How To Use the Jefferson County Real Choices Website
There are many different ways to find things on this web site.
We have tried to make it as easy as possible for everyone to search in whatever
way is most comfortable for them.
To find something on this site, you can
- Click on one of the boxes on the left and
then look at the links on that page. For example, click on Jefferson County
Resources to find local government offices, generic community resources, or
other things that are located within the county. You can also click on the
underlined words at the top of each page to find the calendar, site map, or
- Type a word or phrase into the search box
at the top of any page, next to the word Google, then click on the Google
Search box. For example, to find resources related to autism, type the word
"autism" in the search box and then click on Google Search. (NOTE: If you want
to search the whole Internet instead of just this site, type the word or phrase
in the Google box, then click WWW underneath it, then click Google
- Click on the words SITE MAP at the top of
any page and find the category you want; click on that; then look at the links
that come up.
- Use the Decision
Tree to find a question or issue you want to know about, then
click on one of the links under that category.
To get back to the first page of our site, click on the word
HOME at the top of any page. To go back to the last page you
were on, click the Back button on the menu above our web page.