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Department of Child Support Services Hosts Informational Open House

May 17, 2013

Placer County’s Department of Child Support Services is hosting a monthly “Open House” seminar to provide information to residents interested in learning more about the services it provides. This month’s seminar will be held Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at 1000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 200, Rocklin.

“Government involvement in people’s lives can sometimes provoke anxiety,” said event coordinator Kristen Mindus. “By providing access to experts in each area of child support that can assist with answering those questions, the department continues to foster honest and transparent relationships with those it serves.” 

From the best way to open a child support case, to the nuances of bank levies and garnishments, an expert in each field will be available Tuesday to answer questions. The goal of these monthly events is to give residents a clear understanding of the processes and of the many services Placer County is committed to providing.

“Providing information to our customers allows greater opportunity for some to make informed decisions about payment schedules and avoiding difficult circumstances if an obligation has not been met,” Mindus said.

The public is encouraged to attend this event on May 21st

For more information on the Department of Child Support Services, please visit the website by clicking this link: CHILD SUPPORT at or contact Susan Dunlap, Program Manager, at 916-435-5706.