|Ohio has 90 One-Stop Centers across the state to help job seekers prepare for and find jobs. Adults and youth with disabilities are encouraged to use One-Stop services to gain skills and qualifications that will help them obtain a first or better job.
Sometimes job seekers with disabilities may need some type of accommodations to use One-Stop services. Upon request, One-Stops will make reasonable accommodations to help a job seeker fully participate in their programs, services, and activities. Job seekers should contact their local One-Stop Center to ask about available accommodations. Examples of some reasonable accommodations include materials in alternate formats, individual meetings rather than group orientation, or assistance with filling out forms.
Ohio’s Medicaid Buy-In for Workers (MBIWD) was created to enable Ohioans with disabilities to work and still keep their health care coverage. For more information, call 1-800-324-8680 (voice), 1-800-292-3572 (TTY) or visit Ohio’s Medicaid website.