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Joel Potts

Executive Director

Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association

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Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association

37 W. Broad St. Suite 1120

Columbus, Ohio,43215

United States

Company Description

Established in 1946, the Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association (OJFSDA) is a non-profit statewide organization which represents Ohio's 88 County Departments of Job and Family Services (CDJFS). ...more

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Senator Bill Beagle Connects the Relationship of Strong Families to a Strong Economy - 3RD Rail Politics

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Joel Potts, the Executive Director of the Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association representing Ohio's 88 county departments of job and family services told the panel, "we believe that Ohio's OhioMeansJobs centers are also in a position to assist with the implementation of provisions designed to help students graduate prepared to either enter the workforce successfully, or understand promising career pathways - the options available to them to complete further education and training based on industry-led curriculums that are likely to result in an in-demand job."
SB 3 Testimony: Joel Potts


Advocates for Ohio's Future - Leadership and Staff

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Joel Potts, Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association


OJFSDA | OJFSDA Staff

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Joel Potts
Executive Director


Local families struggle under welfare rules

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Despite the system's problems, the assistance program's time limits and work requirements are still better than the welfare system that preceded it, said Joel Potts, executive director of the Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association.
Mr. Potts helped implement welfare reform at the state level during the 1990s. Caseloads have fallen tremendously since that time. In March, 1992, the state's welfare caseload hit its peak of 748,717 recipients. In the current system, there are clear expectations that adults who can work should work, and generational welfare has essentially ended. The state also has been able to invest more in work supports such as child care, Mr. Potts said. "I do think the public has a very clear expectation of what we need to be doing," Mr. Potts said, adding that welfare should serve as a temporary assistance and not a way of life. However, many of the families who remain on assistance do face serious challenges, he said, such as a lack of basic education, mental-health disorders, or other obstacles to working. "We are left with a smaller population, but they are a much more difficult population to work with," he said.


Jay Goyal: Ohio State Representative 73rd District - NEWS

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Joel Potts, executive director of the Ohio Job and Family Services Directors Association, said the new state budget is a "huge gamble" that will put the lives of the state's neediest families at stake.
Lawmakers are betting "that we really don't need money for these people and they will get services somewhere else and children will not suffer," he said.


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