About the Department

The Delaware County Department of Job and Family Services, with more than 70 team members, provides a holistic approach to assist families and individuals.

Our customers face many challenges related to monthly living expenses, healthcare, raising a family, enhancing job skills, and seeking and retaining employment. The department relies on financial resources from federal, state and local government to serve people in need in our community.

We are also grateful to the many partners who help us serve children, adults, the elderly, job seekers, and employers. Together, we help improve the quality of life for everyone in Delaware County.

 


Administrative Division

 

Bob Anderson - Director

Bob oversees the daily operation of a triple-combined human service agency including; Public Assistance (Ohio Works First Cash Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and Medicaid), Workforce Development (Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act (WIOA) services), and Children Services (Protection from abuse and neglect for children and seniors). Additionally, the director oversees fiscal operations, contracting, contract monitoring, and budgeting.

Sandy Honigford, MSW, LSW - Assistant Director

Sandy is responsible for the supervision of the Children’s Services Supervisors. She oversees children protective services, licensed foster and adoption homes, publicly funded daycare, and adult protective services.

Jill Cook - IM/Workforce Administrator

Jill is responsible for the oversight of Job and Family Services programs including: Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program (SNAP), Ohio Works First, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, and Fraud Detection and Overpayment Recovery.