Ohio Means Jobs PRC Program
Ohio’s Prevention, Retention and Contingency (PRC) program provides work supports and other services to help low-income parents overcome immediate barriers to employment. It is funded through the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Those receiving assistance from other public assistance programs −including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps) − also may be eligible for PRC services.
Who is eligible for PRC services?
Benefits and services are available for certain low-income families who need short-term help during a crisis or time of need. This includes:
• Parents of children under 18, including noncustodial parents if they live in Ohio
• Pregnant women or teens
What types of services may be offered?
• Clothing and shelter
• Domestic violence housing relocation assistance
• Disaster assistance
• Transportation (including auto repair expenses or a down payment on an automobile)
• Employment and training
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