Erie County SCU

Popularity:#29 of 67 Child Support Offices in New York#129 in Child Support Offices

Erie County SCU Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Erie County SCU, a Child Support Office, at Franklin Street, Buffalo NY.

Name
Erie County SCU
Address
95 Franklin Street
Buffalo, New York, 14202
Phone
888-208-4485

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Child Support Offices Nearby

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About the Erie County SCU

The Erie County SCU, located in Buffalo, NY, is a government agency that oversees local child support enforcement. Under New York law, the Child Support Office ensures that children receive support from their non-custodial parent. The office can also establish paternity and garner wages.

You may contact the Child Support Office for questions about:
  • Filing for child support
  • Buffalo Child Support services
  • Child support hearings and cases
  • Paternity tests in Buffalo, NY
  • Enforcement for unpaid child support
  • Child support account information

Erie County Children & Single-Parent Household Statistics

Find Erie County Children Living in Single-Parent Family Households, Single-Parent Households With Children by Age, Children Living in Single-Parent Households by Housing Ownership, Single-Parent Households With Disabled Children, Relationship of Children to Single-Parent Householder, Single-Parent Household Income, and School Enrollment of Children Living in Single-Parent Households. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Erie County Children Living in Single-Parent Family Households
 Erie CountyNew York
Children Living in Households187,8504,114,547
Children Living With Male Householder11,983294,903
Children Living With Female Householder56,4501,097,362
Erie County Single-Parent Households With Children by Age
 Erie CountyNew York
Children Under Age 6 Living With Male Householder27.9%34.6%
Children Under Age 6 Living With Female Householder30.5%31.1%
Children Age 6 to 11 Living With Male Householder32.0%31.7%
Children Age 6 to 11 Living With Female Householder35.2%33.2%
Children Age 12 to 17 Living With Male Householder40.1%33.6%
Children Age 12 to 17 Living With Female Householder34.3%35.7%
Erie County Children Living in Single-Parent Households by Housing Ownership
 Erie CountyNew York
Children Living in Male Owner-Occupied Housing Units51.6%42.3%
Children Living in Female Owner-Occupied Housing Units30.8%26.0%
Children Living in Male Renter-Occupied Housing Units48.4%57.7%
Children Living in Female Renter-Occupied Housing Units69.2%74.0%
Erie County Single-Parent Households With Disabled Children
 Erie CountyNew York
Children With Disabilities Living With Male Householder5.3%4.3%
Children With Disabilities Living With Female Householder6.6%6.2%
Erie County Relationship of Children to Single-Parent Householder
 Erie CountyNew York
Biological, Step, or Adopted Children Living with Male Householder84.3%77.4%
Biological, Step, or Adopted Children Living with Female Householder86.5%80.1%
Grandchildren Living With Male Householder5.8%8.7%
Grandchildren Living With Female Householder10.7%14.6%
Other Related Children Living With Male Householder3.6%10.2%
Other Related Children Living With Female Householder1.9%4.3%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child Living With Male Householder6.3%3.7%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child Living With Female Householder1.0%1.1%
Unmarried Partner of Male Householder Present41.4%42.7%
Unmarried Partner of Female Householder Present13.8%14.4%
Erie County Single-Parent Household Income
 Erie CountyNew York
Median Income of Male Householder Households with Children$40,172$45,009
Median Income of Female Householder Households with Children$27,151$29,121
Children Living With Male Householder Receiving Public Assistance30.1%31.9%
Children Living With Female Householder Receiving Public Assistance59.6%51.5%
Children Living With Male Householder Below the Poverty Line21.0%22.6%
Children Living With Female Householder Below the Poverty Line46.8%42.5%
Children Living With Male Householder At or Above the Poverty Line79.0%77.4%
Children Living With Female Householder At or Above the Poverty Line53.2%57.5%
Erie County School Enrollment of Children Living in Single-Parent Households
 Erie CountyNew York
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in School9,367216,193
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in School43,531857,371
Children Living With Male Householder Not Enrolled in School81825,604
Children Living With Female Householder Not Enrolled in School4,02077,250
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in Public School92.9%91.3%
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in Public School92.2%91.7%
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in Private School7.1%8.7%
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in Private School7.8%8.3%