Welcome to NATCSD

The National Association of Tribal Child Support Directors (NATCSD) was established in 2006 as an association with the purpose of assisting directors of tribal child support programs with the everyday problems, and questions that arise from operating a tribal child support program so that they may do a better job in providing the needed services to tribal children and their families.

The NATCSD serves to work together to educate and communicate with federal and other agencies or entities regarding Tribal child support programs. It is an excellent network resource for all Tribal Child Support Directors.

We welcome you to join our association to experience in the common passion we share to improve the lives of tribal children and their families nationwide.

Tribal Leadership Training with OCSE

Several program directors expressed concerns in relation to the final rule.

Read the transcript of Standing Rock’s testimony.

Each tribal program is unique.

They have different procedures, and ways of operating. The NATCSD brings the directors together to discuss these different ideas, and share them with each other to help improve our programs, and improve the services we provide to our children, while building relationships with other tribes.

Several program directors expressed concerns in relation to the final rule.

Read the transcript of Standing Rock’s testimony.

Our young people are our future

We must help them in any way we can to achieve their goals in life, and to become productive citizens, and members of their tribes.

The NATCSD helps do this.

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Membership

If you are interesetd in becoming a member of NATCSD, complete and submit a Membership Application Form

Information

For questions regarding membership dues or login information, contact Linda Moser-Buse at: