Ohio Senior Guide

The Ohio Senior Guide contains key statistics and information about how senior citizens in Ohio live. Use this tool to compare healthcare quality, senior housing options, demographic and financial statistics, and other important data for Ohio with the rest of the country. This guide also contains helpful contact information for local government agencies that offer assistance to senior citizens.

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Key Senior Statistics

Use these key statistics to learn more about Ohio seniors.

  • 14% of the population of Ohio are seniors Source: Census.gov
  • 30% of those seniors living in Ohio are living alone Source: Census.gov
  • 7% of Ohio senior households have an annual income of less than $10k and 26% less than $20k Source: Census.gov ACS
  • 24% of Ohio residents 60 and over received food stamps in the last year Source: Census.gov ACS
  • The average Social Security Income in Ohio is $16,742/year Source: Census.gov ACS
  • The median household income for a Ohio senior is $34,270 Source: Census.gov ACS
  • Compared to other states, Ohio ranks 35th for Long Term Care and 30th for America's Health Rankings Source: AmericasHealthRankings.org
  • There are 240,968 working seniors in Ohio Source: Census.gov ACS
  • 23% of the seniors in Ohio are veterans Source: Census.gov ACS

Population by Age

children (21%) working aged (65%) seniors (14%)

(as of 2010)

In the U.S., around 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 today and everyday for over the next 15 years.

Learn more about the aging population explosion.
The number of people aged 65 and over in Ohio is projected to rise 33% over the next 15 years, from 1,766,239 to 2,357,022. U.S. Census Population Projections

Ohio 65+ Population by County

Ohio 65+ Population by County

The 65+ population in Ohio as a percent of total state population is below:

Over 652015202020252030
Population 1,766,239 1,978,464 2,206,698 2,357,022
Percent 15.2% 17% 19% 20.4%
National Percent 14.5% 16.3% 18.2% 19.7%

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The number of Ohio residents 85 and over will increase 20%, from 268,049 to 322,497. U.S. Census Population Projections

Ohio 85+ Population by County

Ohio 85+ Population by County

The 85+ population in Ohio as a percent of total state population is below:

Over 852015202020252030
Population 268,049 272,567 287,180 322,497
Percent 2.3% 2.3% 2.5% 2.8%
National Percent 2.1% 2.2% 2.3% 2.6%

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Senior Housing

Use our senior housing data to get a snapshot of the housing characteristics and living arrangements of the aging population in Ohio.

Who do Seniors Live with?

There are 479,849 seniors living alone in Ohio. Of these, 72% are female. Source: Census.gov

Seniors Living Alone

Percent Living Alone

Gender of Seniors Living Alone

71% of males 65 and older are married compared with 42% of females.
40% of females are widowed compared with 14% of males. Source: Census.gov

Marital Status

Males

Females

Senior Households: Homeowners vs. Renters

Year Home was Built

Renters

Homeowners

Year Current Resident Moved In

Renters

Homeowners

Percentage with Telephone Service

Overall, 1% of Ohio senior households do not have access to phone service.

Renters

Homeowners

Access to a Vehicle

Overall, 12% of Ohio senior households do not have access to a vehicle.

Renters

Homeowners

Units in Rental Building

26% of senior renters reside in a large development - one that has 50 or more units.

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Long Term Care Choices

Just 37% of people think they will need long term care, but 69% of people actually will.

Click here for a senior care reality check.

Average Monthly Cost of Long Term Care Services in Ohio

Care TypeOhio Average CostNational Average Cost
Home Health Care
8 hours per week
$687$693
Adult Day Care
Weekdays only
$1,192$1,492
Assisted Living$3,890$3,600
Homemaker Services
44 hours per week
$3,630$3,721
Home Health Care
44 hours per week
$3,779$3,813
Nursing Home
Semi-Private - double occupancy room for one person
$6,388$6,692
Nursing Home
Private - single occupancy room for one person
$7,148$7,604
Data from Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care in 2015
Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care

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Senior Healthcare Quality

Compare the quality of healthcare in Ohio with the rest of the country by looking at these state-level quality rankings.

Ohio Long Term Care Scorecard Rankings

The 50 states plus Washington, D.C. are ranked on a scale of 1 to 51, where 1 is the highest quality, 51 the lowest.

