Property Owner Engagement Program

Strategies to End Homelessness recently launched a Property Owner Engagement Program. It will support of our Shelter Diversion program . And may eventually support housing programs that support people and families leaving homelessness. The leading cause of homelessness isn’t mental health or substance abuse issues. It’s simply the lack of

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness October 28, 2022

License amnesty offer extended by JFS

Hamilton County Department of Job & Family Services has announced that they will be extending their amnesty offer to parents whose licenses have been suspended for failure to pay child support. The agency’s You Drive, They Thrive campaign, started last month in connection with national Child Support Awareness Month, emphasizes

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Shared by Hamilton County Job & Family Services September 1, 2022

Mortgage & Property Tax Help Still Available

If you own a home in Hamilton County Ohio and need assistance with your property taxes or mortgage, you may be eligible for assistance through one of three programs funded through federal stimulus money. While programs like the Emergency Rental Assistance Program in Hamilton County have been suspended due to

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Shared by United Resource Connection August 24, 2022

Ohio Means Jobs Office

The Ohio Means Jobs Office provides a number of services to help job seekers connect to employers and find fulfilling work. These services include: Free Educational Workshops, Career Coaching and Job Leads, Hiring Events, Training, and Job Transportation services. The office helps dislocated workers and individuals with barriers to employment,

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Shared by United Resource Connection August 22, 2022

Child Support Amnesty in August

Individuals who have had their driver’s license or Ohio professional license suspended due to lack of child support payments can have these licenses reinstated if they make payment arrangements with the Hamilton County Department of Job & Family Services (HCJFS) Child Support Division. This amnesty program is offered every August

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Shared by Hamilton County Job & Family Services August 4, 2022

Baby Formula Shortage F.A.Qs

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there have been significant shortages of infant formulas in stores. Current shortages have been largely caused by supply chain issues and the recent recall of several baby formula products over concerns about cronobacter contamination , in U.S. produced powder formulas, including Similac, Similac PM 60/40, Alimentum, and Elecare. The

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Shared by Hamilton County Job & Family Services May 19, 2022

Emergency Housing Voucher Assessment

If you can no longer stay in your current living situation and are being asked to leave and would end up in shelter without assistance, please click this link to complete the Emergency Housing Voucher Assessment. Please be aware that the Emergency Housing Vouchers are an extremely limited resource. Submitting this

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness July 9, 2021

Vaccination Message to the Latino Community

The video included with this post is part of a campaign to reach latino Ohioans who have not yet been vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. It is particularly important to reach this population because they are disproportionately effected by the COVID-19 virus. Kiara Alfonseca (digital reporter, journalist, and producer) reports that

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Shared by Central Clinic Behavioral Health June 15, 2021

Drive-thru in a SNAP

Ohio residents who receive food assistance can now shop online and pick up groceries in their cars. Federal rules say SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits cannot be used for food delivery. But retailers are no longer required to submit waiver requests to allow online shopping and curbside pickup for

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Shared by Hamilton County Job & Family Services April 2, 2020

Celebrating Black History Month

As Black History Month draws to a close, some of our staff gathered for a photo in front of our building to honor the history and contributions made to our community and our organization.  The post Celebrating Black History Month appeared first on Hamilton County Job & Family Services .

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Shared by Moira Weir February 28, 2020

Earn up to $23.50 with the census

Looking for extra income in 2020? The U.S. Census is looking to fill thousands of temporary jobs next year. Applications are now being accepted. Hours are flexible. Most people hired will work evenings and weekends, making this an ideal job for someone who works full time and is looking to

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Shared by Moira Weir December 12, 2019