COVID19 Available Resources



  • Pay benefits for reduced work hours
    SharedWork Ohio allows workers to remain employed and employers to retain trained staff during times of reduced business activity. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services provides eligible individuals an unemployment insurance benefit proportionate to their reduced hours. To learn more:


  • Food, cash and medical assistance
    The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services provides food, cash and medical assistance to individuals and families in need. To review eligibility requirements and apply for assistance, please visit:




  • Learn new tech skills
    TechCred helps Ohioans learn new skills and helps employers build a stronger workforce with the skills needed in a tech-infused economy. Many of these trainings can be completed online. For more information:


  • Existing DSA Programs
    Access existing programs to find local non-profit resources available for those in need, to help maintain your small business, and reduce energy costs to your home.
  • Find a Community Action Agency: locally controlled private nonprofit organizations whose purpose is to reduce poverty and to help low-income people become self-sufficient:






  • Maintaining Healthcare Coverage for Your Family
    Health insurers must allow employers to continue covering employees, even if the employee would otherwise become ineligible because of a decrease in hours worked per week. We know employees may be working a significantly reduced schedule right now, through no fault of their own, and we want to make sure they continue to have access to their health insurance if it’s feasible for the employer at this time.


Job Center Services

Food Assistance

Medical Assistance


Children Services

Family and Children First Council