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HCJFS veteran leader promoted to director

Hamilton County Commissioners voted today to approve the promotion of Michael Patton, who has worked for Hamilton County Job and Family Services since 1993, to agency director. He has held any executive roles, including leadership positions in Child Support, Children’s Services Program Support, Workforce Development and Public Assistance. His most

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Shared by Hamilton County Job & Family Services January 13, 2022

Ohio Dept. of Health Designates Testing Supplies for Schools

The Ohio Department of Health held a press conference on January 12th, 2022 where they presented their updated distribution plans for at-home COVID-19 test kits. Read the full press release: COVID-19 Testing Supplies for Ohio’s K-12 Schools, Colleges, and Universities COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) is announcing

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health January 13, 2022

Vaccines Work – 97% of Hospitalizations are Unvaccinated

Being up-to-date with all recommended COVID-19 vaccines is proving to be the safest and strongest protection against severe COVID-19. As of January 5th, 2022, 97% of COVID-19 hospitalizations are unvaccinated. Hamilton County Public Health hosts several walk-in (no appointment needed) clinics throughout the week and across Hamilton County. If you

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health January 11, 2022

Cincinnati area free Christmas and holiday assistance programs.

The number of agencies that provide holiday assistance in Cincinnati and nearby communities is extensive. Non-profits distribute everything from free Christmas toys, gifts, and meals to clothing, groceries, and Toys for Tots Applications. Thousands of children and seniors are able to experience some form of holiday joy as the result

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Shared by United Resource Connection December 25, 2021

Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Residents in the United States

Traffic court can result in a question of citizenship for folks that don’t have a driver’s license, if they happen to be latino. This is a hardship on the Latino community in much the same way that “stop and frisk” has been on African American communities. Technically any one of us,

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Shared by United Resource Connection December 17, 2021

Top Management

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Sport Camps Available for Kids two weeks in December

In collaboration with the Cincinnati Recreation Commission (CRC), Camps for Champs – Winter Sports Edition is an opportunity for students in 2nd through 3rd and 4th through 6th grade who are interested in participating in sport activities in a fun and safe environment. Sports Offered for both weeks include basketball, futsal (soccer),

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Shared by United Resource Connection December 10, 2021

Navigating the Health Insurance Marketplace

The Health Insurance Marketplace is an online tool to investigate and select the best medical health insurance plan for your situation. All the options available in the Health Insurance Marketplace are ACA compliant. “ACA compliant” means that the insurance plan follows the rules of the Affordable Care Act, which was

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Shared by United Resource Connection December 3, 2021

Cincinnati Nature Center offers discounts for SNAP and WIC recipients

The Cincinnati Nature Center offers a 50% discount for families and individuals receiving food assistance. If you are currently enrolled in SNAP or WIC, you can join or renew with a 50% discount. Proof of participation is required with a valid EBT card and photo ID, provided in person at the Membership

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Shared by United Resource Connection December 1, 2021

Free parking and $2 per person admission at CMC for SNAP and Medicaid Recipients

Cincinnati Museum Center participates in Museums for All! Museums are places for learning, but they’re fun, too! Come learn with us in new and exciting ways. We invite families to learn and explore together to build strong individuals, strong families and strong communities. All SNAP and Medicaid cards accepted. Guests

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Shared by United Resource Connection November 26, 2021

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