This brochure explains your rights when you disagree with a decision by your Job and Family Services office.
This brochure explains what to do if Job and Family Services sanctions your food stamp, Ohio Works First, or Medicaid benefits.
This brochure explains how you can ask to have your Ohio Works First benefits extend past the 36-month limit.
This brochure explains how Ohio’s Medicaid Estate Recovery program works. The Medicaid Estate Recovery program allows the state of Ohio to collect Medicaid payments from the estates of former Medicaid recipients.
To receive unemployment benefits, you must apply through the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. After you are approved for benefits, you must file a claim each week until you get a new job.
You can apply for several types of public benefits through the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. You can apply online or by contacting your local Job and Family Services office.
Click the link below to apply for services online or call our Intake Line at 844-302-1800 during business hours. Briefly tell the intake staff what the problem is. If you have received any papers from the court, you should have them handy so you can read from them.