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Child support deals with the totality of the cost of supporting the child. Generally the cost of supporting the child is split between the parents. As the non custodial parent does not deal with housing, food and all the things that accompany having a person live with you, the custodial parent's contribution is taken into account in the provision of these things. The non custodial parent's contribution is added to what the court considers the funds required to support the child.
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Your question was what child related expenses were not covered by child support. My answer indicated that there are no child expenses that are not designed to be covered by child support. The information you found related to how child support is determined, a much different question. So my answer was responsive to your question, I just missed the true thrust of your inquiry.