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Welcome to the
Nebraska Child Support Enforcement Association Website!

Welcome to the web site of the Nebraska Child Support Enforcement Association.  Our organization is composed of several hundred Nebraskans dedicated to improving the lives of over 100,000 children across our state and nation.  Our members provide paternity and child support services throughout 93 Nebraska counties.  We also provide community education and outreach.  Membership is free to child support professionals working in Nebraska.  Let us be of service to you!  
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NCSEA is dedicated to providing education and information to Nebraskans working in the generalized field of child support enforcement, including state and county enforcement officers, attorneys and clerks of district court, and their staffs.

Our membership is divided into 7 geographic regions across the state. Each region is encouraged to sponsor regular activities in their communities that foster awareness of the importance of child support in the lives of our children, the future leaders of our nation.   Many community activities occur in August, which has been designated as Child Support Awareness Month across the state. If you would like to help with a Region Project or Activity, please contact the region representative in your region.  A list of current region representatives and region map can be found on our "Contact Us" page.

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Our Mission Statement: The Nebraska Child Support Enforcement Association is a professional organization whose mission is the training and professional enhancement of those who work in child support by means of an annual statewide training conference, regional workshops, local meetings and a newsletter.  The Association seeks to promote public awareness of the importance of child support to the well being of Nebraska's children.

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