The License Suspension Program is a federally mandated program to suspend individual licenses fro non-payment of child support.
What licenses can be suspended?
Once a noncustodial parent has become two (2) months behind in making child support payments, the delinquent parent will then be subject to the License Suspension Program procedure.
A licensee may request a review by MDHS on issues of correct personal identification and the state of delinquency. License suspensions may be appealed to the Chancery Court.
Child Support, SNAP/TANF and Aging Services Call Center