Ranking DimensionOhio 2011 RankOhio 2014 Rank
Affordability & Access Rank

Consumers can easily find and afford the services they need and there is a safety net for those who cannot afford services.

#34#42
Choice of Setting & Provider

A person-centered approach to LTSS places high value on allowing consumers to exercise choice and control over where they receive services and who providers them.

#26#32
Quality of Life & Quality of Care Rank

Services maximize positive outcomes and consumers are treated with respect. Personal preferences are honored when possible.

#37#39
Support for Family Caregivers

Family caregivers' needs are assessed and addressed so that they can continue in their caregiving role without being overburdened.

#23#39
Effective Transitions Rank

LTSS are arranged to integrate effectively with health care and social services, minimizing disruptions such as hospitalizations, institutionalizations, and transitions between settings.

#N/A#27
Overall Rank

Rank considering all available data.

#35#35

Data from LongTermScorecard.org - A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers created by:

AARP, Inc.
The Commonwealth Fund
The SCAN Foundation

America's Health Rankings® for Ohio

The states are ranked on a scale of 1 to 50, where 1 is the highest ranking, 50 the lowest.

Determinant Ohio 2013 Rank Ohio 2015 Rank
Overall #31 #30
All Determinants #19 #26
Behaviors #15 #38
Smoking

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who smoke at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and who currently smoke every day or some days

#33 #34
Chronic Drinking

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who consumed more than 60 drinks in the last 30 days for men and more than 30 drinks in the last 30 days for women

#11 #19
Obesity

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older estimated to be obese with a body mass index (BMI) of 30.0 or higher

#44 #36
Underweight

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with fair or better health status estimated to be underweight with a body mass index (BMI) of 18.5 or less

#3 #15
Physical Inactivity

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with fair or better health status who report doing no physical activity or exercise (such as running, calisthenics, golf, gardening or walking) other than their regular job in the last 30 days

#27 #41
Dental Visit

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having visited a dental health professional within the last 12 months

#30 #29
Pain Management

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with arthritis who report arthritis or joint pain does not limit their usual activities

#7 #21
Education

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with a college degree

#41 #41
Community #30 #27
Community & Environment - Macro #24 #26
Poverty

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who live in households at or below 100% of the poverty threshold

#20 #19
Volunteerism

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report volunteering in the past 12 months

#31 #26
Nursing Home Quality

Percentage of certified nursing home beds rated 4- or 5-stars

#41 #35
Community & Environment - Micro #40 #21
Food Insecurity

Percentage of adults aged 60 and older who are marginally food insecure

#36 #13
Community Support

Total expenditures captured by the Administration on Aging divided by the number of adults aged 65 and older living in poverty

#22 #26
Policy #11 #11
Low-Care Nursing Home Residents

Percentage of nursing home residents who were low-care, according to the broad definition (no physical assistance required for late-loss activities of daily living)

#16 #16
Prescription Drug Coverage

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who have a creditable prescription drug plan

#5 #5
Geriatrician Shortfall

Estimated geriatrician shortfall as a percentage of the minimum required number

#26 #27
Clinical Care #19 #23
Dedicated Health Care Provider

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having a personal doctor or health care provider

#20 #20
Flu Vaccine

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who received the flu vaccine in the last year

#25 #27
Health Screenings

Percentage of adults aged 65 to 74 who have had mammograms and/or fecal occult/colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy screens within the recommended time period

#17 #30
Recommended Hospital Care

Percentage of hospitalized patients aged 65 and older who received the recommended care for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and surgical procedures

#16 #13
Diabetes Management

Percentage of Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 to 75 with diabetes receiving a blood lipids test

#32 #29
Home Health Care

Number of personal care and home health aides per 1,000 adults aged 75 or older

#12 #16
Preventable Hospitalizations

Number of discharges for ambulatory care-sensitive conditions per 1,000 Medicare beneficiaries

#42 #45
Hospital Readmissions

Percentage of patients aged 65 or older who were readmitted within 30 days of discharge

#38 #41
Hospice Care

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older who were enrolled in hospice during the last 6 months of life after diagnosis of condition with high probability of death

#14 #7
Hospital Deaths

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older who died in a hospital

#13 #5
All Outcomes #34 #34
ICU Use

Percentage of decedents aged 65 and older spending 7 or more days in the intensive care unit (ICU) or critical care unit (CCU) during the last 6 months of life

