Welcome to Kenosha County Child Support Services
Our program promotes stable, safe and healthy relationships between parents and children and collaborates with our community to put children first, strengthen families, and encourage responsible parenthood.
Effective January 8, 2022, Wisconsin is moving from EPPIC to Way2Go, providing debit card users with more services and a new website. Please see the following documents for more information:
- Way2Go MasterCard Conversion Poster 2022
- Debit Card Conversion 2022 Frequently Asked Questions
Effective August 14th, 2023, Kenosha County Child Support Services’ staff have new email addresses. The format has changed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please update the contact information you have for us to reflect our new email addresses.
Questions about why you are going to court or what will happen at court? Please see our answers to those questions for Establishment, Paternity, Paternity Acknowledgment or Administrative Paternity Hearings:
- How it Works - Establishment Hearing
- How it Works - Paternity Hearing
- How it Works - Paternity Acknowledgment or Administrative Paternity Hearing
Kenosha County Child Support Services’ mission and purpose is derived from title IV-D of the Social Security Act:
To enhance the well-being of children by assuring that assistance in obtaining support, including financial and medical, is available to children through locating parents, establishing paternity, establishing support obligations, and monitoring and enforcing those obligations.
What is Child Support
To attain payment records, report address changes and view case activities online, please sign up for Child Support Online Services.
Empowering Lives through Education, Vocational Assessment, Training and Employment. ELEVATE is a voluntary program that offers employment services, parenting resources, and serves un/underemployed participants.