Hamilton County Job and Family Services administers state, federal and local programs designed to help those in need and help families work toward self sufficiency.
The agency has served Hamilton County since 1947. Today, the approximately 780 employees that work for the agency serve hundreds of thousands of Hamilton County residents.
The department is one of the few quadruple-combined public human service agencies in Ohio – providing public assistance, children’s services, child support and workforce development programs to the community.
Among the department’s many duties: local child protection, adult protection, child care, child support enforcement, workforce development, cash assistance, food assistance and medical assistance.
Since 2007, HCJFS has been led by Agency Director Moira Weir. HCJFS is the largest department within Hamilton County government and reports to the Board of Hamilton County Commissioners.
Hamilton County Job and Family Services is accredited by the Council on Accreditation, an international, independent, not-for-profit child and family service accrediting organization.