Social workers who assist working mothers say that Mississippi’s child support cooperation requirement is one of their biggest barriers.
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We talked to eight experts about what lawmakers and other state officials could do to improve Mississippi’s fraught child support program.
A look at how Mississippi’s child support enforcement program often creates unintended effects for many of the state’s families.
Who profits off privatization of Mississippi’s child support program? A former employee Is questioning the way the contract was awarded.
Inside the years-long effort to improve Mississippi’s deeply flawed and antiquated child support enforcement program.
Despite some help, over half of Mississippi’s child care centers have closed as they struggle to remain solvent amid COVID-19
Some officials are calling on the state to invest more in child care centers as the industry is on the brink just as the state is reopening and many Mississippians are heading back to work.
DHS, in midst of leadership transition, failing to monitor spending of public dollars, child care center safety standards
Mississippi Department of Human Services most cited agency in state audit report. Compliance director says “There’s not really a culture of keeping documentation at DHS.”