Hancock County Job and Family Services is seeking qualified transportation companies or programs

Hancock County Job and Family Services is seeking qualified transportation companies or programs to provide transportation for eligible Hancock County Job and Family Services’ clients and services.

Hancock County Job and Family Services is not able to pay for no-shows.

If interested please submit a letter of interest in writing by or on September 30th 2019 to Tyler McKinney, Program Administrator, by emailing tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov, or by mail to:

PO Box 270

Findlay OH 45839

 

Letters of Interest should include the following rates at a minimum:

Hours available to transport.

Transportation rates within Findlay city limits.

Transportation rates outside of Findlay city limits, but within Hancock County.

Transportation rates outside of Hancock County.

Reimbursement requirement for tolls and parking fees based on actual cost as applicable.

Inquiries may be emailed to Tyler McKinney at tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov or by calling 419-429-8037.

 

Letters of Interest should include the following rates at a minimum:

  • Hours available to transport.
  • Transportation rates within Findlay city limits.
  • Transportation rates outside of Findlay city limits, but within Hancock County.
  • Transportation rates outside of Hancock County.
  • Reimbursement requirement for tolls and parking fees based on actual cost as applicable.

 

Inquiries may be emailed to Tyler McKinney at tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov or by calling 419-429-8037.

Planning Committee Meeting for 7/23/19 has been Rescheduled

The Hancock County JFS Planning Committee Meeting has been rescheduled for:

 

Tuesday August 13th at 1:15 pm in the HCJFS Main Conference Room.

 

If you have any question please contact Tyler McKinney by email at  tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov or call 419-429-8037.

HCJFS is soliciting proposals for Non-Emergency Transportation

Hancock County Job and Family Services is soliciting proposals from qualified transportation companies or programs to provide Non-Emergency Transportation to eligible residents of Hancock County.  The Request For Proposal can be found here:

RFP NET services 2019

A paper copy of the RPF can be obtained by a request submitted to the Program Administrator by fax, mail, or email.

Expressions of interest may be submitted by fax, mail, or e-mail to the following addresses:

Hancock County Job & Family Services

P O Box 270

Findlay, OH  45839

Fax:  (419) 424-7485

or

Tyler McKinney, Program Administrator at (419) 429-8037

tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov

Please note that the deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, August 2nd, 2019 at 1 pm.  Late proposals will be rejected.

Should you have any questions, please contact Tyler McKinney, at (419) 429-8037.

Inquiries may be emailed to Tyler McKinney at tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov or by calling 419-429-8037.

 

HCJFS requesting proposals for Fiscal Consulting

Hancock County Job & Family Services is requesting a quotation for the services listed below, effective dates beginning July 1st, 2019 through June 30th, 2020, with the option to renew at the same terms and conditions for July 1st, 2020 through June 30th, 2021.  Please provide quote by June 19th, 2019.

Questions, contact Tyler McKinney Program Administrator via email or at

419-429-8037.

 

Service: Fiscal Consulting

  • Assisting Hancock County Job & Family Services with Fiscal Consulting.
  • Fiscal Consulting is providing general consultation to HCJFS staff and contractors in the applicable federal and state policies and procedures and provide research and analysis of federal/state laws and regulations governing the department’s financial management of federal, state, and local programs.
  • Provide guidance on Contracts and Procurement
  • Other services as mutually agreed upon will be included in Contract

 

Provide description of services and unit price.  Please submit responses by email to:

Tyler.McKinney@jfs.ohio.gov

RFP for Year Round Youth Services Program – Extended

***The following RFP  Proposal Substitution deadline has been extended to May 30th 2019***

OhioMeansJobs-Hancock is soliciting proposals to provide a year round youth services program in Hancock County.  Interested proposers must register for this RFP by a simple “expression” of interest provided to the Procurement Manager by May 30th, 2019.  The RFP can be found here:  https://www.hancockjfs.org/wioa-youth-rfp-2019/

Amended Timelines and Dates can be found here: WIOA Youth RFP PY 2019 – Amended Dates

A paper copy of the RPF can be obtained by a request submitted to the Procurement Manager by fax, mail, or email.

Expressions of interest may be submitted by fax, mail, or e-mail to the following addresses:

Hancock County Job & Family Services

P O Box 270

Findlay, OH  45839

Fax:  (419) 424-7485

or

Tyler McKinney, Procurement Manager at (419) 429-8037

tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov

Please note that the deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, May 17th, 2019 at 4:00 pm.  Late proposals will be rejected.

Should you have any questions, please contact Tyler McKinney, at (419) 429-8037.

Requesting Proposals to Develop Services or Programs for Post Adoptive-Families

Hancock County Job & Family Services is requesting proposals to Develop Services or Programs to support Post Adoptive-Families and/or Kinship Families of Hancock County.

Proposals should include scope of services to be provided, and a budget detailing the costs laid out in the proposal.

Questions, please contact Tyler McKinney, Program Administrator, via email or at

419-429-8037.

Please submit responses on or before May 3rd, 2019 by email to:

Tyler.McKinney@jfs.ohio.gov

RFP for Year Round Youth Services Program

OhioMeansJobs-Hancock is soliciting proposals to provide a year round youth services program in Hancock County.  Interested proposers must register for this RFP by a simple “expression” of interest provided to the Procurement Manager by May 17th, 2019.  The RFP can be found here:  https://www.hancockjfs.org/wioa-youth-rfp-2019/

A paper copy of the RPF can be obtained by a request submitted to the Procurement Manager by fax, mail, or email.

Expressions of interest may be submitted by fax, mail, or e-mail to the following addresses:

Hancock County Job & Family Services

P O Box 270

Findlay, OH  45839

Fax:  (419) 424-7485

or

Tyler McKinney, Procurement Manager at (419) 429-8037

tyler.mckinney@jfs.ohio.gov

Please note that the deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, May 17th, 2019 at 4:00 pm.  Late proposals will be rejected.

Should you have any questions, please contact Tyler McKinney, at (419) 429-8037.

 

Hearing for proposed Title XX County Social Services Plan on 4/23/19 at 1:15 pm

Public Notice
The Hancock County Job and Family Services Planning Committee will hold a public hearing to obtain public comment on the 2020 Comprehensive Title XX Social Services Plan (CTXXSSP) County Profile.

This hearing will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 1:15 p.m. in the Main Conference Room at Hancock County Job and Family Services

located at 7814 County Road 140, Findlay, OH.

Copies of the proposed profile/CTXXSSP can be obtained prior to this meeting by contacting Tyler McKinney at 419-429-8037.

The Hancock County Job and Family Services Planning Committee will hold its regularly scheduled quarterly meeting immediately following this public hearing.

SNAP BENEFITS UPDATE

As a result of the February SNAP benefits being issued early Ohio is adjusting the March benefit issuance schedule. Eligible SNAP families will receive half of their March benefits on February 22, 2019, and the rest of the benefits will be issued on the normal March issuance date.

SNAP benefits update

The USDA has confirmed that there is funding available for SNAP benefits through March.  Funding for March benefits will be available even if another shutdown occurs in mid-February.

 

SNAP recipients are being reminded that February benefits loaded on to their EBT cards on January 16th; there will not be another load in February.  Recipients are encouraged to plan accordingly to ensure that the February benefits loaded in January last until their scheduled March load date.

 

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this evolving situation.  Our agency will keep you updated as we learn more about how possible future government shutdowns may effect benefit issuance.

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