Williams County Public Assistance Unit takes ownership of delivering assistance to the people of Williams County during their time of need in a timely and compassionate manner to help them in becoming self-sufficient.
We are striving to provide timely, error-free, and outstanding service to our community.
Compassion: We are motivated to go out of our way to assist people with warmth, caring, and understanding during their time of need.
Accountability: We take responsibility for our actions.
Integrity: We behave ethically in all that we do.
Excellence: We strive to be outstanding in all we do.
Collaboration: We believe teamwork is the best way to work.
Important contact information for your reference:
- To report Fraud: 419-636-6725
- Medicaid Renewal and New Application Hotline: 1-844-640-6446
- Medicaid Consumer Hotline: 1-800-324-8680
- Food Assistance Direction Card:1-866-386-3071
- Cash Eppicard: 1-866-420-8822
- Managed Care Enrollment Center: 1-800-605-3040
- Buckeye Community Health Plan: 1-866-246-4358
- CareSource: 1-800-488-0134
- Molina Healthcare: 1-800-642-4168
- Paramount Advantage: 1-800-462-3589
- United Healthcare:: 1-800-895-2017
- Additional Community Resources: Dial 211 – Comprehensive Crisis Care of Northwest Ohio
Business Hours 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday or Contact us at: 419-636-6725
It is the policy of the Williams County Department of Job and Family Services not to discriminate against applicants for or beneficiaries of programs administered by this office on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, gender, or religion. In addition, The Food Assistance Program also prohibits discrimination based on political beliefs.
All applicants, beneficiaries, and visitors to this office are entitled to services and treatment without discrimination based on any of the factors listed above.
To file a complaint of discrimination, call (202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD) or write to:
Office of Civil Rights
14th and Independence Ave. SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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