Louisiana is one of only a handful of states to report on its child support system in real time, as child support is a state-by-state process.
The state has about 9 million children in foster care, a population of about 8 million.
A child in foster custody can receive up to $20,000 in child support each month, or more.
Louisiana Child Support Division data shows the most recent child support payments made by families last month totaled $10,722.
The latest average payment for a family is $14,914.
In 2018, Louisiana Child Protective Services had to spend about $8.5 million on protective services to keep families in their homes.
According to the report, a third of children in Louisiana had to be placed in the home to comply with child protective orders.
Child Protective services reported having to place children in other state agencies because of an expired order, or because there was a medical condition preventing a child from going to day care.
For example, one in four children in a family with a parent who was diagnosed with autism or Asperger’s syndrome was placed in foster home because of that condition.
Child support is not an option for families who are financially stressed or who have been incarcerated, as those are both eligible for payment.
There is a backlog of child support in Louisiana, with about $20 million owed to a family, according to the Child Protective Service.
Some states, like Nebraska, have made some changes to the child support formula since the start of the financial crisis in the early 2000s, but it’s not clear how those changes will affect the child care situation.
If child care expenses exceed child support owed, a child’s case may be dismissed.
The Child Protective Office reported that in some cases, the caseworker would contact the family, and the caseload would then be sent to a judge to decide if a child should be removed.
In other cases, there is a mandatory hearing.
A court can determine whether the child’s parents are delinquent on child support or need to move into child care.
In some cases when the case goes to a child custody hearing, the parents can be ordered to pay the child, and in some instances the judge can order the parent to pay for child care as well.
The report also shows that in 2018, the average monthly child support payment for Louisiana parents was $6,927.
If a child was placed into foster care or placed in a day care, the mother may be required to pay child support as well, as well as child care costs.
If the parents are unable to pay, the court can order that the child be placed with a child welfare agency.
Child care costs vary by state.
For instance, New Mexico has the highest average child care cost at $8,821 per month, followed by Vermont at $5,921, California at $4,823 and Louisiana at $3,928.
Child and family services and public safety were the top three expenses for families.
Child safety costs were $7,917 per month for families in New Mexico, $6.3 for families from Vermont, $5.7 for families with children in New York, $3.3 from families from California and $2.5 for families on welfare.
Child protection and child protective services were the second and third highest expenses, respectively.
Child protective services provided more than $7.9 million per month in services to families with disabilities in New Jersey.
Child welfare services provided nearly $6 million in child care services to the children of New Jersey families, as did public safety.
There were some costs related to transportation, which is covered by insurance.
The child welfare and child protection offices in Louisiana reported that the average family in Louisiana spends about $10 per day on transportation.
However, in 2018 there were only about 1,500 days in the year that families in Louisiana spent on transportation to and from child care facilities.
Families who do not have transportation were able to get assistance from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.
The agency provides assistance to families to cover transportation costs, such as meals and parking, and assistance with insurance costs.
The majority of the costs reported in the report were related to child care for families, and some of those costs were covered by child protective agencies.
Child advocates say it’s important to remember that the amount a family has to pay in child and family support is calculated based on their income, the type of child care they have and whether the family has access to a daycare.
According the report by Child Protective Division, child care is a large financial burden for families that rely on child welfare services to provide child care to their children.
It also can have a significant impact on a family’s ability to meet other needs like employment and housing.
Child advocate Michael Henneman said that child care should be a top priority for families if they want to have a positive impact on