Amiee Bowie (Asst. Dir)
Michelle Lindeboom (Asst. Dir)
Charles Noble (Chief Strategy Officer)
Laura Repasky (Asst. Dir/Legal)
Christy Russell (Asst. Dir/CFO)
The Franklin Department of Job and Family Services (FCDJFS) is a county, state and federally supported agency responsible for basic financial, medical and social services programs. These programs are made available to ensure that no one is forced to go without the basic essentials of food, clothing, shelter, medical care and necessary life sustaining services because of a lack of resources. FCDJFS ensures that many eligible children and adults receive assistance each month through in-house or contracted services.
Franklin County also provides education and training for public assistance customers along with the necessary support services to help them find quality jobs and move from welfare to independence. This opens doors to employment by improving participants' job seeking skills, building self-confidence and providing on-the-job training. The goal of our agency is to place job-ready participants in unsubsidized employment in the shortest possible time. Emphasis is placed on job placement activities, remedial education and vocational training. These activities are coordinated with other available employment and training programs within the community.
Franklin County is now offering services to residents in their own areas. No longer do you need to come downtown to have access to your case manager. The Community Opportunity Centers are out in the communities. Each center serves certain zip codes. To find out more about the Opportunity Centers, go to the Community Opportunity Centers web page.
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.
1721 Northland Park Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43229
Phone: (614) 233-2000
Fax: (614) 233-2398
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri: 7:30a.m. - 5p.m.