Keep in mind: Child support is more than just money. If you would like more information, please contact your county support office or call the New Jersey Child Support Information Line, 1-877-NJKIDS1.

    Find all of the tools and answers you’re looking for:
  • Secure access to case information
  • Payment center
  • Application information
  • Resources/forms
  • News & FAQ
  • One-click Spanish translations, utilizing Google’s translation services
  • An “adaptive” design for the best user experience on any device: desktop, mobile, or tablet
  • Resources, including Military and Fatherhood

NJCHILDSUPPORT.ORG is available whenever and wherever you need it. We hope you find it helpful.


NJ Child Support Handbook and Brochure

NJ Child Support Handbook and Brochure

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  • Healthcare Enrollment Events

    The Stronger Families New Jersey Coalition and its partners are holding Healthcare Enrollments Events:
    • The Leaguers, Inc. will sponsor an enrollment event on Friday, March 28, 2014 from 2:00 pm-5:00 pm at 405-425 University Avenue, Newark, NJ  07102 (fliers attached)
    • The Irvington Health Department will host “Information and Enrollment Assistance” at the Municipal Building at 1 Civic Square, Irvington, NJ  07111 on Wednesday, March 26, Friday, March 28 and Monday, March 31, 2014 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    The end of the current open enrollment period for ACA health insurance is March 31, 2014. 

    Mar 27, 2014

Important note: In order to avoid any delays in your ability to access case information, and to assure you receive future mailings, it is important that the child support system has your up-to-date mailing address.

If your address has recently changed, print the change of address form using the following link, Change of Address Form and take or mail it to your local Probation Office. http://www.njchildsupport.org/services-programs/locate-local-county-offices.aspx.

Thank you for your cooperation in helping to ensure you maintain the ability to receive the most up-to-date case information and other important child support information.