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    Benefits

    HOW TO APPLY

    www.benefits.ohio.gov
    Online is the easiest and most efficient way to apply. Available 24/7
    (844) 640-OHIO (6446)
    The Contact Center allows for real-time eligibility and case changes M – F 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Local Libraries
    Trained Public Benefits Community Navigators are available to help you apply online, over the phone or via fax
    Neighborhood Family Service Centers (please link here https://cjfs.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/NFSC.aspx)
    Submit a paper application at one of the four centers, M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm

     

    Neighborhood Family Service Centers
    CJFS operates five NFSCs throughout the county. All centers are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Individuals may access benefits and programs at any of these Centers, regardless of where they live.

    Neighborhood Family Service Centers (NFSC)

    Workforce Opportunity Resource Center
    Virgil E. Brown Building
    1641 Payne Avenue, Suite 120A
    Cleveland, Ohio 44114

    216-987-6578

    Quincy Place
    8111 Quincy Avenue
    Cleveland, Ohio 44104

    216-391-5027

    Old Brooklyn  

    4261 Fulton Parkway
    Brooklyn, Ohio 44144

    216-635-2918

    Jane Edna Hunter Building
    Southgate
    3955 Euclid Ave.
    Cleveland, Ohio 44115

    216-881-4416

    Virgil E. Brown
    1641 Payne Avenue
    Cleveland, Ohio 44114

    216-987-6978

    Westshore (document drop-off center)
    9830 Lorain Avenue
    Cleveland, Ohio 44102

    216-939-2523

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    • Female: Age 25 and Older
    • Male: Age 24 and Under
    • Male: Age 25 and Older
    • LGBTQ: Age 24 and Younger
    • LGBTQ: Age 25 and Older
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