Our Partners

OhioMeansJobs | Butler County is a partnership among the Butler County Board of Commissioners, the Workforce Investment Board | Butler - Clermont - Warren and the following One-Stop agencies and organizations. Included below is a summary of the services and activities provided at OhioMeansJobs | Butler County by each partner. 

Butler County Department of Job & Family Services

  • OhioMeansJobs | Butler County orientation workshops
  • Career counseling and guidance
  • Educational skill level assessment
  • Career aptitude and interest assessment
  • WIOA occupational programs financial assistance for eligible clients; for questions call (513) 785-6500
  • Contact (513)-887-5600

Adult Basic Literacy Education  

  • GED preparation and college, vocational and employment test preparation
  • Basic reading and phonics tutoring
  • English language skills for foreign-born adults to prepare for U.S. citizenship
  • Contact: (513) 894-0301 

 Butler Tech 

  • Career education and training for adults and high school students
  • Career assessment and counseling
  • Job profiling services
  • Financial aid availability for those who qualify
  • Life skills workshops
  • Customized services for business and industry
  • Contact: (513) 645-8200 

Community Behavioral Health

  • Job readiness workshop
  • Employment case management/counseling
  • Resume, job application, and cover letter assistance
  • Job retention skills
  • Must be residents of Butler County, have an income at least 200 percent or less of the poverty level with child under the age of 18 living at home, have an active Butler County child support order, or have a reunification plan with Children’s Services
  • Contact: Lindsey Cook at 785-6709 or email ljcook@community-first.org

Easter Seals Tri-State / WIOA


Youth Opportunities Program (Y.O.P.)


  •         Serves younger youth 16-18
  •         Serves older youth 19-24
  •         Youth must meet income criteria and face barrier to employment
  •         Career assessment and development
  •         Summer employment
  •         Development of social, communication, and leadership skills
  •         Job search techniques
  •         Assistance with vocational training
  •         Individualized training in specialized occupational areas
  •         Incentives and recognition for reaching goals 


Job Corps

  •          Career Technical Training Center for young adults ages 16-24
  •          Opportunity for youth to receive hands-on training in 75 career fields
  •          Youth can earn a high school diploma/GED or college credits
  •          Students receive housing, meals, basic health care, living allowance twice a                  month, training and preparation for a career at no cost to you.
  •          Contact: (513) 761-3109 or martin.patricia@jobcorps.org 

Mature Services Employment Program

  • Job development and placement
  • Must be residents of Butler County, 55+ years old, and income at 125% or less of the poverty level  
  • Educational counseling and school fees/supplies assistance
  • Receive paid training at Butler County non-profits by working 20 hrs. a week while earning minimum wage
  • Income eligibility limits apply
  • Contact: (513) 924-9100 or (513) 785- 6514


Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

  • Job seeker employment registration and referrals  
  • Re-employment workshops
  • Resume, job application, and cover letter assistance
  • Veterans assistance
  • Employer job postings and applicant screening
  • Labor market information
  • Employer workshops
  • Contact: (513) 785-6706

ODJFS/Office of Workforce Development/VETS

  •       Employment assistance for eligible veterans
  •       Career counseling and guidance
  •       Referrals to additional veterans services
  •       Job development
  •        Job-seeking skills

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

  • Employment needs assistance for eligible clients with disabilities

  • Vocational assessment and counseling

  • Placement and rehabilitation technology

  • Training

  • Contact: Debbie Mendenhall, (513) 785-6705 or deborah.mendenhall@ood.ohio.gov