WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE
Child support services are available to both custodial and non-custodial parents. Even if the other parent is living in another state, you can enroll for services in Indiana. Caretakers or relatives who have custody of a child may also enroll for child support services.
The Child Support Program provides assistance with the following:
- Establishing paternity (determining the child's biological father)
- Finding the non-custodial parent
- Establishing a child support order or making changes to an existing support order
- Establishing an order for health insurance and medical support for your child(ren)
- Collecting child support payments
- Determining the amount of past due child support
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN ENROLLING FOR CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES
When you enroll for child support services, a case is opened and referred to the county Prosecutor’s office. The Prosecutor's office will determine the appropriate services for your specific case. If you decide after submitting the enrollment form that you no longer wish to enroll, you must contact the county where your case is located and follow their procedures for closing your case.
HOW DO I ENROLL
OPTION 1: ENROLL ONLINE
Complete and submit information via CHILD SUPPORT ONLINE ENROLLMENT FORM
OPTION 2: ENROLL IN PERSON
Contact your County Prosecutor's Title IV-D child support office. To find the office in your area, visit childsupport.in.gov/county.
Gather the information required by your county child support office.
Complete a Child Support Enrollment Form. You can get a form from your county child support office, or you can download a copy below. There is no fee to enroll.
Take or mail the completed form to your county child support office.
Below is the link to the Child Support Enrollment Form. Completing and printing the form before going to your county child support office will save time for everyone.