Links to Outside Resources

Census Bureau Quick Facts Get easy access to state and county quick facts about people, business, and geography.                                                                      

National Weather Service, Wilmington Keep up on all of the latest weather watches, warnings, and advisories.

Ohio Public Library Information Network Find a public library near you, or use one of the many available research databases.

Ohio State Parks See what’s happening at Ohio’s State Parks.

Ohio Tourism Planning a vacation in Ohio?  This site has the most comprehensive Ohio travel information.

Social Security Administration Visit the official website of the United States Social Security Administration.

The State of OhioFind employment opportunities or get the State of Ohio’s top requested forms on-line.  This website also has important tax information and much more.

U.S. Census Bureau Get the latest statistics on people, business, and geography, including population finders and economic indicators.

U.S.D.A. Food Stamp Program  | The Food Stamp Program serves as the first line of defense against hunger.  This site has information for applicants and recipients, retailers, governments, researchers and public advocacy groups.

Clinton County Chamber of Commerce  |Here, you can find the history of Clinton County Ohio, numerous business connections as well as learn about the many benefits of living in Clinton County.

Resources for Veterans

ODJFS Veterans Workforce ServicesThe goal is to assist eligible veterans, including disabled veterans, campaign veterans, and other targeted veterans and eligible spouses in alleviating unemployment and underemployment. (OVMJ)Resources to help transition into civilian life.

Ohio Department of Veteran ServicesProvides resources for the veteran community through advocacy, collaboration and partnerships.

Department of Higher Education, Ohio GI PromiseFrequently asked questions about the Ohio GI Promise.

Department of Veteran AffairsThe United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Department of Labor, Jobs for Veterans ActEmployment and training for veterans of the United States Armed Forces through a network of nearly 2,500 Job Centers.

Individuals eligible for, receiving services from or benefiting from programs funded by or through the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) are protected by various laws, regulations, rules, and policies against unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, political affiliation (food stamps only), age, sex, citizenship/ participant status (WIOA Programs only) and national origin. If you believe that you have been denied or delayed services for which you are eligible because of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, political affiliation (food stamps only), disability or age, you must file your complaint within six months of the date on which the incident or treatment happened. You may call the Bureau of Civil Rights to submit your complaint, or you may submit your complaint in writing. If the complaint is submitted by telephone you can call (614) 644-2703 or Toll Free 1-866-227-6353.

General Information
Child Protection Unit
Child Support Enforcement Agency
OhioMeansJobs: Clinton County’s Employment and Training Center
Phone Numbers
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