What does Missouri Family Support Division do?

The Family Support Division (FSD) is a state-administered agency responsible by law for the administration of programs and services to help empower Missourians to live safe, healthy, and productive lives. The Director of the Family Support Division is appointed by the Director of the Department of Social Services.

How do I contact Missouri food stamps?

You can apply for food stamp benefits online or you can call 855-FSD-INFO (855-373-4636) and ask one of our team members for an application. Completed applications should then be sent to us by email at [email protected] or fax to 573-526-9400.

Where do I send my Missouri food stamp application?

Send your completed application by email, mail, or fax to:

  1. Email: [email protected]
  2. Family Support Division. 615 E 13th St. Kansas City, MO 64106.
  3. Fax: 573-526-9400.

How do I check the status of my child support case in Missouri?

Check the Status of A Case: Call (573) 556–3800.

Does child support automatically stop at 21 in Missouri?

Missouri’s child support laws differ from those of other states, in that child support obligations may continue well past high school. Once the child reaches age 21 or “completes his or her education,” whichever comes first, the child support obligation ends.

What happens if you don’t pay child support in Missouri?

Criminal prosecution is possible if a paying parent stops paying child support for 6 months within a twelve-month duration. Aggregate delinquency of more than $5,000 is a felony. Criminal nonsupport charges penalize the failure to pay, but they do not lead to a new order for payment, unlike a civil contempt order.

Is Missouri giving extra food stamps?

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will increase by some 25% over pre-pandemic levels. A family of four in Missouri that has been eligible for $785 a month during the pandemic will see that amount rise to $835.

How do I apply for food stamps in Missouri?

Submit documents or applications along with your date of birth and SSN or DCN by:

  1. Email: [email protected]
  2. Fax: 573-526-9400.
  3. Mail: Family Support Division. PO Box 2700. Jefferson City, MO 65102.