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Veterans

The Veteran's Resource Guide was created for Veterans returning home to easily navigate and find the resources available to them.  Below you can see all the resources by downloading the guide or scrolling down on the page:


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  Financial Resources 
  Benefits & Assistance
  Health & Wellness
  Education & Employment
  Housing
  Legal Services
  Phone Numbers
  CVSOs in Ohio

 
   
   
 
   


Financial Resources

AMERICAN LEGION OF OHIO
www.ohiolegion.com
(740) 362-7478 
American Legion of Ohio offers a Temporary Financial Assistance program that provides maintenance grants to assist with basic needs such as shelter, food, clothing and utilities.
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS 
www.redcross.org/find-help/military-families/financial-assistance
(877) 272-7337 
The American Red Cross provides service members and their families with emergency aid, including food, clothing, temporary lodging and utilities. The American Red Cross Emergency Communications Center is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE OFFICERS (CVSO) 
dvs.ohio.gov/home/county_veterans_service_offices.aspx
CVSOs work one-on-one with veterans to provide financial assistance and other resources. CVSOs also routinely refer veterans to nonprofit organizations, local government agencies and community services. Ohio CVSOs phone numbers are listed on pages 23-28. 

FINANCIAL CALCULATORS 
www.financialcalculators.com
Financial Calculators offers interactive tools to assist in calculating automobile and mortgage payments, tax estimates, student loan rates, insurance costs, credit card fees and retirement plans. 

HELPING HEROES HOME 
www.helpingheroeshome.org
(781) 561-5801 
Helping Heroes Home provides emergency funds to returning veterans to assist with cell phone and internet service. 

MILITARY INJURY RELIEF FUND (MIRF) 
www.ohiomeansveteranjobs.com/mirf
(888) 296-7541 (option 5) 
The Military Injury Relief Fund grants a single payment to service members injured while serving in Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation New Dawn. 

OHIO HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP) 
development.ohio.gov/is/is_heap.htm
(800) 282-0880 
The Ohio Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded program that assists low-income individuals with their heating bills. HEAP makes payments directly to the utility company. 

OHIO VETERANS BONUS PROGRAM 
veteransbonus.ohio.gov
(877) 644-6838 
The Ohio Veterans Bonus Program provides a monetary bonus for eligible veterans who served during the Iraq or Afghanistan conflicts. 

OPERATION FIRST RESPONSE (OFR) 
www.operationfirstresponse.org
(888) 289-0280 
Operation First Response provides financial aid to injured service members and veterans. Aid may include funds for rent, vehicle payments, utilities, groceries, clothing and travel expenses to medical facilities. 

OPERATION HOMEFRONT (OH) 
www.operationhomefront.net
(800) 722-6098 
Operation Homefront provides emergency financial aid and other assistance, including emergency food, repairs, critical baby items, furniture and local moving assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors. Assistance is paid directly to creditors and service providers. 

TAX EXEMPTIONS 
www.tax.ohio.gov/ohio_individual/individual/military_tax_provisions.aspx
(800) 282-1780 
The Ohio Department of Taxation offers many tax exemptions for veterans. For instance, the Ohio Veterans Bonus, which is awarded to veterans who served during the time of the first Persian Gulf War or during the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, is not subject to either federal or state income tax. Military Retirement Pay is also exempt from state taxes. 

USA CARES 
www.usacares.org
(800) 773-0387 
USA Cares is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance at no cost to eligible veterans. USA Cares offers various services including, emergency housing and employment assistance. USA Cares also offers educational resources to veterans and their family members. 

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Benefits and Assistance

AMERICAN LEGION OF OHIO 
www.ohiolegion.com
(740) 362-7478
At each of its 610 posts, American Legion of Ohio has Service Officers whose primary duties are to assist in the compilation and completion of the forms required to file a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) claim. 

AMERICAN VETERANS (AMVETS) 
www.ohamvets.org
(614) 431-6990 
AMVETS protects and enhances American veterans’ entitlements to help improve the quality of life for veterans and their families, along with the community in which they live. 

COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE OFFICERS (CVSO) 
dvs.ohio.gov/home/county_veterans_service_offices.aspx
CVSOs work one-on-one with veterans to identify the types of VA assistance they are eligible for, and then prepare their benefits claims. Also, CVSOs routinely refer veterans to nonprofit organizations, local government agencies and community services. Ohio CVSOs phone numbers are listed on pages 23-28. 

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS 
www.ohiodav.org
(614) 221-3582 
Disabled American Veterans provides assistance to disabled veterans and their families and helps them obtain benefits and services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs. 

IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN VETERANS OF AMERICA (IAVA) 
www.iava.org
(212) 982-9699 
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America offers a wide array of programs to veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan. 

NATIONAL RESOURCE DIRECTORY 
www.nrd.gov
The National Resource Directory connects service members and veterans to supportive services such as scholarships, unemployment benefits, transportation assistance and financial counseling. 

OHIO LICENSE PLATES 
www.bmv.ohio.gov/special_plates_military_plates.stm
Veterans renewing their license plates are eligible to obtain a free armed forces plate upon presenting a valid DD-214. Ohio BMV offers 40 different types of specialty plates for veterans. 

UNITED STATES VETERANS INC., CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
www.usvinccc.com
(888) 961-9880 
The United States Veterans Inc., Chamber of Commerce provides training, business development assistance and networking opportunities to veterans and their families. 

VETERANS AFFAIRS BURIAL AND TOMBSTONES 
www.cem.va.gov
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers burial benefits to qualifying veterans and their family members. Qualifying veterans can be buried in a national cemetery at no charge. If buried in a private cemetery, the VA will provide a tombstone and medallion. Contact your County Veteran Service Office for more information (phone numbers are on pages 23-28).

VETERANS AFFAIRS PENSION BENEFITS 
www.benefits.va.gov/pension
(800) 827-1000 
The Department of Veterans Affairs Pension program offers a tax-free monetary benefit to eligible low-income veterans. A survivor’s benefit is also available to eligible family members of a deceased veteran. 

VETERANS BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION (VBA) 
www.vba.va.gov
(800) 827-1000 
The Veterans Benefits Administration provides the various benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including disability compensation, housing assistance and vocational rehabilitation. 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS (VFW) 
www.ohiovfw.org
(614) 224-1838
Veterans of Foreign Wars offers research, advice and assistance for veterans filing claims for benefits. The VFW assists veterans in reopening claims, following up on previous claims and assisting with appeals and reviewing denied claims. The VFW will also answer, research and assist with inquiries about medical, death/burial and other miscellaneous benefits. 

VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA (VVA) 
www.vva.org
(614) 228-0188 
Vietnam Veterans of America advocates on issues important to veterans of the Vietnam War. The VVA assists veterans in obtaining the quality healthcare they deserve, along with holding government officials accountable on supporting veterans’ benefits. 

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Health and Wellness


CIVILIAN HEALTH AND MEDICAL PROGRAM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (CHAMPVA) 
www.va.gov/purchasedcare/programs/dependents/champva/
(800) 733-8387 
The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) is a comprehensive health care program in which the VA shares the cost of covered health care services and supplies with eligible beneficiaries. The program is administered by Chief Business Office Purchased Care. If you are currently a TRICARE beneficiary, you are not eligible for CHAMPVA. 

OHIO CARES 
www.ohiocares.ohio.gov
(800) 761-0868
Ohio Cares is a network of state and local agencies that support the behavioral health of returning veterans and their families. This program enhances the behavioral health services provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs. 

OHIO COMBAT VETERANS 
www.ohiocombatveterans.org
(614) 777-6040 
Ohio Combat Veterans is a social program whose goal is to make a veteran’s shift into civilian life, after combat, as smooth as possible. The program focuses on reducing a veteran’s feelings of isolation, loneliness, depression and lowering the rates of alcoholism and drug abuse. 
 
THE PATRIOT PROJECT 
www.patriot-project.org
The Patriot Project, an Ohio-based organization, is a network of chiropractors who assist eligible disabled veterans and active duty military personnel by offering free chiropractic care. Currently there are more than 40 chiropractors in Ohio involved in the Patriot Project. 

TRICARE 
www.tricare.mil
(877) 874-2273 
TRICARE is a health care provider for eligible veterans, service members and their families. TRICARE provides low cost prescription drugs through mail order and local retail pharmacies. Prescriptions that are filled at military treatment facilities are free of charge. 

