There's so much you can do in Ohio. Check here for the most asked-for resources and information.
View more questions concerning top services as well as more answers to common questions.
- Can I see where the state gets its money and how it spends it?
- How can I learn what benefits I or my family may be eligible for?
- How can I search for sex offenders near me?
- How do I file for unemployment?
- How do I get an Ohio Driver License or state ID?
- How do I get my birth certificate?
- How do I search for unclaimed funds held in my name?
- Where can I find Ohio tax forms, instructions, and publications?
- Who qualifies for Medicaid?
Checkbook.ohio.gov is a searchable database of real-time state funding and spending.
Visit Ohio Benefits to explore, manage, or apply for healthcare, child care, food, and cash benefits in Ohio.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office provides an interactive database so that you can identify sex offenders in your community.
You can apply for unemployment benefits online or by phone, 24/7.
Learn about driver licenses and state IDs from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
You can order birth certificates and similar documents (e.g., death certificates, adoption records) from the Ohio Department of Health’s Bureau of Vital Statistics.
Learn about unclaimed funds from the Ohio Department of Commerce.
You can find current tax forms, instructions, and publications on the Ohio Department of Taxation website.
Check if you or your family may be eligible for Medicaid with a simple questionnaire from Ohio Benefits.
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