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Wyoming's Child Support Program - How do I apply?

Wyoming's Child Support Program - How do I apply?

To obtain child support services in Wyoming, you must open a child support enforcement case by completing an application for services. Applications may be obtained by visiting, calling or writing a district child support office. Your case will be opened upon receipt of your completed application with required attachments and payment of the $25.00 fee, if applicable.


You can print the application online: 
Click here. Start your case today! 

Cost
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The cost to open a child support case is $25.00. There is no fee if you are currently receiving a Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and/or Medicaid benefits. If you previously received TANF and/or Medicaid, the local child support office will review federal and state requirements to determine if a fee is required.

In what ways can the Child Support Program help me? 

  • Establishing Paternity
  • Locating parents
  • Genetic testing
  • Establishing and enforcing child support/medical support orders
  • Reviewing child support orders
  • Receiving and disbursing child support payments

Offices around the state:

Cheyenne
307-635-3365 or 800-742-3092

Laramie
307-742-2026 or 800-742-2926

Green River: 
307-875-4725 or 800-742-3098

Sheridan
307-672-2599 or 800-565-4502

Buffalo
307-684-9011

Cody
307-527-8840

Basin
307-568-9329

Worland
307-347-8927

Gillette
307-687-1501 or 800-360-5220

Newcastle
307-746-2311

Sundance
307-283-1515

Casper
307-235-9229 or 800-292-3219

Douglas
307-358-0947 or 866-280-3719

Lander
307-332-6380 or 800-996-6045

Arapahoe Tribe: 
307-857-2436

Ft. Washakie
307-335-8371


The Wyoming Child Support Program is a program of the Department of Family Services which exists solely to promote the safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships. The Child Support program is designed to use contract and county field offices, along with state personnel to provide a variety of services concerning the financial well-being and 'support' of Wyoming's children.