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Franklin County Job and Family Services






Phone: 1-844-640-6446

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Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m

Building access may be limited due to public health precautions. Please visit the page for each Opportunity Center for details.

Who We Are

The Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services provides workforce development and family support programs that improve the quality of life for Franklin County residents.

Franklin County pledges nearly $1M to support CelebrateOne

The Franklin County Commissioners and Department of Job and Family Services are proud partners with CelebrateOne, the community-wide collaborative to reduce infant mortality across central Ohio. On Aug. 22, 2017, the Commissioners approved $950,000 to provide free cribs for 1,300 eligible families, fund an infant safe sleep media campaign and support neighborhood-driven initiatives in Franklinton and the Hilltop. 

Protect your baby by following the ABCs of Safe Sleep.

  • Alone
  • Back
  • Crib (empty) 
Every nap. Every Night. Every time.

Watch CelebrateOne's "Real People... Real Stories" video 

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Revamped county program hopes to help lower the eviction rate

The revamped Prevention, Retention and Contigency (PRC) Program aims to help families facing eviction. This program offers a one-time helping hand. A Franklin County representative is available to answer questions and help families apply for the program in the hallway near Eviction Court five days a week.

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Teens Learn Coding Thanks to FCDJFS-funded Program

NBC 4i's Mark Taylor visited Whitehall Yearling High School to meet students enrolled in Student WEB CORPS, one of the work experience programs funded through the Franklin County Summer Youth Success Program. Students learn Web design and project management skills while working in teams to build a website for a mock business -- all while earning a paycheck.
Click here to watch the NBC4i segment. Click here to learn more about Student WEB CORPS and TECH CORPS.

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NBC 4 anchor Kerry Charles hosts a community conversation with young people enrolled in Franklin County’s A.M.P. comprehensive case management and employment program. During the roundtable interview, participants touch on their experiences with violence and the sort of solutions they would like to see from the community and local leaders. They also share how programs like A.M.P. give them hope by providing opportunities and assistance to gain skills and achieve their life goals.

The Franklin County Commissioners announced on Friday, Sept. 28 that they will help continue the community health worker program via a $180,000 allotment for the Ohio State University College of Nursing and CelebrateOne, The county funding will help provide training for 75 people through June. CelebrateOne and the OSU nursing school train residents to combat higher infant-mortality rates in targeted Columbus-area neighborhoods.

Sign Up for Free SUTQ Online Training

Are you a early childhood professional? Sign up for FREE monthly online trainings to help your program become or stay Star rated. The training includes 32 hours of Ohio Approved professional development that will help you build your Step Up To Quality registration packet.

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