Child Support Services

Siskiyou Modoc Regional Department of Child Support Services

The State of California Department of Child Support Services provides child support and paternity services to parents and guardians through local offices throughout the state. The primary services are to establish parentage and child support orders, collect court-ordered support, and modify child support orders when parents’ income or family situation has changed. The Siskiyou Modoc Regional Department of Child Support Services has offices in Yreka and Alturas.

You are welcome to visit the offices in Yreka or Alturas to find out how the agency might help you obtain financial and medical support for the minor children in your care. Or you can ask for help enforcing or changing an existing support order. Parents with support cases managed by a different California county may also come in or call one of the local offices for assistance.

ALERTS - Important Information

  • NEED A JOB?   Siskiyou Training and Employment Program (STEP) website offers a list of current job openings in Siskiyou County and other useful information.  Visit
  • AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (California Managed Healthcare):   Open enrollment starts again November 15, 2014.  Under some circumstances, enrollment is available year round.  For information or to enroll call 800-300-1506 or visit
  • Now offering eDocuments!  View, save and print your child support documents online instead of receiving them by mail.   To enroll visit CustomerConnect.
  • Beginning March 2013, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (formerly Fish & Game) can suspend Hunting and Fishing licenses for non-compliance with child support orders.  If your license is suspended, we will need a copy of the suspension letter before we can process a release.



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