WHAT THIS MAP DOES
- Provides Information: Shows program location, contact information, school districts served,county, days of operation, licensing status, ages served, funding source, snacks and meals, and activities offered. NOTE: This information is self-reported by programs. OAN maintains the map, but relies on programs to provide the data that populates it.
- Illustrates Gaps: Counties that have not reported data illustrate gaps in reporting and/or service.
- Demonstrates Opportunity: 431,000 of Ohio’s children do not participate in an Afterschool program. This map shows that there is an enormous opportunity to serve more children in our state.
To learn more about the analysis of the data included in this map, click HERE.
To submit your program’s data to be included on this map, click HERE .
THE STATE OF AFTERSCHOOL IN OHIO REPORT
As a companion to the data map, OAN is excited to release the State of Afterschool in Ohio Report. This one page report talks about the high need for Afterschool in Ohio, as well as highlights some statistics from the juvenile crime and violence, food insecurity and career readiness lenses. View the report HERE.
Other key findings that shaped the development of this report include:
- Afterschool in Ohio from the Afterschool Alliance, 2019
- Letter to Congress: Prioritize Resources to Prevent Juvenile Crime, 2019
- Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention, 2017
- OHIO Governor Briefing Book – draft
Ohio is investing in our youth because our Governor and our legislators believe that all youth in our state deserve to reach their full potential as they define it! With House Bill 166, passed in July 2019, Ohio invested $675 million to help districts and schools support their students’ academic achievement through mental health counseling, wraparound services, mentoring and Afterschool programs. Read more HERE.
However, the demand for Afterschool in Ohio still remains high. The Afterschool Alliance reports that for every youth in an Afterschool program there are two more who would participate if a program was available. In Ohio over 431,000 youth are home alone every day unsupervised. Read more HERE.
Special thanks to National Conference of State Legislatures and the C.S. Mott Foundation for the support of this project.
For SCHOOL STAFF
LEARN MORE ABOUT…
BUILDING WORKFORCE SKILLS Read more HERE
REDUCING DRUG USE Read more HERE
PREVENTING YOUTH CRIME AND VIOLENCE Read more HERE
HELPING WORKING FAMILIES Read more HERE
LEARN MORE ABOUT FINDING PROGRAMS…
Looking for an Afterschool or Summer Learning program in Ohio? Choose one of the links below to get connected:
- ODJFS LICENSED PROGRAMS – The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is responsible for licensing Afterschool or School Age Child Care (SACC) programs operated by child care centers, child day camps, and Types A and B homes. For more information on finding a ODJFS licensed School Age Child Care program, click here.
- ODE LICENSED PROGRAMS – The Ohio Department of Education is responsible for licensing school-age child care (5yrs- 14yrs) programs operated by public schools, educational service centers, community schools, boards of developmental disabilities, and chartered nonpublic schools with multiple grades above kindergarten. For more information on finding an ODE licensed Afterschool or School Aged Child Care (SACC) program, click here.
- 21st CCLC PROGRAMS IN OHIO – 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) are federally funded Afterschool programs that provide an opportunity for children who come from economically disadvantaged families and attend low-performing schools to receive academic supports. School districts, schools, community-based organizations, including faith-based organizations, institutions of higher education, city or county government agencies, for-profit corporations and other public or private entities may host a 21st CCLC Afterschool program. For more information on finding a 21st CCLC Afterschool program, click here.