Ohio Revised Code Title LI. Public Welfare

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  • Chapter 5101. Job and Family Services Department--General Provisions
  • Chapter 5103. Placement of Children
  • Chapter 5104. Child Day Care
  • Chapter 5107. Ohio Works First Program
  • Chapter 5108. Prevention, Retention, and Contingency Program
  • Chapter 5109. Blind-Made Products
  • Chapter 5115. Disability Assistance Program
  • Chapter 5117. Energy Subsidy Programs
  • Chapter 5119. Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
  • Chapter 5120. Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
  • Chapter 5121. Welfare Institutions--Generally
  • Chapter 5122. Hospitalization of Mentally Ill
  • Chapter 5123. Department of Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 5124. Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (Icf/IID) Services
  • Chapter 5125. Mentally Retarded Offenders
  • Chapter 5126. County Boards of Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 5139. Youth Services
  • Chapter 5145. State Correctional Institutions
  • Chapter 5147. Convict Labor
  • Chapter 5149. Adult Parole Authority
  • Chapter 5153. County Children Services
  • Chapter 5155. County Homes
  • Chapter 5160. Medicaid Department--General Provisions
  • Chapter 5161. Children’s Health Insurance Programs
  • Chapter 5162. Administration of Medicaid and Medicaid Funds
  • Chapter 5163. Medicaid Eligibility
  • Chapter 5164. Medical Assistance Programs
  • Chapter 5165. Nursing Facility Services
  • Chapter 5166. Medicaid Waiver Components
  • Chapter 5167. Medicaid Managed Care
  • Chapter 5168. Hospital Care Assurance Program

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