The job and family service system in Ohio operates a state supervised/county administered system. This means that a state agency is responsible for ensuring compliance with state and federal programs and local agencies are responsible for the operations of the various programs.
Welcome to OJFSDA
Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association (OJFSDA) is a not-for-profit statewide organization established in 1946. OJFSDA represents Ohio's 88 County Departments of Job and Family Services Directors on the local, state, and national level. OJFSDA communicates key issues and solutions regarding the delivery of social services, to Ohio policymakers, legislators, and other decision makers.
The Ohio Job and Family Services Directors’ Association's mission is to assist County Job and Family Service agencies in enhancing the safety, health and self-sufficiency of vulnerable Ohioans by providing training and technical assistance, and impacting legislation and policy.