Ohio Consumer Resources
Buckeye state residents – if you are looking for state resources, you’ve come to the right page. We have compiled a comprehensive list of informative links for Ohio residents to use for any search pertaining to the state. Whether you’re looking for help on state agencies, legal resources, educational, financial, health care, or employment, these sources will help you find your answers.
Below is a summary of what each link has to offer, as well as any necessary contact information.
Public Utilities Commission – This commission regulates public utilities providers to ensure they are affordable to consumers and operating in Ohio law. You can research different public utilities to acquire specific information. Read about different ways to save money each month. You can also file a complaint through the homepage. The department can be contacted by phone at (800) 686-7826.
Ohio Consumer Counsel – This counsel educates consumer about electric, natural gas, telephone and water issues and is a consumer advocate for residential utility problems and court proceedings. You can get more information on what they do and how they are making a difference through this website. The news ticker provides current articles of actions taken by the counsel. You can contact them at 1-877-742-5622.
Small Claims Court – Looking to sue in Ohio? If you are taking your case to small claims court, then these tips could be helpful. Learn about characteristics present in Ohio’s court system, like court cost limits, attorney requirements, and appeal processes. Discover provisions in Ohio’s law without ever having to leave our website.
Lemon Law – If you have purchased a lemon recently, these Ohio lemon laws can provide you with information you may need to pursue your case. Our article will outline the laws and requirements needed to classify cars as lemons in Ohio. You can also get tips on what steps need to be taken to get you out of your lemon and into a working vehicle. State department contact information is also provided.
Ohio Education – If you are looking for education tools, this website offers them. Adults can get insight about technical school opportunities available. Ohio history links provide knowledge for kids under the Homework Help links. Visit schools, districts, or learn more about Ohio colleges and universities through the site.
Ohio Educational Directory – This comprehensive list links to educational programs and departments in Ohio. You can conduct a general search or search for organizations by type. A variety of educational information is ready for viewing with a click of a mouse.
Department of Commerce – This department oversees Ohio financial institutions to ensure they are operating within law. Consumers can look up alerts and annual reports, as well as different acts and funds implemented by the government. You can file a complaint through the site as well.
Department of Health – Get information on health issues and programs through Ohio’s website. You can find local health departments and get information on health concerns or outbreaks and emergency preparedness. You can file a complaint against a health care facility on the site.
Ohio Medicaid – To find out more about Ohio’s public health care program, simply click on the link. You can find out programs offered and how to get coverage. Providers can also view billing and enrollment through the site. Consumers can call 1-800-324-8680 for additional help.
Department of Public Safety – Dedicated to protecting and serving the residents of Ohio, this department has several divisions consumers can visit to get more information on how to stay safe. You can read news on the homepage to find out recent developments in public safety. The Criminal Justice division offers links to protect families and children from a variety of threats.
Identity Theft – With identity theft being one of the most prevalent reported crimes in the United States, this information can prove extremely useful. Ohio’s Attorney General Website outlines identity theft occurrences and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you. Read about security breaching and what to abstain from on the Internet. Identity theft lesson plans are also used as teaching materials for consumers of all ages.
Ohio Working & Employment – Ohio’s workforce can find a slew of employment information on this site. Learn about employee rights and labor laws. You can look into job opportunities and conduct a general job search. Unemployed residents can research unemployment compensation and continuing education opportunities.
Ohio Hiring Management System – Looking for career opportunities in Ohio? Your search starts here. You can search for state government jobs and other employment. Apply online, and read about job application tips. Create a profile online to make your access to the database that much easier.
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