Erie County JFS could lose funding as child abuse cases rise

Erie County Job and Family Services officials could lose $600,000 from the state's Temporary Assistance f
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

Erie County Job and Family Services officials could lose $600,000  

from the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program if a  

proposed budget is approved by state legislators.

The agency's director, Judy Englehart, said her agency could see up  

to 15 jobs lost, many of them social workers for children, which  

would be devastating to the agency that's seen an uptick in child  

abuse cases.

Read more in Tuesday's Register.