provides temporary financial assistance for needy families with children whose income must meet the eligibility thresholds.
Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP)
provides temporary cash assistance and work-readiness services to low-income families with children in Alaska.
provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.
is a time-limited welfare program to help needy families in Arkansas become more responsible for their own support.
is a California’s welfare program that provides temporary cash assistance to eligible needy families with children.
serves low-income families with children by providing income assistance and supportive services to help eligible families.
Connecticut Temporary Family Assistance (TFA)
provides monthly cash and employment assistance to eligible families throughout Connecticut to support basic needs such as food, shelter and clothing.
provides temporary financial assistance to help pay for food, shelter, utilities, and expenses other than medical while they seek employment.
District of Columbia TANF
provides temporary cash assistance to needy families with children with its emphasis on “self-sufficiency through work”
Florida Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)
is designed to provide temporary financial assistance to eligible families with children under age 18 as well as pregnant women.
is the primary cash assistance program for Georgia families with needy children who have very limited income and resources.
is a time-limited welfare program that provides cash assistance and supportive services to needy families with children.
Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI)
provides temporary monthly cash assistance and work preparation services for needy families with kids in Idaho.
is one of Illinois’ cash assistance programs that provides temporary financial assistance for pregnant women and families with children.
is a time-limited program that provides cash assistance and other supportive services to assist needy families with children under age 18.
Iowa Family Investment Program (FIP)
provides time-limited cash assistance to needy families as they work towards becoming self-sufficient.
Kansas Successful Families Program
is a time-limited monthly cash assistance program for poor Kansas families with children under age 18.
Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (KTAP)
provides short-term financial assistance to eligible low-income families to help pay for basic needs such as rent, utilities, and other household expenses.
Family Independence Temporary Assistance Program (FITAP)
is Louisiana’s version of TANF, provides cash assistance to families with children earning at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
is designed to provide temporary cash assistance to children and their parents while the family works toward becoming self-supporting.
Maryland Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)
is a time-limited program that assists needy families with children through a combination of cash assistance and work opportunities.
Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC)
is one of Massachusetts’ cash assistance programs for needy families with children and pregnant women with little or no assets or income.
Michigan Family Independence Program (FIP)
provides cash assistance, child care, food to low-income families with minor children as well as pregnant women.
Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)
is the state’s welfare program for helping low-income families with children reduce dependence on public assistance and move out of poverty through work.
is designed to help neediest families in Mississippi achieve self-sufficiency through employment and job-readiness activities.
Missouri Temporary Assistance (TA)
provides temporary cash benefits to low-income families with dependent children who have less than $1,000 in countable resources.
is a time-limited cash assistance program for needy families with children under the age of 18 as well as pregnant women.
Nebraska Aid to Dependent Children (ADC)
provides small cash assistance to low-income families with children up to 18 years of age and is limited to no more than 60 months.
serves low-income families with children by providing temporary assistance and supportive services to help participants become self-sufficient.
New Hampshire Financial Assistance to Needy Families (FANF)
provides temporary cash benefits to low-income families with dependent children in New Hampshire.
WorkFirst NJ (WFNJ)
is the cash assistance program for poor families with children in New Jersey that helps them get off of welfare and become self-sufficient.
New Mexico Works (NM Works)
is New Mexico’s version of TANF, is the essential part of the safety net for very low-income families in New Mexico.
New York Family Assistance
provides temporary cash assistance to very needy families with children under the age of 18 as well as pregnant women.
New York Safety Net Assistance
covers those who are not eligible for NY Family Assistance (FA) or have exceeded the 60-month time limit on FA.
North Carolina Work First Family Assistance
is North Carolina’s version of TANF that offers up to 24 months of cash assistance and employment services to very poor families.
North Dakota TANF
provides temporary cash assistance for its neediest residents along with work readiness, training and job placement services.
Ohio Works First (OWF)
is the financial assistance portion of Ohio’s TANF program. OWF is time limited — up to 36 months under Ohio law.
provides public assistance programs for eligible families with children under the age of 18, on a time-limited basis.
offers temporary cash assistance to Oregon’s neediest families with children up to age 18 as well as pregnant women.
provides very low-income Pennsylvanians with temporary financial assistance to help pay for food, shelter, utilities, and expenses other than medical.
Rhode Island Works
is Rhode Island’s cash assistance program for families with children up to age 18 as well as pregnant women.
South Carolina TANF
is a time-limited program that assists very low-income families with children who could not afford even basic necessities.
South Dakota TANF
is a temporary public assistance program for low-income families with children under age 18 that helps them “move from welfare to work”
Tennessee Families First
is Tennessee’s welfare program that provides temporary cash benefits to eligible low-income families with children.
serves only very poor families with children. An adult without children is not eligible to receive cash assistance.
Utah Family Employment Program
is a cash assistance program in Utah that provides up to 36 months of financial support to a family within a lifetime.
Vermont Reach Up
helps families with children by providing temporary cash assistance for basic necessities and other services that support work and self-sufficiency.
assists families near the poverty level to become self-sufficient through job training, education and work activities.
helps low-income people and families find jobs, keep their jobs, find better jobs, and become self-sufficient.
is West Virginia’s TANF Program that provides monthly cash assistance to eligible families. The goal is to assist poorest families become self-sufficient.
Wisconsin Works (W-2)
is one of Wisconsin’s time-limited work-based programs available to low-income parents and pregnant women who meet eligibility requirements.
is a time-limited cash assistance program designed to assist families near the poverty level to become self-sufficient.
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