Ohio Retaining Employment and Talent After Injury/Illness Network (RETAIN)

The Ohio RETAIN program serves employed individuals who are injured or became ill while not at work. Operated in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy and the Social Security Administration, RETAIN establishes a network of health care providers, employers and industry associations, and public sector partners that help the injured workers remain employed or return to work as quickly as possible.  The goals of RETAIN are to reduce the negative impacts of long-term disability, unnecessary staff turn-over, and lost wages.



COVID-19 Update:  The safety of our customers, partners, and staff is our top priority.  Ohio RETAIN uses virtual and telephone-based care coordination and employment assistance to ensure safe communications.  The stay-at-work/return-to-work support we provide is even more critical as the economy recovers because we help employers find and retain workers.  During this challenging time, our mission remains the same: to help people who have experienced an injury or illness get better and remain in the workforce.