Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Ohio Department Of Job And Family Services

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, (ODJFS) is the largest agency in the state and is responsible for supervising the state’s public assistance, workforce development, unemployment compensation, child and adult protective services, adoption, child care, and child support programs. ODJFS is also the single state agency responsible for the administration of Ohio’s Medicaid program. ODJFS employs nearly 4,000 full time employees, has an annual budget of $20-plus billion.

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