• 2016 Wear Blue for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

    2016 Wear Blue for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Wayne County Children Services Staff wore blue on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 to show support for National Child Abuse Prevention Month!

  • "Back To School - Shop with a Cop"

    WCCSB would like to THANK Wayne County FOP & MC Sports for sponsoring & hosting a wonderful event for 50 children in Wayne County on August 7, 2016. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

  • Every week in Ohio, 3 babies die in unsafe sleep environments. These deaths don’t have to happen! Learn why it’s safest for baby to follow the ABCs of safe sleep – Alone. Back. Crib. Every baby, every sleep!

    Click to view Safe Sleep 101 video from the Ohio Dept. of Health



    Wayne County Children Services is currently accepting applications for a full-time Caseworker II position in our Ongoing Department.

    Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (preferred), or a related field;  LSW/LISW or eligibility for licensure by the State of Ohio preferred; Valid Ohio driver’s license and acceptable driving record as defined by Agency policy; Flexibility in daily routines; Keyboard/computer literate; Position is on-call approximately two weeks per year. While on-call, employee must reside within a one (1) hour response time to all points in Wayne County.

    Benefits include hourly rate of $16.85 to $20.22 depending on child welfare experience; paid sick leave, vacation, personal time and holidays; OPERS; cell phone stipend; mileage reimbursement; health, dental, prescription, optical and life insurance; on-call pay; flex hours. We are an equal opportunity employer.

    Please click here or see the Employment Link for Qualifications, Job Responsibilities and  more details about this job opportunity.     Deadline for applications: 01/24/2017 

  • Click here to view WATCh-Wayne County Anti-Human Trafficking Facebook Page or click on the calendar below to raise awareness everyday during the month of January!

Welcome to Wayne County Children Services

Wayne County Children Services, in partnership with the community, exists to protect abused and neglected children and to strengthen, preserve, and empower families. 


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Reports of Abuse and Neglect should never be reported via the Ask A Question feature of our website.

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