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Scioto County pop. 79,499

Ohio’s communities thrive when people feel safe, have good jobs and can make ends meet. Unfortunately, a job doesn’t always mean a living. As incomes decline, more and more families are unable to afford the rising cost of the basics—like food, housing, child care and health care. When all Ohioans have access to the tools needed to meet their basic needs, we all benefit from a stronger economy and a more prosperous society. What to learn more? Click through the county resources below.

Household Median Income

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2003-2013 Median Household Income Estimates

More about Scioto County

Scioto County Human Service Profile (The Center for Community Solutions) PDF

Scioto County Conditions for Children and Families (PCSAO) PDF

Medicaid Expansion’s Impact on Scioto County (Advocates for Ohio’s Future) PDF

Family Budget Calculator in 2014 dollars (Economic Policy Institute)

  • Andrea Scioto

    After 6 years of addiction and an attempt at her life, Andrea is now a sober and healthy mother to her three children.

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  • Jarrett Scioto

    Jarrett used opiates heavily for 12 years and was even found brain dead. He is now a site su-pervisor of the Marsh House, a sober living house in Southern Ohio.

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  • Jodi Scioto

    After 19 years of cocaine and opiate addiction, losing her husband, and facing prison time, Jodi had enough. She is now a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and has regained custody of her children.

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  • Keith Scioto

    Keith had over 15 arrests and lost custody of his son while addicted to cocaine and opiates. He is now clean, happily married, and employed.

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  • Michael Scioto

    What started as recreational drug use led Michael into addiction and the sale of drugs to support his habit. Michael came to hate this repetitious cycle. He is now drug-free and a positive role model to his daughter.

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  • Mike Scioto

    In and out of jail, addicted to methampthetamines and alcohol, Mike wanted help. With help from The Counseling Center, Inc, Mike is sober, back in school, and a Counselor for the Men’s Outpatient Program.

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  • Missy Scioto

    Multiple drug-related arrests and DUIs had Missy looking at 26 years in prison. She had hit bot-tom and with the help of The Counseling Center, Inc., Missy is back on track.

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  • Beth Dunlap Scioto

    Patients are able to take care of their healthcare needs, vision, dental and manage their prescriptions because they are now receiving Medicaid benefits.

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