WILMINGTON — The Clinton County Job and Family Services’ Child Support team has been commended by the Ohio Office of Child Support.

The staff was recognized and received a commendation for “Superior Performance in the Federal Fiscal Year 2016” for the Statewide I-70 initiative.

Child support collections in Clinton County are at 72.5 percent of the available support to be collected in Clinton County, stated a media release. Approximately half a million dollars per month is collected for current child support orders.

The Child Support staff was featured for the month of December as an outstanding performer out of 88 counties in Ohio, and a statewide video conference was held at the Clinton County Job and Family Services agency.

There are approximately 3,300 child support cases in Clinton County.

Across the state, about one in three children are involved in Ohio’s child support program.

The Child Support team attributes their successes to innovative processes, dedication, commitment, and essential partnerships with the Clinton County Courts and the Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Clinton County Child Support is supervised by Nicole Rodman.

Child Support is one of four units at Clinton County Job and Family Services (JFS). Kathi Spirk is the Director of the local JFS.

From left in the front row are Dianna Hanshell, Jill Lieurance and Melissa Caskey; and from left in the back row are Shannon Moler, Nancy Boggs, Nicole Rodman (Supervisor) and Charity Brooks. They comprise the Clinton County Job and Family Services’ Child Support team.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_CSEA_p_f.jpgFrom left in the front row are Dianna Hanshell, Jill Lieurance and Melissa Caskey; and from left in the back row are Shannon Moler, Nancy Boggs, Nicole Rodman (Supervisor) and Charity Brooks. They comprise the Clinton County Job and Family Services’ Child Support team.
3,300 child support cases in county