VETERANS AFFAIRS HEALTH BENEFITS 
www.va.gov/healthbenefits
(877) 222-8387 
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers health benefits to most veterans without charging enrollment fees, monthly premiums or deductibles. The VA provides access to health care at 44 facilities across Ohio. 

VETERANS AFFAIRS MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING 
www.vetcenter.va.gov
General: (877) 927-8387 
Crisis Hotline: (800) 273-8255 
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides mental health counseling at seven centers across Ohio. It also operates a Crisis Hotline offering free and confidential support for veterans and their families. 

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Education and Employment

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE VETERANS (DOD) 
godefense.cpms.osd.mil/veterans
(888) 363-4872 
The Department of Defense provides employment opportunities for veterans. Through their website, veterans can access DOD job fairs, a state map displaying all available positions and helpful tips on applying for a job. 

FEDS HIRE VETS 
www.fedshirevets.gov
(202) 606-7304
Feds Hire Vets is a program designed to help military veterans transition into the federal workforce. 

HELMETS TO HARDHATS 
www.helmetstohardhats.org
(866) 741-6210 
Helmets to Hardhats helps military service members successfully transition back into civilian life by offering them the means to secure a quality career in the construction industry. Military service members are offered a three to five year apprenticeship at no cost. 

HIRING OUR HEROES 
www.uschamber.com/hiringourheroes
(202) 659-6000 
Hiring Our Heroes is a program operated by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The statewide initiative was launched in 2011 to help veterans, service members and military spouses find employment by having state and local chambers and their partners hold job fairs across the nation.

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES VETERANS PROGRAM 
jfs.ohio.gov/veterans/index.stm
(888) 296-7541
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Veterans Program provides employment and training resources to eligible veterans. Programs are implemented to increase opportunities for veterans to obtain job training and employment. 

OHIO STATE APPROVING AGENCY 
dvs.ohio.gov/veterans_education/state_approving_agency.aspx
The Ohio State Approving Agency works with veterans and a Certifying Officer to provide on-the-job or apprenticeship training to eligible veterans and teaches the skills necessary for jobs in the civilian workforce. 

OHIO MEANS VETERAN JOBS 
www.ohiomeansveteranjobs.com
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Ohio Means Veteran Jobs website is an online resource that provides information and tools to assist in the transition to civilian life. These resources include a list of veteran friendly employers, information on Federal and State benefits, job search capabilities, resume writing and a military to civilian skills translator. 

TROOPS TO ENERGY JOBS 
www.troopstoenergyjobs.com
Troops to Energy Jobs accelerates the training and employability of veterans for work in the energy sector. The program offers veterans the opportunity to be placed throughout the United States. 

TROOPS TO TEACHERS 
www.troopstoteachers.ohio.gov
(800) 852-6064 
Troops to Teachers is an assistance program that helps eligible military personnel use their skills, knowledge and experience in schools. This program is the product of collaboration between the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Defense. 

UNIFORM SERVICES EMPLOYMENT & REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT (USERRA) 
www.dol.gov/vets/programs/userra
(614) 466-2768 
The Uniform Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act protects veterans’ careers so that they may be reemployed at their civilian careers after returning from duty and are not discriminated against due to their military service. 

VETERANS JOB BANK 
www.nrd.gov/home/veterans_job_bank
The Veterans Job Bank, powered by the National Resource Directory, provides employment opportunities targeted to veterans and works with businesses to identify qualified veterans for available jobs. The Veterans Job Bank offers access to employment opportunities for transitional service members and veterans. 

VETERAN JOBS CENTER 
veteranjobs.stripes.com
Stars & Stripes offers a Jobs Center through their website that gives veterans access to thousands of jobs available throughout the country. 

VETERANS EDUCATION PROGRAMS 
www.gibill.va.gov
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers many educational programs for active duty personnel and veterans. Many veterans and active duty personnel are eligible for more than one program offered through the Department of Veterans Affairs. 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (VR&E) 
http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre
(800) 827-1000 
The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program assists veterans with a service-connected disability of 10% or greater to maintain employment, become employed and live suitable lifestyles. The VR&E also offers post-secondary training, on-the-job training and independent living services for veterans who are unable to work.

