On Friday, July 29, Summit County Executive Russ Pry’s Department of Job and Family Services at 1180 South Main Street, its offices in the OhioMeansJobs Center at 1040 East Tallmadge Avenue, and its satell
Many Summit County government offices will make Firestone Park their new home this month when they relocate to the former Bridgestone/Firestone campus in Akron. Beginning Wednes
The Summit County Department of Job and Family Services exists to serve the people of Summit County, Ohio, by providing social and career-development services to better the lives of the entire community.
The Summit County DJFS is funded at the county, state and federal level and is charged with executing various programs designed to help people with certain financial, medical and social services. These programs are in place to help ensure that everyone’s basic needs are met, including sufficient nourishment, shelter, medical care and critical social services ranging from childcare to career development.
Job training and skill building are critical DJFS missions intent on providing clients the education, life and workforce skills necessary to find quality jobs and transition to sustainable financial independence.