Intake interviews on public assistance cases will take place over the phone, rather than in person, starting July 17. This transition is happening for the convenience of the consumer, who will no longer have to travel downtown, pay for parking, …Read More
Food assistance recipients interested in a new career now have a chance at free training to be a truck driver under a Hamilton County Job and Family Services program. But only a limited number of slots are available! HCJFS will pay …Read More
May is Public Assistance Fraud Awareness Month. If you’re considering selling benefits or “stamps,” you should be aware that we are on the lookout for fraud and, if you are caught selling benefits, you will pay with a loss of benefits, and possible fines and jail time.Read More
Hamilton County JFS has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that enhance services for residents.
NACo recognized HCJFS’ training partnership with Napier Trucking that resulted in six people gaining employment that pays at least $900 per week.Read More
A Hamilton County woman who tried to get some Christmas cash by selling her food benefits ended up losing those benefits for a year.Read More