APLocal NewsOhio News

Ohio offers new resource for relatives caring for children

(Photo Supplied/Indiana News Service)

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio is offering a new resource for grandparents and other relatives who are taking care of children.

The state Department of Job and Family Services says some 100,000 grandparents and other relatives in Ohio are voluntarily caring for children whose parents are unable to because of substance abuse or other problems.

The site offers an interactive map to find services, view a calendar of events and training, and a contact form for one-on-one assistance.

ODJFS is developing a statewide Kinship and Adoption Navigator Program expected to launch in 2020 to provide more personalized help.

Related posts

Police investigating Thursday morning shooting, two people found shot

Brooklyne Beatty

Kendallville Man Arrested for Armed Robberies

Darrin Wright

Churubusco Residents Arrested for Child Exploitation, Molestation

Dean Jackson

Leave a Comment