The Mission of the Child Support Services Program is to assure that all children receive financial and medical support from each parent. This is accomplished by locating each parent, establishing paternity and support obligations, and enforcing those obligations, and by helping both parents assume responsibility for the economic and social well-being, health, and stability of their children. We recognize that children benefit from positive ongoing relationships with both parents.
The primary customers of the Child Support Services Program are children in need of support. Secondary customers are the two parents of these children. It is important to recognize the different values and perspectives of those involved in children’s lives and to acknowledge that, while interests may conflict, the physical and emotional needs of the child are paramount.
The child Support Services Program is a partnership between federal, state and local County child Support Services agencies and courts, law enforcement agencies, and other entities operating under cooperative agreements with Child Support Services agencies, partners work together to achieve results for the children and their parents.
Montrose County Child Support Services is pleased to announce that we now have a Non-Custodial Parent Program in place to assist our Non-Custodial Parents navigate the system, to refer to outside resources, and to understand the importance of their involvement in the support of their children. To contact the Non-Custodial Parent coach, please call 970-252-4223.
To inquire about services available through the Child Support Services Program, please call 970-252-4200 and/or access the State website at Colorado Division of Child Support Services Our hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Highlights of 2009
The Montrose County Child Support unit was awarded honors for "Outstanding Medium County for the State of Colorado". There are 22 medium size counties. This was the fifth such award received by Montrose County since 1990.