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Welcome to the National Tribal Child Support Association (NTCSA) Web site.


The purpose of this site is to:

  • Serve as a connecting point for NTCSA members and
  • Provide resources toward our mutual efforts to serve Native American children through effective child support programs.

News Alerts

Presentations form-2016 Annual Conference-Tulalip, Washington

Swab Training 2015 Paternity-Identity Chain Collections 5-2014

Centennial Accord between the Federally Recognized Indian Tribes in Washington State and the State of Washington

Chapter 26 25 RCW Cooperative Child Support Services - Indian Tribes

Chapter 43 376 RCW Government-to-Government Relationship with Indian Tribes

DCS Tribal Relations Website Address

DCS Tribal Relations Team Directory 062116

DSHS-Admin Policy 07-01

Journey to Success-Tribal Relations in Wa State

Leadership Workshop for NTCSA




Plan Amendment Presentation for NTCHA Website

Port Gamble S'Kallam Tribal Innovation Grant

Public Law 280.ppt

TIG Presentation

Tribal Programs and Agreements

Tribal Child Support Budget Toolbox PPT presentation_FINAL

Tribal Child Support Partnerships

Tribal Relations Team Brochure

Tribal State Partnerships in WA State


Tulalip Policy PowerPoint

Tulalip Presentation 2016 Attorney's Role in Policy TK

Whats Trending in Tribal Child Support Policy NTCSA 06242016.pptx

Award and Beneficiary Information now available!

Each year at our annual conference the National Tribal Child Support Association gives awards to recognize the hard work and special efforts made by individuals and agencies to promote tribal child support enforcement.

Award Declared, 2016. The Awardee Names are mentioned below.

Award winners:

Lucille Dawson: Meekin Houser, Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma Partnership Award: Meskwaki Nation

Judges Award: John Cripps, Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court

Outstanding Tribe Award: Kaw Nation

President’s Award: Kent Walden, Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma

Children’s Charity Beneficiary

          Tulalip Childrens Group
    This year’s beneficiary is the Quilceda Tulalip Elementary Drummers and Singers

Please consider donating to the NTCSA Scholarship Fund.
With your help, NTCSA can provide financial assistance to tribal children in need and deserving
of our support in pursuing their educational dreams.

100% of the contributions will be used for educational purposes on behalf of today’s students
who will be tomorrow’s leaders. No contribution is too big or too small!!

      NTCSA - Scholarship Fund
      PO Box 12556
      Green Bay, WI 54307

2016 Executive Board Nominations:
Congratulations to our newest member to the Board of Directors!

President: Marsha Harlan, Indian Collaborative Consultants.
Secretary: Aimee Turner, Kaw Nation.
Board Seats: Amber Ahola, Leech Lake, Sunnie Bisonette, Lac Courte Oreille, Willowa “Sis” Horn, Fort Belknap Tribe, Charles Tripp, Indian Collaborative Consultants.

BY LAW 2016 Approved Click here

2016 NTCSA Membership Drive
The on-going work of the National Tribal Child Support Association is focused on serving the interests
of the more than 60 Tribal IV-D programs. Your membership and participation allows the Association to act
effectively in having our voices heard, impacting legislation and regulations, and insuring the continuation of
all of our efforts to serve tribal children.

Click here to download a copy of our Membership Application.

Child Support Funding for Tribes Now Available from the Federal Government. Click here to find out more.

For any and all future inquiries regarding Membership and Conference Registration, please go to contact us.

Please click here for instant access to the current Tribal Child Support Directory. This Directory is updated every 30 days as needed.

Tribal IV-D Directors Receive Awards

NTCSA's Web site is in its development phase. We hope that you will feel free to offer suggestions or comments. We look forward to hearing from you.

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