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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Parents who owe child support are urged to catch up or risk losing their drivers licenses.

It is Settlement Week across Georgia, which gives non-custodial parents a chance to get back on track. The initiative runs through Friday May 23rd.

Any Division of Child Support Services office can be of assistance.

DCSS serves 10,277 children regionally and over 521,000 across the state.

The fatherhood program can help many of the dads who owe.

"We actually help them to remove any type of barriers they may have," said DCSS Regional Manager Joy Spilman Therefore getting back on track and paying their child support. Some of the barriers may include high school diploma criminal record it could also be unemployment."

Call DCSS at 1-877-423-4746 or visit their website at http://ocss.dhs.georgia.gov/

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