May
20
Job and Family Services Planning Committee to meet May 31

Hamilton County’s Job and Family Services Planning Committee will meet Friday, May 31, at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at 222 E. Central Parkway in Room 6SE701.

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May
17
You can report fraud on this site.

May is Public Assistance Fraud Awareness Month in Ohio, and HCJFS is spreading the word that “Fraud Costs All of Us.” Each year, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services disburses more than $2 billion in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …

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May
10
County helps kin care for children through new monthly stipend

Hamilton County grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives who care for children in JFS custody will receive financial assistance from the county under a new program launching this month. Hamilton County Job and Family Services created a kinship stipend program …

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May
06
Child Support Payment Card Changing

Child Support Consumers: Your e-QuickPay cards are being discontinued! You must verify or update your address to receive the new payment cards, which will begin mailing June 21. Please act now! Visit the child support portal, ChildSupport.Ohio.gov, or call Hamilton …

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May
06
Thank you to 675 special families

May is National Foster Care Month and according to the latest figures from the state, we have 675 certified foster homes in Hamilton County. This month, I am sending a special “thank you” to 675 wonderful families that made the …

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May
03
May is Fraud Awareness Month

May is Public Assistance Fraud Awareness Month in Ohio, and HCJFS is spreading the word that “Fraud Costs All of Us.” Each year, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services disburses more than $2 billion in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …

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Apr
26
Fatherhood Collaborative gets noticed

This year, HCJFS helped re-launch the Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County. Recently, Local 12 – WKRC took notice and filed this report on the effort and one of the fathers involved. 

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Apr
25
After transplant, HCJFS staffer comes back and gives back

Danette Jones has been given a gift and now she wants to give back. Back in early 2015, after not feeling well for a few years, she learned she needed a kidney transplant. She took a year off from her …

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Apr
23
CAA offers mobile pantry every month

The Cincinnati Community Action Agency, in partnership with Freestore Foodbank, will distribute free food to families in need through its Mobile Food Pantry, on a first-come, first-served basis. The agency will distribute fruit, vegetables, and baked goods at Tryed Stone New Beginnings …

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Apr
15
Partnership yields new videos

Our agency works to find homes for children in agency care through our website, HCKids.org, as well as social media, and special events. Another way we help spread the word is through a partnership with Grant Me Hope. Grant Me …

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