#39 #40
Falls

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having had a fall within the last 12 months

#34 #17
Hip Fracture

Rate of hospitalization for hip fracture per 1,000 Medicare beneficiaries

#23 #26
Health Status

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report their health is very good or excellent

#30 #34
Able-bodied

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older with no disability

#26 #24
Premature Death

Number of deaths per 100,000 adults aged 65 to 74 years

#39 #41
Teeth Extractions

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who have had all teeth removed due to tooth decay or gum disease

#37 #39
Poor Mental Health Days

Number of days in the previous 30 that adults aged 65 and older indicate that their mental health was not good

#30 #16
Multiple Chronic Conditions

Percentage of Medicare beneficiaries with 4 or more chronic conditions

#44 #42
Cognition

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who report having a cognitive difficulty

#23 #24
Depression

Percentage of adults aged 65 and older who were told by a health professional that they have a depressive disorder

#15 #24

America's Health Rankings® is the longest-running annual assessment of the nation's health on a state-by-state basis. For the past 25 years, America's Health Rankings® has provided a holistic view of the health of the nation. America's Health Rankings® is the result of a partnership between United Health Foundation, American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention™.

Americas Health Rankings - United Health Foundation
United Health Foundation
ALPHA - American Public Health Association

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Senior Financial Overview

View our Ohio financial data below to learn about the income, wealth and costs incurred of those seniors living in the community.

The median household income for seniors in Ohio is $34,270 Source: Census.gov ACS

Annual Income for Senior Households

43% of senior households in Ohio earn less than $30,000 per year, while 8% earn more than $100K/year


Only those where the head of household is 65 or over are included. As an example, an elderly widow and her children's income would be counted if her children choose to live with her. However, if she chooses to live with her children, neither would be counted.

Also, keep in mind the distinction between household and individual income. A married couple over the age of 65 that is still working and earning $30,000 per year each would have a household income of $60,000.

The average Social Security income per household receiving the benefit in Ohio is $16,742 Source: Census.gov ACS
The average retirement income per household receiving it in Ohio is $21,616 Source: Census.gov ACS
14% of seniors in Ohio are employed. Source: Census.gov ACS

Employment Status

Males

Females

How Seniors Travel to/from Work

21% of Ohio seniors have a college degree. Source: Census.gov ACS

Highest Level of Education

Males

Females

95% of seniors living in Ohio speak English at home. Source: Census.gov ACS
7% of the seniors in Ohio are below the poverty level. Source: Census.gov ACS

Percentage of Seniors Below the Poverty Level

Male

Female

Percent of People 60 and Over Receiving Food Stamps

35% of senior homeowners in Ohio have a mortgage. Source: Census.gov ACS

Home Ownership Cost as a Percent of Income

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Helpful Contacts for Seniors

State Agency on Aging

Overview of Contacts

Long-term Care Ombudsman

  • Ohio Department of Aging

    50 West Broad Street
    Columbus, OH 43215
    Beverly Laubert
    (614) 466-5500
    8:00 AM - 4:45 PM - Eastern Time,
  • Area Agency on Aging 3

    200 East High Street, 2nd Floor
    Lima, OH 45801
    Jacquelyn Bradley
    (419) 222-7723
    jbradley@psa3.org
    Website
    Monday-Thursday: 7:00 am-7:00 pm, Friday: 7:00 am-4:30 pm
  • Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.

    2155 Arlington Avenue
    Toledo, OH 43609
    Billie Johnson, President/CEO
    (419) 382-0624
    jmoor@areaofficeonaging.com
    Website
    8:30 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time
  • Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc.

    2131 Park Avenue West, Suite 100
    Ontario, OH 44906
    Duana Patton
    (419) 524-4144
    tcook@aaa5ohio.org
    Website
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time, M-F
  • Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc.

