While receiving assistance, families spend a minimum of 20 to 35 hours per week working, in school or volunteering in order to receive the assistance.
Learn more about Cash Assistance The Children’s Services Division works with families to help keep Hamilton County children safe.
Similar to the way anyone can now start their own e-commerce website, AT&T opened up the 900 program to any entrepreneur who had an idea, and set a price of up to .00 for the first minute of a call (and more for additional minutes).
An entirely new information economy opened up overnight, and the first 900 number entrepreneurs struck gold..
Parents are able to pick a child care provider that meets their needs.
Learn more about Child Care Medicaid (medical assistance) provides health care coverage to families who may not otherwise have access to health care.
Children’s Services operates the 241-KIDS hotline, provides services to help families and, when necessary, places children who cannot be safe in their own homes into temporary care with relatives, foster parents or a specialized setting.
Learn more about Child Protection Hamilton County Adult Protective Services operates 421-LIFE, the 24-hour hotline for reporting abuse and neglect (by self or others) of Hamilton County adult residents.
All you need to do is enter and confirm your mobile number to enroll.
Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code (ORC 1347.08), we are unable to release confidential information to parties outside of the case in question without written authorization.
“You want to save Larry the Lobster,” Murphy told the viewers, “dial 1-900-720-1808. Now, unless you call in to save him, we’re going to boil Larry’s little butt right here on national television…The phone company is going to charge you 50 cents, but isn’t it worth 50 cents to save Larry’s life?
Information services, where people could call a 900 number and hear a recorded or live message, were also coming into their own in the early- and mid-1980s.
(Other prefixes, notably 976, had already attracted millions of calls to regional services.) In 1982, more than a million people called what eventually came to be known as In 1987, AT&T started a national program that allowed 900 number information providers—people who provided the audio content—the chance to earn money from their numbers.