Bowling Green OH Welfare Programs and Statistics

Want to learn more about helpful government programs that Bowling Green residents may qualify for? Search over 600 benefit programs available from various government agencies all in one location.

Most Popular Bowling Green, Ohio Benefits

Ohio Food Assistance Program
Ohio Head Start
Ohio Healthy Start
Ohio Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
Ohio Special Milk Program
Ohio Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Ohio Summer Food Service
Ohio Unemployment Compensation
Ohio Weatherization Assistance Program
Ohio Works First (OWF)

Bowling Green, Ohio Head Start Office Location

1 Head Start Office Location in Bowling Green, OH

Jordan Family Development Center 812 N College Dr Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 353-7407

Other Help & Aid Resources in Bowling Green, Ohio

Bowling Green, Ohio welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

55 Plus Senior Employment Program 2155 Arlington Ave, Toledo, OH (419) 382-0624
Advocacy & Protective Services 5660 Southwyck Blvd # 102, Toledo, OH (419) 861-0962
American Red Cross 150 Gorrell Ave, Bowling Green, OH (419) 352-4575
American Red Cross 1701 Holland Rd # A, Maumee, OH (419) 482-0639
American Red Cross 3100 W Central Ave # 200, Toledo, OH (419) 329-2900
American Red Cross 115 S Main St, Fostoria, OH (419) 435-5360
American Red Cross 125 Fair St, Findlay, OH (419) 422-9322
American Red Cross 3510 Executive Pkwy, Toledo, OH (419) 535-0707
American Stroke Association 1701 Woodlands Dr # 200, Maumee, OH (419) 841-7006
Arthritis Foundation 1207 Harvard Blvd, Toledo, OH (419) 389-1190
Assistance Dogs of America 8806 State Route 64, Swanton, OH (419) 825-3622
Beach House Family Shelter 915 N Erie St, Toledo, OH (419) 241-9277
Behavioral Connections of Wood 280 S Main St, Bowling Green, OH (419) 352-5387
BG Christian Food Pantry 541 W Wooster St, Bowling Green, OH (419) 353-5174
Big Brothers Big Sisters 1616 E Wooster St # 29, Bowling Green, OH (419) 354-2113
Big Brothers Big Sisters 1 Stranahan Square, Toledo, OH (419) 243-4600
Catholic Charities 1933 Spielbusch Ave, Toledo, OH (419) 244-6711
Cocoon Shelter PO Box 1165, Bowling Green, OH (419) 373-1730
Community Connection 140 W Indiana Ave, Perrysburg, OH (419) 874-0847
Community Living Options 1154 Larc Ln, Toledo, OH (419) 380-4000
Community Residential Services 151 N Michigan St # 217, Toledo, OH (419) 255-5200
Community Residential Services 4128 N Terrace View St # 2, Toledo, OH (419) 537-9123
Connecting Point 2465 Collingwood Blvd, Toledo, OH (419) 241-9324
Connecting Point 1212 Cherry St, Toledo, OH (419) 243-6326
County of Lucas Welfare Department: Lucas County of Job and Family Services 3210 Monroe St, Toledo, OH (419) 213-8999

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