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August 17, 2020

What if Ohio had only 100 women?

By: Dani Carlson, Director of Communications and Digital Strategy Taneisha Fair, Research Assistant/Contract Manager What if there were only 100 women in Ohio? What would those women look like – where would they live? By looking at data from the U.S. Census Bureau, we were able to extrapolate the characteristics of Ohio’s 5,957,347 women and girls, as...

July 20, 2020

Multi-system youth funding offers lifeline to Ohio families 

By: Tara Britton, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy | Edward D. and Dorothy E. Lynde Fellow Gayle Channing-Tenenbaum, Consultant The state’s current operating budget, approved in July 2019, included dedicated funding of $18 million, across two years, to address the needs of multi-system youth (MSY). MSY are children and teenagers with complex developmental and behavioral...

April 30, 2020

Medicaid and COVID-19

Download a PDF of the one-sheet here! There are some changes to Medicaid in light of COVID-19 and Community Solutions has put together a fact sheet taking a look at some of those changes. If you already receive Medicaid Renewals, redeterminations and eligibility hearings have been suspended There is reduced paperwork for coverage, and the...

April 12, 2020

Survey: How has COVID-19 affected you and the people you serve?

Click Here to Take the Survey The Center for Community Solutions wants to know how the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor DeWine’s stay-at-home order is impacting you, your organization, your clients and your community. Please take a few moments to complete this survey. Building on Community Solutions’ expertise assessing community needs, the data we collect will...

March 31, 2020

Medicaid and COVID19: How to use Home & Community-Based Services waivers

Background Many of the 1.8 million older adults who live in Ohio will require long-term care as they age. The Administration of Community Living estimates 70 percent of those older than age 65 will require some type of long-term care as they age, and about 20 percent will need care for five years or more....