SLI Government Solutions celebrates Child Support Awareness Month with #SupportChildSupport
SILVER SPRING, MD., August 4th, 2020 – Child Support Awareness Month is dedicated to appreciating the parents who meet the emotional and financial needs of their children. The Center for the Support of Families, a division of SLI Government Solutions (SLI), has proudly worked with government agencies since 1991 to help parents build a strong foundation for raising happy and healthy children. During Child Support Awareness Month, SLI and leaders across the Nation celebrate the long-standing effectiveness of the child support program and seek to further educate the public on the importance of child support to families and children.
For Child Support Awareness Month, SLI is launching the new #SupportChildSupport on LinkedIn and Twitter to get the word out!
The goal is for everyone to know about the program and its on-going contributions to supporting the health and wellbeing of children. To participate in celebrating Child Support Awareness Month with SLI, post photos on Twitter or LinkedIn with the hashtag #SupportChildSupport with a picture demonstrating how child support provides emotional and financial care for children in one of the below areas and help build awareness.
- Health: Shelter, Food, and Clothing
- Education: Toys, Books, School Supplies
- Lifestyle: Sports and other Extracurricular Activities, Camps, and Music and the Arts
SLI was inspired to launch #SupportChildSupport because they understand the importance of the work their clients perform. For decades, SLI has provided consulting services and educational resources for child support programs and professionals. Empowerment through professional development is a cornerstone of SLI’s consulting services and has a proven impact on the child support program that results in better service to families, parents, and children. To further expand access to these essential educational resources, SLI is launching a series of virtual seminars including Unintended Bias, Collaborative Negotiations, and Procedural Justice. In addition, SLI is excited to announce a new, interactive eLearning series: Effective Child Support Customer Service.
Our professional development seminars for child support professionals are widely attended and provided the inspiration for the new child support customer service eLearning series,” expressed Vice President of Child Support for SLI, Kathy Sokolik. “Our timing couldn’t be better because, with the recent world events, our virtual learning is in higher demand. We are excited about this launch and are even more excited to share this news during Child Support Awareness Month.”
For more information on the new eLearning series or any of our virtual seminars, visit SLIGov.com or signup to receive early access by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.