LOUISIANA — The Department of Children and Family Services have put out a list for parents wanted for non-payment of child support.
DCFS says if the money isn't paid, in the long run, it impacts everyone in Louisiana.
“When money is not paid, what happens is these families actually then have to rely on other services,” said Trey Williams with DCFS. “They might have to apply for food stamps or welfare, so really, for all taxpayers, it's a burden.”
Statewide, DCFS says there's over a billion dollars in back-owed child support.