    F32-URG PO Box 500
    Rio Grande, OH 45674
    Pamela K. Matura
    (800) 582-7277
    info@aaa7.org
    Website
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time
  • Area Agency on Aging 8, Buckeye Hills

    1400 Pike St., Marietta, 45750
    Reno, OH 45773
    Debra Huff
    (740) 373-6400
    dhuff@buckeyehills.org
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time, Monday to Friday
  • Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

    2800 Euclid Avenue
    Cleveland, OH 44115
    Susan Griffin
    (216) 696-2719
    Website
    8:30 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time
  • Direction Home Akron Canton Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities

    1550 Corporate Woods Parkway
    Uniontown, OH 44685
    Joseph L. Ruby
    (330) 896-9172
    information@services4aging.org
    Website
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time
  • Area Agency on Aging 11, Inc.

    5555 Youngstown Warren Rd.
    Niles, OH 44446
    Jspeh Rossi
    (330) 505-2300
    info@aaa11.org
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time
  • Area Agency on Aging 11, Inc. Ombudsman

    5555 Youngstown-Warren Road
    Youngstown, OH 44446
    John Saulitis
    j.saulitis@aaa11.org
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time
  • Advocates For Basic Legal Equality (ABLE)

    Spitzer Building- 520 Madison Avenue
    Toledo, OH 43604
    (419) 255-0814
    able@ablelaw.org
    Website
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Monday - Friday
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

    520 Madison Ave.
    Toledo, OH 43604
    (419) 259-2891
    Website
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Monday - Friday,
  • Office of the State Long-term Care Ombudsman

Overview of Contacts

Aging and Disability Resource Centers

Overview of Contacts

Area Agencies on Aging

Overview of Contacts

Information and Assistance

Overview of Contacts

Elder Abuse Prevention

  • Area Agency on Aging 3

    200 East High Street, 2nd Floor
    Lima, OH 45801
    Jacquelyn Bradley
    (419) 222-7723
    jbradley@psa3.org
    Website
    Monday-Thursday: 7:00 am-7:00 pm, Friday: 7:00 am-4:30 pm
  • Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.

    2155 Arlington Avenue
    Toledo, OH 43609
    Billie Johnson, President/CEO
    (419) 382-0624
    jmoor@areaofficeonaging.com
    Website
    8:30 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time
  • Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc.

    2131 Park Avenue West, Suite 100
    Ontario, OH 44906
    Duana Patton
    (419) 524-4144
    tcook@aaa5ohio.org
    Website
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Eastern Time, M-F
  • Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc.

    F32-URG PO Box 500
    Rio Grande, OH 45674
    Pamela K. Matura
    (800) 582-7277
    info@aaa7.org
    Website
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time
  • Area Agency on Aging, Region 9, Inc.

    60788 Southgate Road S.R.209
    Byesville, OH 43723
    James Endly
    (740) 439-2294
    aaa9@aaa9.org
    Website
    8:00 am- 4:30 pm - Eastern Time, Monday to Friday
  • Cuyahoga County Senior and Adult Services

    13815 Kinsman Road
    Cleveland, OH 44120
    Susan Axelron
    (216) 420-6700
    Website
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Eastern Time, M-F
  • Ashtabula County Department of Job and Family Services

    2924 Donnaho Dr.
    Ashtabula, OH 44004
    Patrick Arcaro
    (440) 998-1110
  • Trumbull County Department of Job and Family Services

    280 N. Park Ave.
    Warren, OH 44481
    (330) 675-2000
    Website
    8:30am - 4:30pm, Mon-Fri
  • Mahoning County Department of Job and Family Services

    345 Oak Hill Ave.
    Youngstown, OH 44501
  • Columbiana County Department of Job and Family Services

    110 Nelson Street
    Lisbon, OH 44432
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Lucas Co.

    3210 Monroe St.
    Toledo, OH 43606
    Sophia Lloyd, Director
    (419) 213-8999
    Website
    7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Fulton Co.

    604 S. Shoop Ave
    Wauseon, OH 43567
    Amy Metz-Simon, Director
    (419) 337-0010
    jfs@fultoncountyoh.com
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Monday- Friday,
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Henry Co.

    104 E. Washington Street
    Napoleon, OH 43545
    Shannon Jones, Director
    419-592-0946 x109
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Monday- Friday
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Ottawa Co.

    8043 W. State Route 163
    Oak Harbor, OH 43449
    Stephanie Kowal, Director
    (419) 898-3688
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Monday - Friday
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Paulding Co.

    252 Dooley Drive
    Paulding, OH 45879
    Corey Walker, Director
    (419) 399-3756
    8-4:30, M,W,Th,F 8-6:00 T
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Sandusky Co.

