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Ohio Labor Market Information Classic Home Page
Provides labor market information, including unemployment and employment statistics,
for the state of Ohio.
Office of Ohio Health Plans
Provides health coverage to families with low incomes, children, pregnant women,
and people who are aged, blind, or who have disabilities.
Allen County Department of Job and Family Services
The Department administers traditional welfare programs such as Medicaid, Food
Stamps, Title XX Social Services, Child Day Care, Fraud Investigation and ...
For further information contact: Allen County Department of Job and Family Services 1501 South Dixie Highway PO Box 4506 Lima, Ohio 45804-4506 Phone: (419) 228-2621 FAX: (419) 227-2448 Offering Opportunities for Independence Job & Family Services "The cornerstone of Ohio Works First (OWF) is to place all employable OWF participants in suitable jobs which lead to economic self-sufficiency for themselves and their families." The Allen County Department of Job and Family Services is one of the largest departments in the County, with a staff of over 120 employees and annual expenditures for all programs of over $71 million
The Department administers traditional "welfare" programs such as Medicaid, Food Stamps, Title XX Social Services, Child Day Care, Fraud Investigation and Overpayment Recovery
Allen County Ohio - Family & Children First
Mission is to initiate and coordinate resources for Allen County families and
children so that families may flourish.
The Initiative is a statewide effort to coordinate and plan services in the State so that every Ohio child can achieve the best outcomes and enter school ready to learn
The grant provides for home visits by social services professionals and nurses, service coordination, parent education and support, and an Individualized Family Service Plan for families whose children age birth to 36 months have a disability or are at risk of developing delay because of family or environmental risks
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Greene County, Ohio
Government Home Page.
Greene County, Ohio Local Government Web Portal ELECTED OFFICES COUNTY AGENCIES OTHER RESOURCES On-Line Tools Services Courts · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Information Other Links · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Copyright © 2005-2006 Greene County, Ohio
Montgomery County, Ohio
Official site presenting department overviews, news, history, job listings, and
County Services are broken up into three main service areas, Human Services, Criminal Justice and Environmental Services
Clermont County, Ohio - Department of Job & Family Services
County, state, and federally supported agency responsible for basic financial,
medical and social services.
Home Clermont County Department of Job & Family Services Tim McCartney, Director 2400 Clermont Center Drive Batavia, Ohio 45103 513-732-7111 The Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services (CCDJFS) is a triple combined agency that provides a broad range of services to the Clermont community including Child Support, Children's Protective Services, Medicaid, Food Stamps, Ohio Works First, Workforce Investment Act and other programs
The CCDJFS is a county, state, and federally supported agency responsible for basic financial, medical and social services to ensure that the basic needs of Clermont County citizens are met
We are located in the medical-social services complex on Clermont Center Drive just off of Bauer Road in the Batavia area
Administrative and program services are organized into the following primary divisions within the department: Child Support Enforcement (513-732-7248) Employment Services (513-732-7111) Children's Protective Services (513-732-7173) Fiscal Services (513-732-7111) We are proud of the services we provide to the community through the efforts of a professional and dedicated staff with a strong emphasis on workforce development and community involvement
Clermont County , Ohio
Official site providing information on county agencies, history, and geography.
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State of Ohio Jobs
Searchable list of government jobs
that is maintained by the Centralized
Recruitment Office. Lake County, Ohio USA - Home Page
Official site provides overview of government, calendar, and links to all county
offices, officials and services
, the educational system, visitors bureau and ...Press Release # 6 August 2, 2006 For more Info contact: Kenneth Gauntner Lake County PIO 440-350-5499 NEWS RELEASE LAKE COUNTY DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE PROGRAM LAKE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES The Lake County Department of Job and Family Services have set up a Disaster Relief Assistance Program to provide financial assistance to Lake County residents who qualify, and were affected by the recent flooding that hit Lake County
Applications may also be picked up in person at the Lake County Department of Job and Family Services, 177 Main Street, Painesville
Summit County Ohio
Official county government web site.
Huron County Department of Job and Family Services
Provides information about child care services.
The Huron County Department of Job and Family Services' Child Care Program provides partial payment to child care providers for families who meet certain eligibility guidelines
In this section you can meet the Huron County Depart- ment of Job and Family Services Child Care staff and learn more about how we help you find good quality child care
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Franklin County, Ohio
Official site presenting news releases, meeting schedule, service index, and job
Medina County Job and Family Services
Provide accessible, supportive services fostering independence and enhancing the
quality of life in the community and county.
MEDINA COUNTY JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES 232 NORTHLAND DRIVE MEDINA, OHIO 44256 Director, Mead Wilkins Our Mission Statement: The Mission of Medina County Job and Family Services is to provide financial assistance, Medicaid programs, protective and supportive services that foster independence and improve the quality of life in the community
Medina County Job and Family Services has several programs to help you and your family: Agency Information: and Bid Specs Times
Madison County Department of Job and Family Services: MadisonWorks!
Offers employment opportunities, job postings and childcare resources.
Search our job postings to find employment that matches your skills, experience, and training, Access job postings on the internet, research job and labor information, Learn about childcare options, veterans services, and unemployment compensation, Make use of the Resource Room computers to create and print a resume, Explore what careers connect with your skills and interests, Discover different training and education programs, and brush up on interview questions and keyboarding speed
All content and graphics on this site are Copyright ©2004-2005 of Madison County Department of Job and Family Services
Seneca County Department of Job And Family Services
Provides services and seminars to assist employers and prospective job seekers.
A private nonprofit agency providing services to children and their families.
Includes a list of programs and employment opportunities.
Hamilton County, Ohio
Official site with links to the following departments: Human Services, County
Engineer's office, Public Works, HC Treasurer, Health District.
Wood County Government
Presents overview of departments and agencies, county commissioners, and employment
opportunities. Probate records available online.
Perkins, recently entered into an agreement, to provide up to $60, 000, continuing a five-year collaborative effort between the Wood County Department of Job and Family Services and the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board
Ohio Head Start Association
Dedicated to providing advocacy, training and support for Head Start programs in
the state of Ohio. Includes staff directory, event calendar, mission and value ...
OHSAI October Meeting October 5-6, 2006, Columbus Ohio Ohio's Voluntary Quality Rating System Step Up To Quality is a voluntary Three-Star Quality Rating System now being piloted in select early childhood programs licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services