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Housing

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 
www.homeloans.va.gov
(800) 729-5772 
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) may be able to assist veterans who are having difficulty paying their mortgages. The VA can assist veterans by working with loan servicers to review payment plans or make modifications to their loans that provide more time to make overdue payments. Veterans Affairs loan specialists can also assist in converting a conventional mortgage to a VA-guaranteed home loan. 

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) 
www.hud.gov
(800) 569-4287 
HUD-approved housing counseling agencies are available to provide information and assistance on avoiding foreclosure. 

MAKING HOME AFFORDABLE 
www.makinghomeaffordable.gov/get-answers/Pages/get-answers-how-military-resources.aspx
(888) 995-4673 
Making Home Affordable is a group that works to prevent foreclosure on struggling veterans. Military homeowners who are displaced by a job-related move may qualify for resources to prevent the loss of their home. 
 
OHIO HEROES PROGRAM 
www.ohiohome.org/homebuyer/heroes.aspx
(888) 362-6432 
The Ohio Heroes program is administered by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA). Ohio Heroes provides veterans, active military and reserves with all the benefits of OHFA’s first-time homebuyer program at a lower interest rate.

SAVE THE DREAM OHIO 
www.savethedream.ohio.gov
(888) 404-4674 
The Save the Dream program helps Ohio veterans struggling to make timely house payments. The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) administers federal funds that help veterans and their families avoid foreclosure when dealing with a loss of income. This includes rescue payment assistance, assistance in modifying loans and other transitional assistance.

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Legal Services


BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU MILITARY LINE 
www.bbbmarketplacetrust.org/category/291048/military-and-veterans
The Better Business Bureau offers financial readiness classes near military facilities to help service members identify consumer threats and to file complaints, if necessary. 

MILITARY SENTINEL 
www.military.ncpw.gov/file-complaint
(877) 382-4357 
Military Sentinel is a centralized online collection of consumer fraud and identity theft complaints. The Military Sentinel is a joint initiative of the Department of Defense and the Federal Trade Commission. Military personnel may file a complaint or receive more information by visiting the online database. 

NATIONAL VETERANS LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAM 
www.nvlsp.org
(202) 265-8305 
The National Veterans Legal Services Program is a nonprofit organization that protects the benefits of our nation’s veterans and active duty military by providing legal services to veterans.

OHIO MILITARY/VETERAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT 
www.mvlap.org
(877) 759-6182
The Ohio Military/Veteran Legal Assistance Project (OMVLAP) is a network of volunteer lawyers who provide free legal assistance to low-income veterans. 

THE PATRIOT PROGRAM 
www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/individuals-and-families/military-and-veterans
(800) 282-0515 
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office (AG) offers services to address the specific needs of veterans, full-time military service members and mobilized Guard and Reserve personnel. Through the program, assistant attorneys generals volunteer to provide certain legal services to military personnel and their families at no cost.

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Phone Numbers



VETERANS AFFAIRS PHONE NUMBERS
 Benefits (800) 827-1000 
 Education  (888) 442-4551
 Health Benefits (877) 222-8387
 Homeless Hotline (877) 424-3838
 Life Insurance (800) 419-1473
 Tele-nurse available 24hrs/day                    (888) 838-6446
 Veterans Crisis Hotline  (800) 273-8255
 Womens Veteran Hotline (855) 829-6636

ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 
 American Red Cross (877) 272-7337 
 National Coalition for Homeless Veterans  
 (800) 838-4357 
 United Way Resource Directory 
 (2-1-1) 
 Wounded Warrior Project 
 (904) 296-7350

GOVERNMENT NUMBERS 
 National Archives 
 (866) 272-6272 
 Ohio Department of Veteran Services         
 (614) 644-0898 
 Ohio Cares 
 (800) 761-0868 
 Ohio Means Jobs 
 (888) 296-7541 
 Ohio Jobs and Family Services 
 (888) 296-7541 
 Social Security Administration
 (800) 772-1213