    2511 Countryside Dr.
    Fremont, OH 43420
    Cindy Bilby, Director
    (419) 334-3891
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Monday - Friday,
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Williams Co.

    117 West Butler Street
    Bryan, OH 43506
    Pamela Johnson, Director
    (419) 636-6725
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Wood Co.

    1928 E. Gypsy Lane Road
    Bowling Green, OH 43402
    David Wigent
    (419) 352-7566
    siminc@odjfs.state.oh.us
    Website
    Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Erie Co.

    221 West Parish St.
    Sandusky, OH 44870
    Karen Balconi Ghezzi, Deputy Director
    (419) 626-6781
    kennep@odjfs.state.oh.us
    Website
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • Department of Job and Family Services- Defiance Co.

    6879 Evansport Rd.
    Defiance, OH 43512
    Corey Walker, Director
    (419) 782-3881
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Athens County)

    13183 State Route 13
    Millfield, OH 45761
    Jack Frech, Director
    (740) 797-2523
    Website
    Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesdays, The Work Station remains open until 6 p.m.
  • South Central Ohio Job and Family Services

    475 Western Ave. Suitte B
    Chillicothe, OH 45601
    Jody Walker, Director
    740-772-7540 x800
    8:00-4:30, Monday - Friday
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Meigs County)

    175 Race Street
    Middleport, OH 45760
    Chris Shank, Director
    740-992-2117 x102
    Website
    Mon-Fri 8-4:30pm, Thurs 8-5:30pm
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Monroe County)

    100 Home Avenue
    Woodsfield, OH 43793
    Jeanette Harter, Director
    740-472-1602
    7-5:30 Mon-Thurs
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Morgan County)

    155 East Main St. Rm. 009
    McConnelsville, OH 43756
    Vicki E. Quesinberry, Director
    740-962-4616
    7:30-4:00 M-F
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Noble County)

    18065 SR 78
    Caldwell, OH 43724
    Mindy T. Harding, Director
    740-732-2392
    8:00-5:30 M, 8-4:30, T-F
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Perry County)

    212 South Main Street
    New Lexington, OH 43764
    Cheryl Boley, Director
    740-342-3551
    7:00-4:30 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services (Washington County)

    1115 Gilman Avenue
    Marietta, OH 45750
    Tom Ballengee, Director
    740-373-5513
    Website
    7:30-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Champaign County

    1512 South US Highway 68
    Urbana, OH 43078
    Susan Bailey-Evans, MSW, Director
    937-484-1500
    8:00-4:30 M, W,Th,Fri, 7:30-6:00 Tue
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Clark County

    1345 Lagonda Avenue
    Springfield, OH 45503
    David Dombrosky, Director
    937-327-1700
    Website
    (8-4:30, M-F)
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Darke County

    631 Wagner Ave.
    Greenville, OH 45331
    Gracie G. Ratliff, Director
    937-548-4132
    8:00-4:00 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Greene County

    541 Ledbetter Road
    Xenia, OH 45385
    Beth Rubin, Director
    937-562-6000
    7:30-5:00 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Logan County

    211 East Columbus Avenue,
    Bellefontaine, OH 43311
    Susan Bailey-Evans, Director
    937-599-5165
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Miami County

    2040 North County Road 25-A
    Troy, OH 45373
    Teresa Brubaker, Director
    937-440-3471
    8-5:00 T-F, 7-6pm M
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Montgomery County

    1111 South Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
    Dayton, OH 45422
    Gayle Bullard, Director
    937-225-4148
    8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Preble County

    1500 Park Avenue
    Eaton, OH 45320
    Rebecah Sorrell, Director
    937-456-6205
    Website
    7:30-4:30 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Shelby

    227 South Ohio Avenue
    Sidney, OH 45365
    Tom Bey, Director
    937-498-4981
    7:30 am - 4:00 pm Mon-Fri (Tues 7:30- 6:00 pm)
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Portage County

    449 South Meridian Street
    Ravenna, OH 44266
    Judee Genetin, Director
    330-297-3750
    8:00-4:30 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Stark County

    221 3rd Street SE
    Canton, OH 44702
    Deborah Forkas, Executive Director
    330-452-4661
    Website
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Summit County

