Family Law : Child Care

Are there programs to help working parents get quality child care for children?

With welfare reform and the growing ranks of the “working poor,” access to affordable, quality child care has become an increasingly important issue for Ohio’s low-income working families.
Many parents need help with paying for child care or finding quality child care in their communities.

Learn more about subsidized child care now

For more information on domestic violence visit the Ohio Domestic Violence Resource Center.

See also the Forms & Education tab in this section for more information.

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