Child Support

Since 2003, the Floyd County Prosecutor’s Office has collected over $57,000,000 in child support for the children of Floyd County.

The Child Support Division provides the following services:

  • Establishment of paternity for children whose parents are not married.
  • Establishment and enforcement of court orders for the payment of child support.
  • Establishment and enforcement of medical support orders.
  • Collection and enforcement of child support and back child support.
  • Review and adjustment of current support orders.
  • Locating non-custodial parents in order to establish or enforce orders.

Janice Allen, Director (Criminal Child Support cases)

Bessie McDanielIntake Caseworker

Jo Fletcher, Caseworker (Non-custodial parent’s last name begins with A-Deq)

Alex Matheis, Caseworker (Non-custodial parent’s last name begins with Der-Hop)

Stephanie Smith, Caseworker (Non-custodial parent’s last name begins with Hoq-Mop)

Candice Robinson, Caseworker (Non-custodial parent’s last name begins with Moq-Sim)

Casey McCauley, Caseworker (Non-custodial parent’s last name begins with Sin-Z)

Title IV-D of the Social Security Act requires every state to administer programs that establish paternity, child support, and medical support for children whose parents are not married; Title IV-D also mandates that states provide a means to enforce certain child support court orders. In the State of Indiana, county prosecutors administer these programs and services. You may contact the Floyd County Child Support Division at (812) 948-5475.

  • Prosecutor’s Victim Assistance Coordinator

    A victim of crime in connection with criminal charges filed by this office may be eligible to receive assistance from our Victim's Assistance Coordinator.

    The Victim’s Assistance Coordinator provides information for victims through interactions with law enforcement, prosecutors and during court proceedings; by providing support and guidance to victims and their families; by informing victims of their rights; and by advising victims and/or their families of case developments and any upcoming trial court or hearing dates.