Fatherhood Collaborative wraps its first year back

Bethany House’s Peg Dierkers speaks to the Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 The Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County wrapped up the first year of its rebirth on Tuesday.  Hamilton County Job and Family Services led an effort to reform the collaborative after a two-year absence. HCJFS

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Shared by Moira Weir December 11, 2019

Fatherhood Collaborative discusses resources for fathers

Gayle Foster of Hamilton County Health Department’s Infant Mortality Review Team speaks to the Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County The Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County met Tuesday afternoon to continue it’s mission of providing resources to help fathers support their families.  Gayle Foster of Hamilton County Health Department’s Infant Mortality Review

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Shared by Moira Weir October 9, 2019

September named Kinship Care Month

The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners has proclaimed September as National Kinship Care Month.  The proclamation reads: WHEREAS, the abuse and neglect of children in our nation and our community is an ongoing problem, with nearly 20,000 abused and neglected children receiving services from Hamilton County Job and Family Services

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Shared by Moira Weir September 26, 2019

September is Kinship Care Month

When we say a child is in kinship care , it means that when the child was no longer able to safely live with parents, a relative or a non-relative adult who has a bond with the child (maybe a teacher, minister, long-time family friend) stepped up to take the

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Shared by Moira Weir September 10, 2019

Fatherhood Collaborative shares a success story and more resources

Members of the Fatherhood Collaborative of Hamilton County heard about a father who obtained better education for his daughter with some help from collaborative leader Calvin Williams. They also learned of county efforts to help fathers and families with emergency expenses. More than 30 people, representing many social service organizations

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Shared by Moira Weir August 19, 2019

Child support amnesty offered in August

A suspended driver’s license is a roadblock to working and paying child support. Everyone loses when a child’s basic needs go unmet. Re-establishing regular child support payments is the most successful outcome for children and their parents. In August, Hamilton County Job and Family Services will reinstate driver’s licenses for

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Shared by Moira Weir August 1, 2019

Employers can get child support help.

Hamilton County employers are crucial to the child support process and ensuring this community’s children receive the support they need. Are you an employer with questions about calculating withholding or medical premiums? Do you want to find out about the many ways of sending payments? Are you struggling with processing

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Shared by Moira Weir August 1, 2019

We want to make the child support process simpler

Hamilton County Job and Family Services helps more than 250,000 county residents each month with child support. The goal is a simple, seamless process for parents, so children receive support to meet their basic needs. Visit our Child Support page to see how we can help you: establish paternity, including

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Shared by Moira Weir August 1, 2019