Infants & Children

Various groups and agencies in and around Wyandot County offer a variety of assistance for infants and children.
Boy Scouts of America

Address: 13732 County Highway 47, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (567) 232-1833


Services: Programs and services for boys in 1st grade through age 18.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)

Address: 137 S. Sandusky Ave, Rear, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419) 209-1442


Services: Provides Guardian Ad Litem services to abused, neglected, and dependent children on behalf of the Juvenile Courts.

Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA)

Address: 120 E. Johnson St, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419) 617-4230, option 5


Services: CSEA helps families by collecting child support, enforcing support and medical orders and modifying support orders, establishing paternity, child support, and medical orders.

Children with Medical Handicaps

Address: 127-A S. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: Local: 419-294-3852 State: 614-466-1700

State Website:

Local Website:

Services: Wyandot County Public Health’s Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH), (formerly known as Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps or BCMH), is a program administered by the Ohio Department of Health that links families of children with special health care needs to a network of quality providers helping families pay for the medical services a child needs.

Educational Service Center (ESC)

Phone: (419) 294-4901


Services: Monthly play-based screenings to test children ages 3-5 with suspected disability. Provides speech/language, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and vision and hearing services for qualifying children. Operated through the Department of Developmental Disabilities.

Girl Scouts of Ohio Heartland

Address: 1700 Watermark Rd, Columbus, OH 43215

Phone: 740-389-2528


Services: Activities for girls ages 5-17. Find a troop at:;type=TROOP

Hannah’s House Supervised Visitation & Exchange Home

Address: 445 N. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-209-0020


Services: Hannah's House provides a safe location for children to have contact with parents and other relatives they might not otherwise be able to maintain a relationship with due to custody litigation or other difficult family transitions. We also provide a neutral location where parents can pick up and drop off children without having to interact directly with each other. Our goal in providing these services is to eliminate as much of the emotional hardship that children frequently have to endure as a result of custody litigation as possible, while helping them maintain safe contact with their parents and other significant relatives.

Help Me Grow - Early Intervention

Address: 137 S. Sandusky Ave, Suite D, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-294-6408


Services: Early Intervention assists children 3 and under with developmental delays or disabilities by providing therapies such as speech, occupational, and physical.

Help Me Grow - Home Visiting

Address: 127-A S. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419)-294-3852


Services: Home Visiting is a voluntary, home-based program offered at no cost to your family.  Our home visitors are well-trained professionals who use a compassionate approach that offers information and support during pregnancy, and empowers you as the parent with skills, tools, and confidence to nurture the healthy growth of your child through the earliest years – a critical time of development.

La Leche League of Seneca County

Address: Tiffin, OH

Phone: (419) 619-6356



Services: Free breastfeeding education and assistance.

Parent Mentor for Special Education

Address: 444 S. Eight St., Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419) 294-4931


Services: An advocate for families and children with disabilities. Serves preschool through high school in Wyandot County.

The HUB! - Wyandot Community Connections

Address: 535 N. Hazel St, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-835-1005


Services: The activities that our youth engage in outside of school hours are critical to their overall development. At The HUB we strive to provide opportunities for youth that include programming that help them develop knowledge, skills, and character traits that are important for their career pathway development and overall success as adults. These programs encompass a broad range of focus areas including academic support, mentoring, positive youth development, arts, socialization, as well as recreation. We welcome any and all 4th-12th grade students in Wyandot County. Our hours are Monday-Friday, afterschool to 5:30pm. 

Voice of Hope

Address: 134 E. Wyandot Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419) 294-2273


Free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds: At Voice of Hope we offer free, confidential medical grade pregnancy testing.  Limited first trimester ultrasounds are offered by licensed medical professionals at our centers.

Family Education Center: Short on supplies for your baby?  Enroll in our Earn While You Learn Program to earn Baby Bucks to purchase the needed supplies. Need diapers? Wipes? Formula? We have everything you need stocked in our Boutique and Clothing Closet.  Find more information, about our classes.

Restoration Center: We will partner with moms and dads working to maintain or regain custody of their kids. Our free parenting classes are CPS approved and we will work with your case worker to build a personalized education plan.


Address: 127-A S. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419)-294-3341


Services: WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding education and support; supplemental, highly nutritious foods such as cereal, eggs, milk, whole grain foods, fruits and vegetables, and iron-fortified infant formula; and referral to prenatal and pediatric health care and other maternal and child health and human service programs.

Wyandot County Council for Birth Defects

Address: 127-A S. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-294-3852

Operating Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30pm


Services: Medication & Supplies, Adaptive Equipment, Gas Vouchers, Prenatal Care, Camp Registration, Home Modifications, and Lodging Assistance.

Wyandot County DD

Name: Wyandot County DD

Address: 11028 CH 44, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-294-4901

FAX: 419-294-2054




Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services: Wyandot County Developmental Disabilities (Wyandot County DD) is committed to advocating for the understanding and acceptance of individuals with developmental disabilities so they may be fully included members of their communities. Wyandot County DD provides a wide range of programming and services to assure individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages have access to quality supports providing them with opportunities to learn, earn, live, and connect.  Wyandot County DD services are voluntary and available at no cost to eligible individuals.

Wyandot County Job & Family Services

Address: 120 E Johnson St, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419)-617-4230

Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or by appointment


Services: Wyandot County Department of Job and Family Services administers public assistance programs including, SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps), Medicaid, Ohio Works First (Cash Assistance), Workforce Development/OhioMeansJobs Center, CCMEP, WIOA, Child and Adult Protective Services, Child Care Assistance, Child Support, Transportation Assistance, and Prevention, Retention, and Contingency Services.

Wyandot County’s OhioMeansJobs Center has public computers available for job searching. Resume assistance is available upon request.

Wyandot County Ohio Buckles Buckeyes Program

Address: 127-A S. Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: 419-294-3852


Services: Wyandot County Public Health provides child safety seats and booster seats to eligible low-income families for a minimal fee.

Wyandot County Public Health

Address: 127-A South Sandusky Ave, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351

Phone: (419) 294-3852



  • Nursing: Immunizations, Project Dawn naloxone distribution, school nursing services, communicable disease education and reporting, Council on Birth Defects, Children with Medical Handicaps program (CMH), head lice eradication, Ohio Buckles Buckeyes car seat program, tuberculosis skin-testing and follow-up, Help Me Grow Home Visiting program, tobacco prevention, free condoms.
  • Vital Statistics: Birth certificates for those born anywhere in the state of Ohio; Death certificates for those who died in Wyandot County.
  • Environmental Health: Licensing and permitting for private water systems (well), household sewage treatment systems (septic systems), public swimming pools, food establishments, campgrounds, and landfill. Investigations of nuisance and smoking complaints and animal bites. Monitoring of mosquito- and tick-borne illnesses.

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