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.
Awards, Silent Auction, and Beneficiary Information now available!
Award Nominations are open, and close on May 27, 2016. Nomination sheet is linked below.
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.
We are once again soliciting for nominations in the following categories: Lucille Dawson Award for professional Excellence,
Partnership Award for Professional Excellence, Judges Award for Professional Excellence, Presidents Award and Outstanding Tribe Award.
See attached document definitions on Award categories and how to submit.
DEADLINE: May 27, 2016
Click here for the Award Nominations Form.
Each year NTCSA hosts a Silent Auction during the Annual NTCSA Training Conference. Historically, the proceeds raised from the Silent Auction are typically a gift contribution to a neighboring non-profit organization that benefits
Native children, youth & families in the area of the hosting region of the Conference.
Please consider donating an item for the silent auction, there is a Silent Auction Contributors form linked below. Please review for important information.
Click here for the Silent Auction Form.
For 2016 Conference Material, click here for more information.
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
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
Click here to download a copy of
our Membership Application.
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.