Ohio rolls out its new $134 million simplified, Medicaid application process Oct. 1, hyped to determine eligibility in real-time, offering an immediate response to people applying online.
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Accessing Medicaid applications in Ohio
All Ohioans can apply for Medicaid at: www.Benefits.Ohio.gov, effective Oct. 1.
Montgomery County residents with questions, or who don’t have access to a computer, can call 855-358-0204 for information. A private room with 10 computers also has been set up at The Montgomery County Job Center, 1111 S Edwin C Moses Blvd. in Dayton, just for Medicaid applicants.
Butler County Department of Job & Family Services: 513-887-5600
Department of Job & Family Services of Clark County: 937-327-1700, Benefits Plus Division
Champaign Count Department of Job & Family Services: 937-484-1500
Greene County Department of Job & Family Services: 937-562-6000
Miami County Department of Job & Family Services: 937- 440-3471
Warren County Department of Job & Family Services: 513- 695-1420
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