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Kinship Care

Kinship Caregivers are grandparents, siblings, relatives, godparents, stepparents and other adults who provide care to children they know whose parents can no longer care for them. Because of the growing number of Kinship Caregivers, BCCS has instituted kinship support services, which help kinship families identify recreational, respite, training, financial, crisis intervention and other services whenever the need arises.

 

Local Resources for Kinship Caregivers:

Butler County Job and Family Services (BCJFS)

BCJFS takes walk in applications Monday thru Friday from 7:30am-11:30am.  You can apply for child-only OWF and Medicaid.  Your household income does not count towards these programs. You must have custody papers or be able to prove blood relationship.

You may also apply for Food Stamps and for Child Care Assistance at BCJFS.  However, you will need to verify your household income.

You can apply at these locations:

315 High St., 8th floor

Hamilton, Ohio 45011

(513) 887-4000

(800) 582-4267

1021 Central Ave.

Middletown, Ohio 45044

(513) 425-8653

 

WIC (Women, Infants, Children)

WIC provides coupons for formula, milk, cereal, juice and other items for children ages newborn to 5 year of age.  You need to have custody papers.  You can call WIC to schedule an appointment.

210 S. Second St., 2nd Floor

Hamilton, Ohio 45011

(513) 896-7022

930 Ninth Ave.

Middletown, Ohio 45044

(513) 705-9040

 

Family Connections

Family Connections has a clothing and furniture depot.  You can contact Family Connections to make an appointment Mon-Fri  10am-5pm.   If you are caring for children with an open Children Services case, you will need to give the case name. 

190 N. Brookwood Ave.

Hamilton, Ohio 45015

(513) 785-6250

 

Butler County Help Me Grow - Kinship Navigator Program

The Kinship Navigator Program provides information and referrals for supportive services for Kinship Caregivers in Butler County and sponsors monthly support groups in Hamilton, Middletown and Oxford.  The Program is voluntary and free of charge.  You do not have to be involved with Butler County Children Services to access this program.

1910 Fairgrove Ave., Suite D

Hamilton, Ohio 45011

(513) 785-6891

(800) 341-3025

 

   
 
 
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