Child Support

Changes Coming to Ohio's Child Support Program

Starting on July 1, 2019, the Ohio e-QuickPay Debit Mastercard will be discontinued, and a new card will take its place: the smiONE payment card.
s m i one credit card image


For a smooth transition:

  • Make sure your child support enforcement agency (CSEA) has your correct address on file.

  • Keep your e-QuickPay card until you spend down the balance. The balance will NOT transfer, and it still can be used after July 1.


    e quick pay credit card


Child support customers can now gain instant access to their case information via the child support customer service web portal.  Customers are able to view and print up to two years of child support payment data, as well as view address, employment, health insurance 
and support order information.


Registration is free and easy.
Go to jfs.ohio.gov/ocs to register today!

Child Support Payment Information: 1-800-860-2555
 
  
24-Hour On-Line Payment Information:
http://jfs.ohio.gov/ocs 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) will help ensure the healthy development of children by locating parents, determining paternity, establishing support obligations, and collecting child support while emphasizing accountability, customer service, and community collaboration.