Public Benefits: Disability Help


Ohio Here To Help Website - This website provides a wide range of information and resources - from both public and private entities - that can help you search for a job, find education and training opportunities, and learn about the many other services and supports that might be available.


SOCIAL SERVICES - Directories and links to help in your community.








If you are a low-income individual, there are many resources available that can help you get your medications for free or at a reduced fee. Resources include:


The Ohio Benefit Bank is a non-profit organization that can quickly help you determine if you are eligible for public benefits and certain low-income tax credits.


DISASTER ASSISTANCE is a secure, user-friendly U.S. Government website that consolidates disaster assistance information in one place.


If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, help is available. You can:

  • If you need help immediately during non-regular business hours, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 24-hours a day at 800-799-7233.



7-1-1 is a new statewide telephone relay number that connects standard (voice) telephone users with deaf, hard-of hearing, and/or speech-disabled people who use text telephones (TTYs).

Relay users can now simply dial 7-1-1 to connect with Ohio Relay. This allows easier access, particularly for less experienced relay users such as businesses, children, or friends and family of TTY users.

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Click here to find legal help near you.

To find a civil legal aid provider, call

1.866.LAW.OHIO (1.866.529.6446)

For the hearing impaired:
Use this site to find the local
Ohio legal aid provider in your
area. Then, call the Ohio Relay
Service at 1-800-750-0750 and
ask the service operator to
connect you to the provider
you are trying to call.

The information in this site is
not intended as legal advice.


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