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HATS is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration, Ohio Department of Transportation, fee for service contracts, local donations, fares, and the United Way of Hancock County. Contacts. For HATS related comments, complaints, and suggestions, or brochure information in an alternate format, contact the HATS Director at 419-423-7261 ext. 24. Ohio Works First. Ohio Works First (OWF) is the financial-assistance portion of the state's Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program, which provides cash benefits to needy families for up to 36 months. Seven out of every 1,000 residents in Hancock .

Transportation and assisted transportation are two of the most sought after services provided by Hancock County Senior Services. The safety of our passengers is the primary concern of our agency. Our drivers are trained and certified through the WV Division of Public Transit. All drivers possess a WV Class D Driver’s License endorsement. hancock county commissioners and maumee watershed conservancy district hancock county flood-risk reduction program www.hancockcountyflooding.com.

Protective Services The mission of Hancock County Job and Family Services Protective Services Unit is to assure the children and elderly of Hancock County greater protection from abuse and neglect, preserving families whenever possible. This will be accomplished utilizing available resources and working with the community to eliminate service gaps. Please support HCSSI in Steak N Bake Competition Hancock County Senior Services is honored to be one of 10 People’s Choice nonprofit nominees for the Greenfield Rotary's 2019 Steak’ n Bake’ n Raffle. If we are one of the top five organizations that raise the most money, we will split the net profits from the.