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The Child Support Enforcement Agency does not represent either the mother or the father of the child ren. The CSEA represents the court order and our obligation is to make sure that it is fulfilled. The following pages highlight some of the programs, useful tools to become educated regarding your support order, and how to ultimately become more informed. Each child support case is unique and there is no one-size fits all process regarding child support.
Children Services Adult Protective Services General Program Description Adult Protective Services APS is a system of social services for adults who are years-old or older, who may be victims of abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation. The adult must be living in the community. APS does not have jurisdiction in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. This legislation enables a Licking County Job and Family Services social worker to investigate reports of elder abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation and try to correct those situations.