WCCSEA Leads Ohio for Eighth Consecutive Year

WCCSEA Leads Ohio for Eighth Consecutive Year

WAYNE COUNTY, OH, Aug. 2019 — Under the leadership of the Office of the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney, the Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency has increased their current support collections each year for the previous seven years and was recognized as the Best Performance in Support Order Establishment in the medium caseload division for the eighth consecutive year. WCCSEA is currently providing support to more than 6,000 active cases.

“In order for our agency to be able to get that regular, consistent support that is so important to our families,” said WCCSEA Director Brynn Jackson. “It is, first, important that we get families in and work with us in order to establish those child and medical support orders.”

According to Jackson, the federally mandated agency works to establish paternity and enforce child and medical support obligations to ensure parents are paying consistent support for the well-being of children.

Attending the ceremony was Deputy Director Child Support for the Department of Job and Family Services Jeff Aldridge who praised Jackson for the work of her agency.

“We recognize those counties in their category size based on caseload and that perform at the highest level,” Aldridge said about WCCSEA. “It is a well-run agency.”

A proclamation was also presented to the WCCSEA by the Wayne County Commissioners.

For additional information about the Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency, visit http://csea.wayneohio.org or phone 330-287-5600.

By Dan Starcher, public communications specialist for the Wayne County government.