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
 Representative Steve Chabot (OH - 01) 
 (513) 684-2723 
 Representative Brad Wenstrup (OH - 02)   
 (513) 474-7777 
 Representative Joyce Beatty (OH - 03) 
 (614) 220-0003 
 Representative Jim Jordan (OH - 04) 
 (419) 999-6455 
 Representative Bob Latta (OH - 05) 
 (800) 541-6446 
 Representative Bill Johnson (OH - 06) 
 (855) 376-0868 
 Representative Bob Gibbs (OH - 07) 
 (419) 207-0650 
 Representative John Boehner (OH - 08) 
 (800) 582-1001 
 Representative Marcy Kaptur (OH - 09) 
 (800) 964-4699 
 Representative Michael Turner (OH - 10) 
 (937) 225-2843 
 Representative Marcia Fudge (OH - 11) 
 (330) 835-4758 
 Representative Patrick Tiberi (OH - 12) 
 (855) 728-6412 
 Representative Tim Ryan (OH - 13) 
 (330) 373-0074 
 Representative Dave Joyce (OH - 14) 
 (800) 447-0529 
 Representative Steve Stivers (OH - 15) 
 (614) 771-4968 
 Representative Jim Renacci (OH - 16) 
 (855) 334-0040

U.S. SENATE 
 Senator Sherrod Brown (OH)                      
 (888) 896-6446 
 Senator Rob Portman (OH) 
 (800) 205-6446 

OHIO ELECTED OFFICIALS 
 Governor John Kasich 
 (614) 466-3555 
 Attorney General Mike DeWine                   
 (800) 282-0515 
 Secretary of State John Husted 
 (877) 767-6446 
 Treasurer Josh Mandel 
 (800) 228-1102 
 Auditor Dave Yost 
 (800) 282-0370 

OHIO LEGISLATIVE BRANCH NUMBERS 
 Ohio House of Representatives                    
 (800) 282-0253 
 Ohio Senate
 (800) 282-0253

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County Veteran Service Offices

Adams County
215 North Cross Street
Room 108
West Union, Ohio 45693
(937) 544-5005 

Allen County 
301 North Main Street 
Room 113 
Lima, Ohio 45801 
(419) 223-8522 

 

 

Ashland County 
110 Cottage Street 
Ashland, Ohio 44805 
(419) 282-4225 x 4200 

 

 

Ashtabula County 
1212 Lake Avenue 
Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 
(440) 964-8324 

 

 

Athens County 
70 North Plains Road 
Suite A 
The Plains, Ohio 45780 
(740) 592-3216 

 

 

Auglaize County 
209 South Blackhoof Street 
Room 202 
Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895 
(419) 739-6750 

 

 

Belmont County 
3326 Belmont Street 
Bellaire, Ohio 43906 
(740) 325-1042 

 

 

Brown County 
303 East Cherry Street 
Suite 104 
Georgetown, Ohio 45121 
(937) 378-3155 

 

 

Butler County 
315 High Street 
1st Floor 
Hamilton, Ohio 45011 
(513) 887-3600 

 

 

Carroll County 
160 Second Street SW 
P.O. Box 303 
Carrollton, Ohio 44615 
(330) 627-2590 

 

 

Champaign County 
955 North Main Street 
Urbana, Ohio 43078 
(937) 653-4554 

 

 

Clark County 
120 South Center Street 
3rd Floor 
Springfield, Ohio 45502 
(937) 521-2030 

 

 

Clermont County 
76 South Riverside Drive 
Heritage Building, 3rd Floor 
Batavia, Ohio 45103 
(513) 732-7363 

 

 

Clinton County 
43 South Walnut Street 
Box 2 
Wilmington, Ohio 45177 
(937) 382-3233 

 

 

Columbiana County 
7989 Dickey Drive 
Suite 1 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432 
(330) 424-7214 

 

 

Coshocton County 
Courthouse 
318 Main Street 
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 
(740) 622-2313 

 

 

Crawford County 
112 East Mansfield Street 
LL Suite 95 
Bucyrus, Ohio 44820 
(419) 562-7761 

 

 

Cuyahoga County 
1849 Prospect Avenue 
Suite 150 
Cleveland, Ohio 44115 
(216) 698-2600 

 

 

Darke County 
611 Wagner Avenue 
Greenville, Ohio 45331 
(937) 548-5305 

 

 

