We're Hiring! Open House event on April 6

Franklin County Children Services is looking for Child Welfare Caseworkers who are up to the challenge of building stable and supportive living settings for young people, strengthening family life, and assisting parents in meeting their responsibilities to their children.

We also need legal aides, clerical and data entry workers and Information Technology experts.

Click on the link below to learn more about job openings and submit an application.

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse

The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning to recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect.


Click the link below for information that may help you to recognize a child that needs help.

Latest Issue of Connects E-News

In this month's Connects E-News, you'll learn about: how Social Workers Elevate children and families; how you can Be a Hero in the Eyes of a Child; our community partner Dress for Success Columbus; and FCCS's fundraising efforts for the United Negro College Fund

We Need Foster Families!

Hundreds of kids in Franklin County are waiting. These are kids who, through no fault of their own, are in need of a safe and loving home. They’re waiting for YOU. Become a Franklin County foster parent.

Anyone over 21 with a stable source of income can apply. You just have to be willing.

Visit fostercare.fccs.us or call (614) 275-2711 for more information.

Click here to view a public service announcement.

Click here to download a media release.

National Social Work Month: Social Workers Elevate

Helping people to help themselves is at the heart of the work of Franklin County Children Services staff. This includes the agency’s caseworkers who practice social work in the intake, ongoing, adoptions, kinship and youth transition services departments, as well as those in support areas. All provide services designed to help families achieve and maintain safety and stability for their children and themselves. It’s fitting to recognize these professionals during National Social Work Month in March as they help elevate youth and families. Watch Social Workers Elevate, a video series in which FCCS caseworkers and others tell how they work to elevate youth and families.

 

Events & Campaigns

  • April 10 - Child Abuse Prevention Breakfast
    The Boat House at Confluence Park
    679 West Spring Street
    Columbus, OH 43215

    FCCS's annual event highlights child abuse prevention and the accomplishments of social work professionals, client families, youth and community advocates. Also, college scholarships are awarded to agency youth. For more information, call (614) 275-2523 or email lamiller@fccs.us.
  • April 10 - Wear Blue Day
    FCCS will participate in the statewide Wear Blue Day campaign to support the prevention of child abuse. Wear blue on April 10, take a photo of yourself or your group and email it to fccsoutreach@fccs.us and you may see your photo featured on our Facebook or Twitter pages.
  • April 6 - Open House Recruitment Event
    855 W. Mound St. from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open House Hiring event. Bring a resume and a valid Ohio Driver's License and speak to a hiring manager at this one-day event. We are seeking Child Welfare Caseworkers, Information Technology experts, legal aides, clerical and data entry operators. Questions?: Email us at fccshr@fccs.us.
  • March - National Social Work Month
    National Social Work Month is a time for increasing public awareness and knowledge of the profession of social work and how these dedicated individuals impact society.

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