FAQs

Q: Who are the members of OJFSDA?

A: Membership is open to the 88 county JFS offices, the Ohio County Children's Service Boards, and Child Support Enforcement Agencies (CSEA).

Q: What services does OJFSDA provide?

A: OJFSDA provides training, research, and education related to the integrated ODJFS system. OJFSDA also serves as a liaison between the Ohio office of Job and Family services and each of the 88 county offices.

Q: Is OJFSDA affiliated with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services?

A: No, it is not. OJFSDA is a member organization that serves the county directors. It is NOT a state organization such as the ODJFS

Q: Who does OJFSDA serve?

A: OJFSDA represents the 88 county Department of Job and Family Services offices. OJFSDA also provides services to the Ohio general assembly, key public policy makers, and agency staff.