ANNOUNCEMENT Regarding Early Issuance of SNAP Food Assistance


As a result of the February SNAP benefits being issued early Ohio is adjusting the March benefit issuance schedule. Eligible SNAP families will receive half of their March benefits on February 22, 2019, and the rest of the benefits will be issued on the normal March issuance date.

Federal Government Shutdown – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Early Issuance

Per instruction received from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in response to the Federal government shutdown, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food benefits for February will be issued early, January 16, 2019.  Counties should continue all other SNAP operations as usual.

In an effort to ensure recipients receiving their February benefits early understand that these benefits are not additional or bonus benefits the following message will be added to our customer service phone numbers and phone calls and text messages will be sent to recipients that have signed up for text messaging notifications or have a phone number provided:

February SNAP Was Delivered Early.  Customers who use SNAP EBT should keep in mind that February food dollars were issued on January 16, 2019.  This means that you may have two months’ worth of food dollars on your account this month. No food dollars will be added in February.  The early food dollars are meant to help with next month’s food.  We encourage our SNAP-participating customers to plan their purchases carefully so that they have money available to meet their food needs.

To apply for SNAP benefits you can submit an application to our office or apply online at https://odjfsbenefits.ohio.gov/SelfServiceSplash.jsf

If you’d like more information regarding SNAP Food Assistance please visit our page with more details and information by clicking the link HERE.

Wireless Emergency Notification System (WENS)

Receive Emergency Alerts & NOAA Weather Warnings

Via Text, Email, or Voice

Free Service provided by Seneca County, City of Tiffin & City of Fostoria

To Sign Up:

Text: SENECAALERTS! To 69310

OR

Click HERE to Sign Up

 Signup to receive Community Events alerts and other Public Service Announcements.

 

Ken Majors RN, NRP, Emergency Services Director

Dani Gebauer, EMT-P Emergency Services Administrator

126 Hopewell Ave.   Tiffin, Ohio  44883

Office: 419-447-0266  Fax: 419-448-5064

Mental Health and Recovery Board

 

Check out this great video about the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board and its efforts to combat drug abuse and erase the stigma surrounding mental health disorders.

 

The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties is accepting local levy proposals for mental health and addiction services.

FY 2018 LEVY – REQUEST FOR APPLICATION

Applications are due March 10, 2017.

 

WSOS Fatherhood Program

Overview

Strengthen ties among fathers and their children. Very Important Padre is a program for all fathers from all walks of life.

Benefits

  • One-on-One meetings
  • Case Management
  • Community Referrals
  • 24/7 Dad Programming
  • Parenting Education
  • Community Volunteering
  • GED Preparation
  • Employment Services
  • Financial Planning
  • Family Supportive Services

Eligibility Requirements

Please click here for more details:  http://www.wsos.org/program_details.php?id=87

Must be a father who resides in Sandusky, Seneca, Ottawa, or Wood County

Eligibility Requirements

Full Time Job Opportunities

Full time Job Opportunities Available here at the Seneca County Job and Family Agency!

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