Comprehensive Case Management & Employment Program (CCMEP)
 

The OhioMeansJobs Center of Shelby County has training funds available through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) to provide services to low-income youth, ages 14 - 24, who face barriers to employment.

Shelby County Ohio Job Family Services Workforce Investment Act WIA Youth Program

Individual Opportunity Plans, developed by the youth services provider, and the youth prepare youth for employment and/or post-secondary education through strong linkages between academic and occupational learning.

These strategies must incorporate one or more of the 14 required youth program elements. Some of the elements available include:

  • Tutoring, study skills & dropout prevention
  • Alternative secondary school services or dropout recovery services
  • Paid and unpaid work experiences
  • Occupational skills training
  • Leadership Development opportunities
  • Supportive services (such as transportation, child care, work uniforms, tools, etc.)
  • Adult mentoring for 12 months
  • Follow-up services for 12 months
  • Comprehensive guidance and counseling
  • Financial literacy education
  • Entrepreneurial skills training

For more information on the CCMEP Youth Training Program, please call

937-498-4981

Select option 5 and then option 6

Shelby County Ohio Job Family Services WIA Youth Program

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ODJFS to Offer Free Credit Monitoring to Victims of Unemployment-Related ID Theft

Individuals who reported being the victim of such identity theft will be eligible for one year of credit monitoring at no charge. Those who believe they were victims, but have not yet reported it, can do so at unemployment.ohio.gov or by calling (833) 658-0394. The services include identity theft monitoring, restoration, and insurance.

In order to be eligible for the free credit monitoring service, individuals must complete the ID Theft Portal Fraud Form at Identity Theft | Ohio Unemployment Benefits Help no later than May 22, 2022. The deadline to register for identity protection services is June 25, 2022.

Click the links for additional information.

ODJFS Press Release

FAQs

 

Cash Food & Medical Assistance

Applications and verifications
such as income, expenses and
other needed items may be returned by:

E-mail to:  FMS-Staff@jfs.ohio.gov
Fax to:  937-498-7396,  mail to:
Shelby County Department

of Job & Family Services
227 S. Ohio Avenue,Sidney, OH  45365,
in person, or by drop box outside the
front door of the agency.



Child Support

Children's Services

Unemployment Benefits


Adult Protective Services now
has a 24-Hour online portal available
for reporting non-emergency cases
of suspected adult abuse, neglect, or
exploitation at this link:

https://aps.jfs.ohio.gov/

 

 

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To speak to a staff member
from OhioMeansJobs Shelby
County about your employment
needs call: 937-498-4981, ext. 2816
or contact us by email at:
EFS-Staff@jfs.ohio.gov .

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Job Opportunities
 

July 30, 2022
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Plygem will be conducting open interviews at 2405 Campbell Road, Sidney, Ohio.

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for week of 6-27-2022

for week of 6-20-2022



 
ADDRESS 227 South Ohio Avenue
Sidney, Ohio 45365
PHONE 937-498-4981
FAX 937-498-7396
HOURS M - F   7:30 am - 4 pm