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Chat with a LIVE Child Support Specialist 

Unemployed Or Underemployed Parents

Are you currently out of work? Review this flyer to learn about options that may be available to displaced workers.


Child Support Modification

If you have experienced an employment related change in income, you may be eligible for a modification of your current child support order.

We are required to review child support orders upon your request. If you would like us to review the amount of the support order for your child(ren), we will need your consent to do so.

If you request a modification review, a new amount will be calculated using both parent’s income, the cost to add the child to your health insurance and the timeshare percentage. Once a review is started it cannot be stopped. A review may result in an increase or decrease of your child support.

Click here to access the forms online and print them.


Recently Paroled

If you were recently paroled, please review the links below to learn how the LCSA may be able to help you with your child support case and which Social Security benefits may be available to assist you with a successful re-entry such as health care and assistance in obtaining sustainable employment.

Child Support Help for Recently Paroled
Social Security Benefits After Incarceration: What You Need to Know
How To Expunge a Criminal Record

 


EDD Bond Program

The EDD Bond program provides employers with a Fidelity bond (insurance) at no cost to them for up to six months to protect an employer against possible theft, dishonest or fraudulent acts when they hire or promote a high-risk employee. Individuals who may be considered high-risk are as follows:

  • Ex-offenders
  • Recovering substance abusers
  • Welfare recipients
  • Individuals with Bad credit
  • Dishonorably discharged military veterans
  • Economically disadvantaged youth and adults with limited or no work history

Additional Information

Job seekers, current employees, and employers please review the EDD Fidelity Bonding Program Fact Sheet for additional information.

How to apply for bond certification

Job seekers, employees or employers may apply by visiting your nearest EDD Workforce Services or EDA One-Stop office. In order to expedite the process, you may also complete Section B and Section C only of the Fidelity Bond Certification Request and take the completed form with you.


Workforce Development (RIVCO)

If you reside in California but are not in the Riverside County area and would like to locate, a Workforce Development Center or One-Stop near you, please select the link below:

Locate a One-Stop Career Center

 

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Family Law Assistance

In-person assistance is not available for the month of January 2022

 

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The DCSS court interview offices in Riverside & Hemet will be CLOSED, the Family Court is NOT Closed

The DCSS court interview offices in Riverside (3760 12th St, Riverside, CA 92507) and Hemet (880 N State St, Suite B1, Hemet, CA 92543) will be closed from Thursday, January 13, 2022, through Thursday, January 27, 2022.

THE FAMILY COURT IS NOT CLOSED. ALL DCSS CHILD SUPPORT COURT HEARINGS REMAIN AS SCHEDULED AND WILL BE CONDUCTED TELEPHONICALLY DURING THE CLOSURE PERIOD.

  1. For hearings in Riverside Family Court, call # 951-955-4520 by 8:30 AM to check-in for your hearing. 
  • For hearings in Hemet Family Court, call # 951-791-2251 by 8:30 AM to check in your hearing. 
  • If you do not check-in for your hearing, the court may enter orders against you in your absence.

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The 2022 Pass Through Increase: Effective January 1, 2022

ATTENTION: Parents Currently Receiving Cash Assistance from CalWorks

Starting January 1, 2022, if you receive cash assistance for your child or children through the CalWORKs program, the amount of the current month’s child support payment that is “passed through” to you may change from $50 up to $100 if you have one child, and up to $200 if you have two or more children living in the home. This is because the law that covers this “pass-through” has permanently changed. If the current child support collected is less than $100 for 1 child or less than $200 for 2 or more children, you will only receive the amount collected, NOT the increased amount. There is no action required and the increase will automatically start for child support collected on or after January 1, 2022. Have questions or want more information? Call us at (866) 901-3212 or visit childsupport.ca.gov/faq

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Ways to Reach Us During COVID!

Set your virtual appointment today! Click on appointments tab above

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🚗Driver License Release Program is Here!!

No appointment needed, Visit any location

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POWER OUTAGE- We are experiencing intermittent connectivity issues

Thank you for your patience as we work on correcting this issue

We are experiencing a power outage at this time and we temporarily do not have access to our case system. We thank you in advance for your patience as we work on correcting this issue!

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Masks are required for all individuals in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status

December 15, 2021 through January 15, 2022 (surgical masks or higher-level respirators are recommended)

Masking Requirements

The COVID-19 vaccines remain effective in preventing serious disease, hospitalization, and death from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Unvaccinated persons are more likely to get infected and spread the virus which is transmitted through the air and concentrates indoors. To ensure that we collectively protect the health and well-being of all Californians; keep schools open for in-person instruction; and allow California's economy to remain open and thrive, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is requiring masks to be worn in all indoor public settings, irrespective of vaccine status, for the next four weeks (December 15, 2021, through January 15, 2022).

 

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FREE Virtual Workshop: Debt Reduction Program 💵- New!!

Learn how you can reduce your child support debt!!!

RivCoDCSS is hosting a FREE Virtual Workshop. Join us live, August 19th, 2021, at 10:00 am!

We will provide up-to-date information regarding child support services and programs impacted by COVID-19 and we are featuring the new Debt Reduction Program and will share who may qualify and how to apply!

Thursday, August 19th, 2021 - Live at 10:00 am

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