The Riverside County Child Support Services (RivCoDCSS) Coffee Break features Nathan Hartel, Deputy Director. Our Coffee Break podcast series aims to cover a variety of topics of interest to the public. The goal is to inform all child support customers on common questions they may have. RivCoDCSS aims to clear up different misunderstandings the public may perceive to be true and restore them with facts. The podcast episodes cover a variety of informative topics on who we are and what we do
Coffee Break Podcast: Veterans Services S4|E1
Join us for a special interview with Riverside County's Veterans Services Director, Grant Gautsche, who will share with us the various services available to our Veterans. Also, hear from one of our very own Catherine Garcia who is currently in the armed services and is part of our Child Support Staff assisting our customers. Enjoy this Coffee Break and if you know a Veteran let them know We Are Here to Help!
CSAM & Season 3 Finale: S3|E10
Season 3 Episode 10
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 10 of Riverside County Department of Child Support Services Coffee Break Podcast with our Host Nathan Hartel, Deputy Director of Programs and Operations season finality. (0.50) a review of episode 1. (1.41) Nathan discusses the theme, Intersections and what does this mean. (2.21) Review of Season 3 and review of our Community Partners and the resources they offer. ( 3:35) Nathan reviews our new web page, and career and job resources. (4:17) Nathan shares about his interview with First5 Riverside, and the services they provide including the Family Resource Centers and the youth programs. (5:25) Nathan hopes that as you listen to the recap of these interviews you can go back and listen to them again or if you missed one to pick up a nugget of information. (5:38) Nathan also interviewed DPSS ( Department of Public Social Services) and they shared some resources for self-sufficiency, also that Child Support Participants are not exempt from their services. (6:37) Episode 5 is covered and the practical aspects of the child support program talking about visitation, custody, and timeshare and how these impact the child support obligation. Stipulations and modifications were also covered. (7:53) Episode 6 with Sahar Andrade and learning regarding the topic of Diversity, Unconscious Bias and Inclusion, how we treat our customers, and the importance of respecting one another. (8:26) Episode 7 and Supervisor Chuck Washington, and the role Supervisors play and his passion for public service, also covering new library openings. (9:43) Episode 8 Riverside County Office of Education, and the importance of literacy by 5th-grade initiative and reading to learn. Dr. Molly shared many examples of what parents can do to get kids excited about reading. (10:20) Most recent episode on Child Support Awareness Month, and highlighting the importance of the services we provide. Nathan announces season 4 coming this Fall.
Coffee Break Podcast: Child Support Awareness Month (CSAM)
(0:49) Introducing special guest Nicole Darracq, Director of the Office of Communication and Public Affairs with the California Child Support Services, and Marquese Howard Marketing, Media, Communications Coordinator from Riverside County Child Support Services. (1:17) Child Support Awareness Month (CSAM) is recognized during the month of August. (1:24) CSAM was proclaimed to be Child Support Awareness Month by then-President Bill Clinton on August 7th, 1995. (1:29) President Clinton wrote a special proclamation on why proclamation was special to him and his presidency at the time. (2:42) Nathan Hartel, Deputy Director, discusses how President Clinton mentions the importance of the state and local government developing innovative approaches to help families cope with child support issues. (3:10) Nathan refers to language that was used in the proclamation at the time “Deadbeat Dads”. (3:48) What child support means to Nicole Darracq at the Federal and State level. (5:20) Nicole gives insight on how child support is not supposed to protect and defend one parent over another but encourage parents to co-parent. (6:29) Child support Awareness Month is not just specific to California, but a nationwide recognition. (6:32) Nicole discussed how Child Support Awareness gets throughout the nation. (15:23) Marquese discusses events Riverside County has planned for August. (15:58) Open Saturday, August 14th for parents who can’t come to the office during the week. (16:40) Marques, talks about the new Debt Reduction Program airing on August 19th. (17:12) August 26th Employer Workshop. (18:44) Marquese discusses Riverside County's new mobile outreach van in the community. (19:33) “Acts of Support” from Riverside County Department of Child Support to the public. (20:21) Nicole's last remarks “It’s about the children” (21:36) Marquese last remarks for parents to please reach out to us “We are here for you”.