Defiance County 
1300 East Second Street 
Suite 102 
Defiance, Ohio 43512 
(419) 782-6861 

 

 

Delaware County 
149 North Sandusky Street 
Delaware, Ohio 43015 
(740) 833-2010 

 

 

Erie County 
247 Columbus Avenue 
Sandusky, Ohio 44870 
(419) 627-7650 

 

 

Fairfield County 
277 East Main Street 
Lancaster, Ohio 43130 
(740) 652-7920 

 

 

Fayette County 
133 South Main Street 
Suite L11 
Washington C.H., Ohio 43160 
(740) 335-1610 

 

 

Franklin County
250 West Broad Street 
Columbus, Ohio 43215 
(614) 525-2500 

 

 

Fulton County 
604 South Shoop Avenue 
Suite 270  
Wauseon, Ohio 43567 
(419) 337-9266 

 

 

Gallia County 
323 Upper River Road 
Suite B 
Gallipolis, Ohio 45631 
(740) 446-2005 

 

 

Geauga County 
470 Center Street 
Building 8-A 
Chardon, Ohio 44024 
(440) 279-1860 

 

 

Greene County 
571 Ledbetter Road 
Xenia, Ohio 45385 
(937) 562-6020 

 

 

Guernsey County 
627 Wheeling Avenue 
Suite 102 
Cambridge, Ohio 43725 
(740) 432-9295 

 

 

Hamilton County 
230 East Ninth Street 
1st Floor, Room 1100 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 
(513) 946-3300 

 

 

Hancock County 
1100 East Main Cross Street 
Suite 201 
Findlay, Ohio 45840 
(419) 424-7036 

 

 

Hardin County 
1 Court House Square 
Suite 120 
Kenton, Ohio 43326 
(419) 674-2219 

 

 

Harrison County 
Courthouse 
100 West Market Street 
Cadiz, Ohio 43907 
(740) 942-8441 

 

 

Henry County 
1855 Oakwood Avenue 
Napoleon, Ohio 43545 
(419) 592-0956 

 

 

Highland County 
1575 North High Street 
Suite 400 
Hillsboro, Ohio 45133 
(937) 393-8686 

 

 

Hocking County 
93 West Hunter Street 
Logan, Ohio 43138 
(740) 385-7507 

 

 

Holmes County 
10 South Clay Street, Suite 104 
Millersburg, Ohio 44654 
(330) 674-4806 

 

 

Huron County 
130 Shady Lane Drive 
Norwalk, Ohio 44857 
(419) 668-4150 

 

 

Jackson County 
157 Broadway Street 
Jackson, Ohio 45640 
(740) 286-3004 

 

 

Jefferson County 
423 North Street 
Steubenville, Ohio 43952 
(740) 283-8571 

 

 

Knox County 
411 Pittsburgh Avenue 
Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050 
(740) 393-6742 

 

 

Lake County 
105 Main Street 
Box 490 
Painesville, Ohio 44077 
(800) 899-5253 

 

 

Lawrence County 
Courthouse 
111 South Fourth Street 
Ironton, Ohio 45638 
(740) 533-4327 

 

 

Licking County 
935 Buckeye Avenue 
Newark, Ohio 43055 
(740) 670-5430 

 

 

Logan County 
121 South Opera Street 
Memorial Hall 
Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311 
(937) 599-4221 

 

 

Lorain County 
42495 North Ridge Road 
Elyria, Ohio 44035 
(440) 284-4624 or 4625 

 

 

Lucas County 
1301 Monroe Street 
Suite 180 
Toledo, Ohio 43604 
(419) 213-6090 

 

 

Madison County 
1 North Main Street 
Room 011 
London, Ohio 43140 
(740) 852-0676 

 

 

Mahoning County 
345 Oakhill Avenue 
Suite 100 
Youngstown, Ohio 44502 
(330) 740-2451 

 

 

Marion County 
220 East Fairground Street 
Suite 101 
Marion, Ohio 43302 
(740) 387-0100 

 

 

Medina County 
210 Northland Drive 
Medina, Ohio 44256 
(330) 722-9368 

 

 

Meigs County 
117 East Memorial Drive 
Suite 3 
Pomeroy, Ohio 45769 
(740) 992-2820 

 

 

