Event tentatively scheduled to be held October 27-28, 2020 in Columbus.
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Due to the Governor's Stay at Home order, we are now working remotely. We can be reached via email or on our cell phones. Thank you!
Ohio Coronavirus Hotline 1-833-4ASKODH (1-833-427-5634)
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You may have seen news coverage recently on Governor DeWine’s commitment to continue accepting refugees through the refugee resettlement program.
On December 19, 2019 the state sent out this important warning.
OJFSDA announces the 2019 Outstanding Director of the Year.
The sponsor of Senate Bill 165, which would require photos to be added to SNAP EBT cards, has proposed an amendment that would give additional time for implementation if the bill passes.
Lt. Governor Jon Husted has announced the launch of TechCred - a program that reimburses eligible employers training costs for incumbent and prospective employees to earn a microcredential.
We encourage members to take a look at this request from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) seeking input on strategies to improve access to high quality, affordable child care in the U.S.
The Attorney General’s Elder Justice Unit has released new resources that counties may find helpful when talking about elder abuse in their community.
Ohio’s recently passed state budget invests $675 million to help districts and schools support their students’ academic achievement through mental health counseling, wraparound services, mentoring and after-school programs.
The outcome of the census will have a profound impact on many facets of our work.
The legislature sent an agreed upon budget to the governor late last Wednesday night.
SNAP recipients living near farmers’ markets should have received notification letters explaining the program.
Census population estimates show 13 of Ohio’s 88 counties already had more people of retirement age in 2018 than they had children.