Job & Family Services
The Miami County Department of Job and Family Services proudly offers the following services such as: temporary cash assistance, supplemental nutritional assistance program, and Medicaid, subsidized child care, adult protection services, disability assistance and prevention, retention, and contingency services. The Child Support Division establishes paternity, enforces support orders, and collects and disburses child support in order to ensure children receive the financial and medical support they deserve.
We are consistently working to improve the lives of those we serve, by providing opportunities through coordinated services for the residents of Miami County.
Our mission is to extend supportive services and resources which will provide for the essential needs of our customers. In partnership with public and private entities, we will initiate efforts to enhance the employment potential of all County residents and promote self-sufficiency for each individual. We will utilize a teamwork approach in achieving our goals, and in so doing will treat each other and those we serve with dignity and respect.
Effective April 1, 2019, Miami County Job & Family Services will transition to an automated phone system. When calling the main number, 937-440-3471, listen carefully to select from the following options: If you know your party’s extension, you will be prompted to dial the extension. Press:
1- Adult Protective Services
2- Cash, medical or Food Assistance or Fraud
3- Child Support Enforcement
4- Ohio Means Jobs Miami County, child care, PRC, work assignment and employment and training opportunities
8- All other inquiries
A Public Hearing providing opportunity for citizen’s expression of social service needs related to Ohio’s Title XX Biennial Comprehensive Social Service Plan is scheduled for:
TIME: Monday, April 8, 2019
2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
PLACE: Miami County Dept. of Job and Family Services
2040 N. County Rd. 25-A, Troy, Ohio
Use the OhioMeansJobs entrance
This hearing is to collect public comment on social service needs and plan for fiscal years 2020 and 2021. For more information, call Teresa Brubaker at 937-440-3471.