Madison County Child Support Enforcement Agency
Enforcement of a Court/Administrative Order - Madison County CSEA uses all appropriate legal means available to enforce support issued both judicially and administratively. These actions include Wage Withholding Orders (to income providers such as employers, Unemployment, Social Security, and Workers Compensation), Seek Work, Tax Offset Program, Credit Reporting, Contempt Referrals, FIDM and License Suspensions.
Individuals can mail child support payments to:
OCSPC at P.O. Box 182372 Columbus, Ohio 43218-2372
. The payment must include the case number and the name of the parties of the case to insure proper credit.
Interactive Voice Response (IVR) - The IVR is an automated system that allows 24 hours access to some case information such as payments and balances or arrearages. To access the IVR, call 1-800-860-2555.
Online Child Support Case Information - The Ohio Child Support Customer Service Web Portal allows customers with an active child support case a secure environment to view their child support case information. Customers are able to view and print up to two years of child support data, as well as view address, employment, health insurance and support order information that is on file with the child support agency. For more information, or to register, please visit the Customer Service Web Portal website at
Madison County CSEA
200 Midway Street
London, Ohio 43140
Sue Mosier, Child Support Administrator 740-852-4770 or 1-800--852-0243 740-852-4756 (fax)
The Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) is responsible for administering federal and state Child Support program requirements. Madison County CSEA strives to encourage family stability through accessible, comprehensive, and effective programs. Our staff is dedicated to providing services with knowledge and professionalism in order to enhance the lives of today's children.
Paternity Establishment - Madison County CSEA will establish paternity for a child born out of wedlock. The parties may choose to complete a Paternity Affidavit at the hospital when the child is born or request to have genetic testing done. In most cases paternity can be established by using the administrative process without having to go to court.
Establishment of Support Orders - If a person does not already receive child support, the child's parent, guardian or legal custodian can contact Madison County CSEA for assistance in obtaining an order for the payment of child support and health care for the child.