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Posted on: March 12, 2020

[ARCHIVED] UPDATED: COVID-19 Updates for Operation

Updated: 3/24/2020

PRC funds available for social distancing supplies

The State of Ohio has made available limited funds for COVID-19 related Prevention, Retention, Contingency (PRC) funds for households with a minor child or an individual who is the non-custodial parent of a minor and is complying with Child Support.

Applications may be completed and submitted on the CCDJFS website Paper applications are available in the entry to Buildings A and D from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. daily.  

Households approved will receive a check in the mail of $100.00 to help provide for social distancing/stay at home supplies. This is a one-time benefit. It does not count towards the family/individual PRC cap.

Applications available at Clark County DJFS during order

During the “Stay at Home Order," effective Friday, March 27, 2020, the Clark County Department of Job and Family services will have paper applications for all programs available for pick up in Building A and Building D from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Documents may be left in the external drop boxes at any time.

Staff are processing all applications during the “Stay at Home Order.”  Customers should  make sure we have a current mailing address and phone number on file.

Calls will be returned but due to high volume, there may be a delay. Please do not leave multiple messages.

To report Child or Elder Abuse/Neglect call 937-327-1700, select option 8 and leave message. If a child or elder is in immediate danger, call dispatch at 937-328-2560.

For other ways of conducting business with CCDJFS, log on to

Unemployment claims may be filed by calling 1-877-644-6562 or TTY at 1-888-642-8203 or online at:

Updated: 3/17/2020

The Clark County Department of Job and Family Services will no longer be processing any in-person appointments, effectively, 4:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, March 17 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

All applications for benefits and services will be handled via telephone, email and on-line. Limited exceptions will be made for specific Family and Children Services work.

Staff will still be working either from within the agency or from home and services such as food assistance, medical assistance, child support payments and children and adult services referrals will continue without interruption.

These steps are being taken as precautionary measures to ensure essential government services continue.

Paper applications for programs may be picked up and dropped off at each of the agency’s main entrances. Receipts will not be given at time of drop off, but an acknowledgement will be mailed to the applicant.

Documents for all programs can be emailed to

Electronic applications for specific programs may also be found at

Updated: 3/12/2020

In an effort to limit exposure to potential health concerns, we encourage you to utilize alternative services to turn in required documents/applications.

Documents for all programs can be emailed to Clark_Customer_Inquiry@JFS.Ohio.Gov

Please check specific program areas for additional options.

Additional information will be updated here as it becomes available. 

For updated statewide information, log on to

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