Many states have undertaken reforms of varying kinds that are affecting different portions of their welfare caseloads. This report examines 5 states' early experiences implementing welfare reforms under waivers of Fed. law: Florida, Indiana, New Jersey, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Focuses on 3 key reform provisions: time-limited benefits, work requirements, and family caps, which deny cash benefits for additional children born to families already receiving AFDC. In FY A95, this program provided $22 billion in cash benefits to 14 million adults and children.States Work to Change Welfare Culture, Community Involvement, and Service Delivery DIANE Publishing Company ... Alachua County maintained existing eligibility determination and jobs staff roles and added new case manager positions.
|Title||:||Welfare Waivers Implementation|
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-10-01|