Child Support Enforcement Agency
Notice: Fraudulent Child Support Collection Calls
Three Northeast Ohio county CSEAs have been contacted regarding calls requesting payment for past due child support. Please be advised Tuscarawas County CSEA does not use robo calling, nor will we request payment over the phone. A Tuscarawas County CSEA employee will introduce themselves by their first name and will inform you they are calling from Tuscarawas County CSEA. If you have any doubt with whom you are speaking, please hang up and call (330)343-0099 and ask to speak with your case manager or another member of the TCCSEA team
The mission of the Tuscarawas County CSEA is to provide a team of dedicated individuals who work to collect the support your child deserves. We aspire to be an outstanding, family friendly organization providing a professional and caring experience to every parent. We believe that we make a difference in the life of a child by working with both parents to establish and enforce orders which give children the opportunity for a better life.
Submit inquiries and receive answers to your child support questions at your convenience through the child support customer service web portal.
See your child support case and court order information, view & print payment history, send us a safe & secure electronic message, and change or update your registered email address.
Don’t have a computer or printer??????
No problem!!! For your convenience, The Tuscarawas County CSEA has a public access web portal computer available to our customers FREE of charge to view your web portal account or print payment history reports.
ATTENTION ALL CHILD SUPPORT RECIPIENTS:
Ohio is transitioning from e-QuickPay Mastercards to smiONE Visa cards.
New cards will be issued in June. DO NOT DISCARD YOUR BIRD CARD! You must spend down the balance to $0. Money can’t be transferred from the old card to the new card.
If you have any doubt about whether we have your current contact information, please visit the child support portal, ChildSupport.Ohio.gov, or call Tuscarawas County CSEA at 330-343-0099.
Benefits of the new cards:
- Card mobile app, including push notifications of deposits
- Access to funds in Mobile Wallet
- Secondary cards
- Deposits onto cards from other sources, including remote deposit capture and payroll deposits
- More in-network ATMs
- Additional payment options
Reduced risk, better security