    47 North Main Street
    Akron, OH 44308
    Patricia Divoky, Director
    330-643-8200
    Website
    7:00-5:30, Mon-Fri
  • Wayne County Department of Job and Family Services (WCDJFS)

    356 West North Street
    Wooster, OH 44691
    Richard Owens, Director
    330-287-5800
    Website
    7:30-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Delaware County

    140 North Sandusky, 2nd Floor
    Delaware, OH 43015
    Shancie Jenkins, Director
    740-833-2300
    Website
    8:15-4:30 Monday - Friday
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Fairfield County

    239 West Main Street
    Lancaster, OH 43130
    Aundrea Cordle, Director
    740-652-7889
    Website
    8:00-4:00pm Mon - Fri - Before/After Hour by Appt
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Fayette County

    133 South Main Street
    Washington Court House, OH 43160
    Faye Williamson, Director
    740-335-0350
    7:30-4:30 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Franklin County

    1721 Northland Park Avenue
    Columbus, OH 43229
    Anthony Trotman, Director
    614-233-2000
    Website
    8:00am - 5:00pm, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Licking County

    74 South 2nd Street
    Newark, OH 43058
    John Fisher, Director
    740-670-8999
    Website
    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 7am-5pm and Tuesday from 9am-5pm.
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Madison County

    200 Midway Street
    London, OH 43140
    Lori Dodge-Dorsey, Interim Director, Director
    740-852-4770
    8-4, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Pickaway County

    110 Island Road
    Circleville, OH 43113
    Joy Ewing, Director
    40-474-7588
    Website
    7:30-4:00 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Union County

    940 London Avenue
    Marysville, OH 43040
    John Gore, Director
    937-644-1010
    7:30-5, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Butler County

    315 High Street
    Hamilton, OH 45012
    Jerome Kearns, Director
    513-887-4100
    Website
    7-5, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Clermont County

    2400 Clermont Center Drive
    Batavia, OH 45103
    Judy Eschmann, Director
    513-732-7111
    Website
    7-5:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Clinton County

    1025 S. South Street
    Wilmington, OH 45177
    Kathi Spirk, Director
    937-382-0963
    7:30-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Hamilton County

    222 East Central Parkway
    Cincinnati, OH 45202
    Moira Weir, Director
    513-946-1000
    Website
    Mon-Fri, 7-5pm
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Warren

    416 South East Street
    Lebanon, OH 45036
    Lauren V. Cavanaugh, Director
    513-695-1420
    Website
    Mon-Fri 7 A.M. - 5 P.M.
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Ashland County

    15 W. Fourth Street
    Ashland, OH 44805
    Cassandra Holtzmann, Director
    (419) 282-5000
    Website
    Mon and Wed-Fri 8a-4p, Tue 7:30a-6p
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Crawford County

    224 Norton Way
    Bucyrus, OH 44820
    Linda Bassett, Director
    419-562-0015
    7:30 to 4:00 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Huron County

    185 Shady Lane Drive
    Norwalk, OH 44857
    Jill Eversole Nolan, Director
    419-668-8126
    Website
    8-4:30 Monday -Friday
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Knox County

    117 East High Street
    Mount Vernon, OH 43050
    Matthew Kurtz, Director
    740-397-7177
    7:30-4:30 M-F
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Marion County

    363 West Fairground Street
    Marion, OH 43302
    Roxane Somerlot, Director
    740-387-8560
    Website
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Morrow County

    619 West Marion Rd.
    Mt. Gilead, OH 43338
    Don Wake, Director
    419-947-9111
    Website
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Richland County

    171 Park Avenue East
    Mansfield, OH 44902
    Sharlene Neumann, Director
    419-774-5400
    7:00-5:00 Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Seneca County

    900 E CR 20
    Tiffin, OH 44883
    Kathy Oliver, Director
    419-447-5011
    8-4:30, Mon-Fri
  • County Department of Job and Family Services - Wyandot County

    120 E. Johnson St.
    Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
    Jason A. Fagan, Director
    419-294-4977
    Website
    8:00-4:00 M-F

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Sources

Census.gov - Data from the 2010 United States Census. The Census counts every resident in the U.S. and is conducted once every 10 years.

Census.gov ACS - Data from the the 2009-2013 American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every year. Because every resident is not surveyed each year, data from a 5 year period is used to improve accuracy.