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
LGBTQ Cultural Competency Training will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, November 13 at Lighthouse Youth and Family Services, 401 E. McMillan StreetRead 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
Beech Acres Parenting Center is proud to partner with Hamilton County Job & Family Services to provide informational workshops for expecting moms, new moms and their partners. These free, 3-hour workshops are held every Tuesday at 222 E Central Parkway in Room 6 SE 401 from 9 a.m. to noon.Read More
Moira Weir, director of our agency, started in social work in 1993. She has been involved in many cases in the years since and has seen the effects of domestic violence on women and their children.Read More
To honor National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the YWCA of Cincinnati has teamed up with the Bengals, TriHealth and Local 12 to launch what they call a bystander intervention campaign. That means if you – a bystander – see something that …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
HCJFS Director Moira Weir has been chosen as a national finalist for an award recognizing government leaders.
Weir was named one of ten finalists for a 2017 Route Fifty Navigator Award in the category of Agency and Department Leadership. She was one of nearly 300 people nominated for the award. Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black was a 2016 winner in the same category.Read More
Construction catty-corner to the HCJFS office at 222 E. Central Parkway will lead to the closure of lanes of traffic and sidewalks starting in October. Visitors to the building should be aware of the potential closings. Construction of a new …Read More