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Child Support Enforcement Recognized by Child Support Counsel

Posted on 09/22/15

September 22, 2015, Monroe, NC – Union County Child Support Enforcement was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement by the North Carolina Child Support Counsel for meeting or exceeding goals in all incentive and self-assessment areas for SFY 2015.

Child Support Enforcement exceeded its SFY 2014 collections by 3.04 percent with total collections of $10,401,640, which is $307,143 more than last year’s collections. Collections on current support increased by 0.72 percent to 62.73 percent, and collections toward arrears increased by 0.87 percent to 65.73 percent. Child Support Enforcement ended the year with a paternity establishment rate at 100.26 percent, and was also recognized for passing all self-assessment categories.

Since SFY 2011, Child Support Enforcement’s total collections have increased from $9,284,717 to $10,401,640. Its current support collection rate has increased from 56.41 percent to 62.73 percent. Its collection on arrears rate has increased from 57.80 percent to 65.73 percent, and its cases under order rate has increased from 85.20 percent to 89.60 percent.

“It was a privilege to be recognized by the North Carolina Child Support Counsel for our accomplishments,” said Tanya Johnson, Project Manager for Union County Child Support Enforcement. “We remain dedicated to improving our performance to better serve the needs of the children of Union County.”