Payments May Be Made By Mail, In Person or Online

 
Mail:

Send your personal check, money order or cashier’s check to:

Ohio Child Support Payment Central
P.O. Box 182372
Columbus, OH 43218-2372
(Checks must be made payable to Ohio CSPC)

Please include the following with the payment:

  • Your Name
  • SETS Number (10-digit number beginning with “7”)
  • Your Social Security Number
  • Court Order Number
  • Amounts that should be applied to each case (if you are paying more than one case)

Once a payment has been received, Ohio CSPC (Child Support Processing Center) has 48 hours to process the payment.

 
In Person:

Pay in person at:

South Central Ohio Job and Family Services
Child Support Enforcement Agency

Hocking County Location
389 West Front Street
Logan, OH 43138
(740) 385-5663

Ross County Location
475 Western Avenue
Chillicothe, OH 45601
(740) 773-2651

Vinton County Location
30975 Industrial Park Drive
McArthur, OH 45651
(740) 596-2584

Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 
Online:

Pay electronically using a bank account at ExpertPay.

From a MasterCard, Visa, or Discover using e-childspay.

Or, by MoneyGram.

Public Assistance

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Child Support

Child Support is money paid by a parent, who isn’t living with his or her children, to help cover the cost of their care. Child Support helps guarantee that children’s basic needs are met: from food, shelter and clothes to education, transportation and medical expenses.

Protective Services

We provide protective services to the elderly and children who are in danger of harm, unable to protect themselves, and/or have no one else to assist them. SCOJFS is mandated to investigate and evaluate all reports of suspected abuse and neglect.