**Alert: An Important Message about COVID-19 and Child Support Services**
The Division of Child Support Services (DCSS), Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS), is working closely with federal, state and county partners to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and any potential impact on child support services.
As Colorado eases stay-at-home restrictions, local county child support offices may have adjusted their operations. We strongly encourage you to contact your local child support office for updates on changes to hours of operation and services regarding your child support case.
You can find contact information for all county child support offices in Colorado by entering your City or County in the Find a County Child Support Office search button placed on every page of this website.
We wish you and your family health and safety.
The Colorado Child Support Services Program works with parents and guardians to make sure all Colorado kids get the financial and emotional support they need to thrive.
Our services include:
- Setting up child support and medical (health insurance) orders
- Collecting and distributing child support payments
- Locating parents
- Establishing parentage
- Changing child support orders
- Connections to community resources
No two families are the same. Count on us to help you meet your child's needs.
Child Support in Colorado
The Child Support Services Program oversees child support in Colorado. Individual child support orders are managed by Colorado's 64 county child support offices. These offices handle all services connected to the orders set up in their counties and can answer questions about your situation.