The quickest and easiest way to apply or renew health care benefits is to call 1-844-640-OHIO (6446) Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. You may also apply online at www.benefits.ohio.gov. There, you will answer a series of questions …Read More
“Keeping children safe – that is the end goal of everything we do here,” said Margie Weaver, assistant director – Children’s Services. “Every tool we use, every program we implement, every new effort we engage in, these are all puzzle pieces that ultimately connect together to support safety decision making.”Read More
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is offering discounted tickets and season passes to community members who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
The Zoo Access for All program encourages families and individuals of all backgrounds to visit the zoo by showing their SNAP card and a photo ID to receive discounted tickets.Read More
Hamilton County Job and Family Services wants applicants for a program that will help food-assistance recipients to be truck drivers.Read More
Hamilton County Job and Family Services will be unable to process Medicaid cases at the end of this month due to a software update to the Ohio Benefits Work Portal. Consumers will also be unable to access information from the self portal.Read More
An innovative, award-winning partnership from HCJFS is continuing to help people who are “getting by” with food assistance get ahead in a new career.
HCJFS has partnered with the state and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service in this first-of-its-kind partnership meant to elevate food assistance recipients. The partnership has received national recognition for its innovative approach.Read More
As we settle into a new school year, we feel fortunate to have a great team of co-op students working for us as they continue their studies at Mount St. Joseph University. This is the seventh year for the partnership …Read More
We run a one-stop employment center in Hamilton County and people often ask me what career fields are the most promising.
Of course information technology, truck driving and health care are at the top of the list, but I increasingly point to an old staple for the US economy: manufacturing.Read More
Produce Perks provides a dollar-for-dollar match – up to $10 — to customers who use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program food cards to buy healthy fruits and vegetables.
Clifton Market, located at 319 Ludlow Ave. is a community-owned grocery store that stocks regionally-grown fruits and vegetables.Read More