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We are proud to offer priority of services to U.S. Military Veterans and eligible spouses. Search our job postings to find employment that matches your skills, experience, and training. Job seekers 14-24 years of age can gain pre-employment and work sustaining skills/training through the Youth Works Program. The youth qualify for the program by meeting federal guidelines.

To inquire about OhioMeansJobs|Madison County, please call 740-852-8801.
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read more › Child care is important to Ohio's working families. You must decide which type of child care best meets your family's needs. It is best to visit several child care settings and meet with several providers before you decide. Good child care is more than custodial care that meets minimum requirements. Look for Child Care that provides opportunities for your child to play, explore, and grow in a creative, happy, and healthful way. The child care you select for your child will be his/her environment for part or most of the day.

read more › This system will help you locate the type of child day care program you prefer for your child. You will be able to learn more about each child care center, its licensing status, any additional accreditation or affiliation, its location, the number and ages of children served, and information about licensing inspections. Family Child Care Type A & B: Homes licensed by the County Department of Job & Family services can care for up to 6 children for Type B homes and up to 12 children for Type A homes.

read more › Parents who are working or in school can apply for help to pay for their child care in the county where they live by contacting the County Department of Job and Family Services (CDJFS). You must choose a licensed child care provider or school latchkey program in order to get help. You will still be required to pay for part of your child care, called a fee or co-payment. The amount you pay is based on your income and family size. The table below shows the maximum monthly gross earned and unearned income that a family may initially receive and be eligible for help to pay for child care.

read more › OhioMeansJobs |Madison County Youth Works Program is offered to ages 14-24 in Madison County. Here you can gain access to an Employment Services Counselor who will help better your pre-employment and work-sustaining skills. For 18-24 youth, post secondary training can be offered based on testing. Youth must meet federal guidelines in order to be eligible for the Youth Works Program. For more information, call Courtnee Mueller at 740-852-6047. The Youth Works Program is a year round program that youth participate in until a credential is earned or employment is obtained successfully.

read more › Open: Wednesdays evenings from 5 to 7 PM and the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9 to 11:00 AM. Requirements: Picture ID & have a South Solon, or Sedalia address. Clothing in all sizes, when available, emergency food, and other outreach information. You can receive food once per week. Loving Kindness Kitchen (Soup Kitchen) is open weekly on Mondays from 5 - 7 PM for a nutritious cooked meal. Open: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 AM to 12 PM. Families can receive food once a month. Requirements: Must have a London address/43140 zip code and verify last 4 numbers of social security card for every family member.

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