Thursday, February 12, 2009

Tulalip Child Support Program Outreach Meetings

Come out the second Thursday of every month to the Tulalip Child Support Outreach Meetings. It is an opportunity for the community to meet Tulalip Child Support staff and a Washington State Child Support representative, from the tribal unit.

Things Tulalip Child Support staff can do:
- Find answers to your Washington State child support questions.
- Act as a liason if you have a Washington State case or want to open a child support case with the State.
- Understand how child support works.

Indian children are the most valued resources of the Tulalip Tribes and constitute the future of the Tribes. The purpose of the Tulalip Child Support Program is to enforce the child's right for support (financial, medical, emotional, and cultural) from both parents in order to raise the standard of living for Tribal children. This program will work in collaboration with all agencies and departments to help meet the needs of the entire family.

Outreach day this month: February 12, 2009 12pm-3:30pm
Location: Language Department (Old Health Clinic)
Phone number: (360)-716-4556
Business hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-4:30pm.

Note: Tulalip Child Support is in the start-up phase of having our own Child Support Program. At this time we cannot take any classes.