September 25, 2019 Housing mobility programs should involve a detailed assessment of where residents live and why. Authorities also need data and tools to assess program effectiveness.
The Child Support Directors Association of California (CSDA) was established as a nonprofit association to represent the local child support directors of California’s 58 counties. The Association strives to be of service to local child support agencies (LCSAs) in their effort to provide children and families with the financial, medical, and emotional support required to be productive and healthy citizens in our society. Our purpose is to collaborate as a unified voice, transforming the lives of children.
The annual conference is designed to afford all child support professionals from local, state, and federal government agencies, tribes, and vendors providing services to the Child Support Program with a meaningful and relevant training experience. California and national staff, including directors, child support caseworkers, supervisors, managers, attorneys, trainers, clerical, customer services staff, outreach, IT, financials, account and administrative staff will gain useful information and resources. This event is sponsored by CSDA for members of CSDA, CSDA-member LCSAs, and other stakeholders/organizations related to child support issues. We invite IV-D funded court personnel including Commissioners, Family Law Facilitators, and court clerks; IV-A agency staff involved with the IV-D program or interface; and other Health and Human Services staff to join us and derive the benefits from our annual training conference