Big changes are happening for low-income Ohioans between the ages of 16 and 24. On July 1st, Ohio became the first state to implement a comprehensive case management and employment program (CCMEP) to increase access to education and work opportunities for Ohio youth. By integrating aspects of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Ohio is creating a common experience for youth with the goal of improving education and employment outcomes.
Register for our webinar Monday, August 29 at noon for a program overview and an update about county experiences with the program thus far.
The webinar will cover:
- State-level overview of the program since its implementation
- Update from counties about their plans and experiences with the program
- Next steps for the new wraparound services program
Register now for the CCMEP webinar on August 29 at noon.
- Douglas Lumpkin, Director, Ohio Office of Human Services Innovation
- Roxane Somerlot, Director, Marion County Job and Family Services
- Angela Carnahan, Workforce Development Administrator, Licking County Department of Job and Family Services