Mercer County 
220 West Livingston 
B270 
Celina, Ohio 45822 
(419) 586-3542 

 

 

Miami County 
510 West Water Street 
Suite 140 
Troy, Ohio 45373 
(937) 440-8126 

 

 

Monroe County 
118 Home Avenue 
Box 542 
Woodsfield, Ohio 43793 
(740) 472-0743 

 

 

Montgomery County 
627 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard 
4th Floor, East Medical Plaza 
Dayton, Ohio 45417 
(937) 225-4801 

 

 

Morgan County 
55 South Kennebec Avenue 
McConnelsville, Ohio 43756 
(740) 962-4181 

 

 

Morrow County 
143 South Main Street 
Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338 
(419) 946-1914 

 

 

Muskingum County 
225 Underwood Street 
Suite 500 
Zanesville, Ohio 43701 
(740) 455-7149 

 

 

Noble County 
190 Court House 
Room 1A 
Caldwell, Ohio 43724 
(740) 732-5567 

 

 

Ottawa County 
8444 West State Route 163 
Suite 102 
Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449 
(800) 610-8872 

 

 

Paulding County 
810 East Perry Street 
P.O. Box 215 
Paulding, Ohio 45879 
(419) 399-8285 

 

 

Perry County 
121 West Brown Street 
P.O. Box 66 
New Lexington, Ohio 43764 
(740) 342-2536 

 

 

Pickaway County 
141 West Main Street 
Suite 300 
Circleville, Ohio 43113 
(888) 330-3522 or 
(740) 474-3650 

 

 

Pike County 
120 South Market Street 
Waverly, Ohio 45690 
(740) 947-2766 

 

 

Portage County 
449 South Meridian Street 
Ravenna, Ohio 44266 
(330) 297-3545 

 

 

Preble County 
108 North Barron Street 
Eaton, Ohio 45320 
(937) 456-6111 

 

 

Putnam County 
245 East Main Street 
Suite 105 
Ottawa, Ohio 45875 
(419) 523-4478 

 

 

Richland County 
597 Park Avenue East 
Mansfield, Ohio 44905 
(419) 774-5822 

 

 

Ross County 
475 Western Avenue 
Suite #C 
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601 
(740) 772-1600 

 

 

Sandusky County 
2511 Countryside Drive 
Suite B 
Fremont, Ohio 43420 
(419) 334-4421 

 

 

Scioto County 
612 6th Street 
Suite A 
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662 
(740) 353-1477 

 

 

Seneca County 
920 East County Road 20 
Tiffin, Ohio 44883 
(800) 820-0189 

 

 

Shelby County 
133 South Ohio Avenue 
Sidney, Ohio 45365 
(937) 498-7282 

 

 

Stark County 
110 Central Plaza South 
Suite 424 
Canton, Ohio 44702 
(330) 451-7457 

 

 

Summit County 
1060 East Waterloo Road 
Akron, Ohio 44306 
(330) 643-2830 

 

 

Trumbull County 
280 North Park Avenue 
Suite 201 
Warren, Ohio 44481 
(330) 675-2585 

 

 

Tuscarawas County 
393 16th Street SW 
P.O. Box 807 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 
(330) 339-1163 

 

 

Union County 
238 West 6th Street 
Marysville, Ohio 43040 
(800) 686-2308 

 

 

Van Wert County 
121 East Main Street 
Room 101 
Van Wert, Ohio 45891 
(419) 238-9592 

 

 

Vinton County 
Courthouse 
P.O. Box 63 
McArthur, Ohio 45651 
(740) 596-4571 x 224 

 

 

Warren County 
320 East Silver Street 
Lebanon, Ohio 45036 
(513) 695-2717 

 

 

Washington County 
706 Pike Street 
Suite 1 
Marietta, Ohio 45750 
(740) 568-9009 

 

 

Wayne County 
356 West North Street 
Lower Level 
Wooster, Ohio 44691 
(800) 335-6638 

 

 

Williams County 
Bryan, Ohio 43506 
(419) 636-8812 

 

 

Wood County 
1616 East Wooster Street 
Unit 22 
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 
(419) 354-9147 

 

 

Wyandot County 
129 South Sandusky Avenue 
Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 
(419) 294-2045

 

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