Manage your online account with NY.gov ID
The New York Child Support Program is committed to delivering services to the greatest extent possible through this public health crisis. Many local offices have limited staff or staggered schedules. We strongly encourage you to limit person-to-person contact by using the options listed below:
Apply for services:
See our fillable pdf form here
Seek consideration of relief from enforcement:
- Affidavit of Net Worth
- Driver License Suspension Request or Challenge
- Mistake of Fact and/or Exempt Money Claim
- Request for Review of Additional Amount
- Department of Taxation and Finance Challenge
- License Suspension Claim
Many of these forms are fillable. To complete them on a mobile device, you may need an additional app, and free versions are available. Search “app to fill out pdf” to find an appropriate version for your device.
Please email or mail to your local child support office
Update case information (change of address, change of employer, loss or reduction of employment)
Access your account or check status of a payment or disbursement by clicking here
If you do not have a NY.gov ID, you can create a NY.gov ID now.
Apply for direct deposit:
Click here for more information about direct deposit and the form.
Report or resolve enforcement Issues
Call the New York State Child Support Helpline at 1-888-208-4485. (Please note you may experience longer than normal wait times to speak with a representative and may be asked to call back.)
For court information visit the New York State Unified Court System website at www.nycourts.gov or call the court's Coronavirus Hotline at 1-833-503-0447.
Please bookmark this page to check for additional updates.
Request a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
A PIN is required to set up your online child support account.
Call 1-888-208-4485 (TTY: 1-866-875-9975) to request your PIN.
You will need to provide your full name, Social Security number (SSN), child support account number(s), and your mailing address. You can also mail a written request to the following address: Attn: PIN, NYS Child Support Processing Center, PO Box 15365, Albany, NY 12212-5365. A written request must also include your signature.
Create and access your NY.gov ID account
If you do not have a NY.gov ID, you can create a NY.gov ID now. You will need your PIN to create your account.
You can also use a NY.gov ID from another State agency (e.g., MyBenefits, Tax and Finance, Motor Vehicles, etc.) to access your child support account information. Go to the NY.gov ID Log in page, enter the NY.gov ID you want to use, and follow the prompts.
Do you want to change the e-mail address or security questions and answers for your NY.gov ID? Log in to Account Update with your NY.gov ID username and password. Click Modify Account, make your changes, and click Confirm to save your changes.
For more information, visit the child support NY.gov ID questions and answers page.
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Recover your username or password
Remember—Your NY.gov ID password is case sensitive. Be sure to type your username and password exactly as you created them, with the right combination of UPPERCASE and lowercase letters, numbers, or symbols.
Unlock your account
If your account is locked, wait at least two hours before you try to log in again. If you cannot log in after two hours, you must reset your password. Use the "Forgot Password" link on the NY.gov ID page.
If you have other problems or questions about logging in with your NY.gov ID, call the Enterprise Help Desk at 1-844-891-1786.