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Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)

The Minnesota Family Investment Program supports low-income families in their path to self-sufficiency through cash and food assistance, employment and training services, and related support services and transitional services.  Families under the program without public housing or assisted rental subsidies are provided with a monthly $110 MFIP Housing Assistance Grant. Minnesota approves applications based on …

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Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts TAFDC provides temporary cash assistance to families with minor children that have an income not exceeding 85% of the State Median Income and pregnant women with no assets or income. Those pregnant that are due in less than 4 months may apply for assistance. Massachusetts requires all work-eligible recipients to participate in the …

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Maryland Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)

The Maryland Temporary Cash Assistance is temporary cash assistance and work opportunity that aims to support low-income families with children. They require those who are qualified for cooperation with child support, participation in work activities, and compliance with substance abuse provisions Maryland requires work-eligible recipients to participate in work activities for 30 hours a week. …

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Hawaii TANF

Hawaii TANF provides cash aid and supportive services to eligible Hawaiian families for them to achieve self-sufficiency. The qualifications for TANF are the following: parents of a child under the age of 19, have a total gross income of 185% below the poverty level. During the duration of their pregnancy, pregnant women are also qualified …

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