Coffee Break Podcast: Riverside County Office of Education Episode S3 | E8
(0:07) Introduction with Nathan Hartel (host) Deputy Director of Child Support Services. (0:57) Nathan gives an outline of Dr. Molly McCabe's background. (2:15) Nathan discusses to primary things Child Support Services does as part of a caseload 1 We establish court orders for child support and medical support,2nd we enforce orders. (4:29) Dr. McCabe discusses how her passion is driven by her family background she explains how her own father had a difficult childhood, but because he develops strong literacy skills he was able to pursue the life he wanted to live and that’s what drove Dr. McCabe and all her work. (5:44) Nathan goes into as an agency how Child Support Services values the role parents play and how they strive to do their best. (7:16) Dr. Molly McCabe explains that ultimately the goal of the initiative for every single child in Riverside county has strong literacy skills develop by the end of 5th grade. (7:27) Defining literacy as the ability to read, write, speak, listen, and represent your thinking/ideas. (9:00) Dr. McCabe gives her top 5 examples of what families can do to support literacy development in children. 1) Create a love of reading, (11:34) 2nd example Family conversations (speaking & listening) (16:07) 3rd example Let them learn about things that they are curious about. (15:10) Nathans gives an example of how you can reinforce reading with your own children. (19:50) Dr. Molly talks about her 4th example of support literacy with children “find lots opportunities within your natural setting”, work on all literacy skills have routines (20:08) Using TV shows and movies to develop literacy (21:12) work on comprehension to develop literacy (23:28) 5th example of developing literacy skills Attend family literacy events and reach out to local libraries. (24:21) Nathan speaks on our 3 brand-new libraries in the county French Valley, Menifee, Desert Hot Springs. (25:58) What to do if your child’s teacher says your child is behind. (27:30) Dr. Molly McCabe strongly suggests you ask for resources that the district and the schools have available to the parent. (28:00) If you have young children that are still learning to read use these resources (28:53) If you have older children you can use these resources to help with literacy. (30:57) Dr. McCabe says, “Don’t try and do too much”. (31:56) How to respond to a child that just doesn’t like to read. (33:28)” Give incentives” sometimes children just need a little incentive to engage. (35:38) Nathan shares the families we serve at Child Support Services. (36:44) Dr. Molly McCabe explains the important role our families play with their children in literacy. (29:02) Dr. Molly gives closing remarks with great resources for families on the Riverside County Office of Education web page. (39:36) Follow RCOE on social media Twitter: @rcoe, Instagram: riverside_coe. (40:36) How you request services and open a new case with Child Support Services.
Double Espresso Shot: County Supervisor Chuck Washington
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 7 of Riverside County Department of Child Support Services Coffee Break Podcast with our Host Nathan Hartel, Deputy Director of Programs and Operations “all things related to child support and more”. Enjoy this episode with our Special Guest Supervisor Chuck Washington from the 3rd District of Riverside County. Supervisor Washington will discuss what is going on in District 3, Riverside County, what is his role, and how he got to where he is today. This episode is a "Double Espresso Shot”, just a little bit longer than a single espresso shot, and packing an even greater punch, it is rich, and it is definitely full! Don't miss out on this exciting episode!
Coffee Break Podcast: Diversity, Unconscious Bias, and Inclusion - a Conversation between RivCoDCSS and Sahar Andrade
Welcome to RivCoDCSS Season 3 Episode 6 Coffee Break Podcast. Diversity, Unconscious Bias, and Inclusion – a Conversation between RivCoDCSS and Sahar Andrade with Host Nathan Hartel, Deputy Director of Programs and Operations.
Truly impressed! A great podcast, interesting, informative and the hosts are the best. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for informing your customers.