Connecticut Temporary Family Assistance (TFA)

Temporary Family Assistance Program (TFA) assists in the basic needs of eligible Connecticut families through monthly cash aids and employment assistance. Only 21 months of cash aid are usually most families with children are eligible for. Qualified applicants should be participating in Jobs First Employment Services administered by the Department of Labor. In Jobs First, …

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Colorado Works (TANF) – Cash assistance in CO

Colorado Works, a TANF program for low-income families in need of income assistance and supportive services to achieve self-sufficiency. These are the benefits of the program: Child care, cash payments, transportation, counseling, job training, and other services. You can find more information on TANF benefits by state at the link provided. Benefits are available to …

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Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP)

The Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP) provides temporary cash assistance and work-readiness services to low-income families with children. Their goal is to move Alaskans from welfare in jobs to make them self-sufficient and be able to support their families. ATAP participants need to seek paid employment opportunities or participate in work-related activities. They should participate …

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California Tribal TANF – Aid for Native Americans

The Tribal TANF in California provides cash assistance to eligible children and families of American Indians and Alaska Natives. They also help Indian Tribes living in California with education, career development, training, employment, and temporary financial assistance for them to be self-sufficient. Sixteen Tribal TANF are serving counties across California including but not limited to …

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Arkansas TEA – Employment and cash assistance

Arkansas Transitional Employment Assistance (TEA), a limited welfare program created for families in need that are looking to become self-sufficient by providing employment and cash assistance. The program comes with training, education, and work activities to help parents become independent.  These are the benefits of TEA: Cash assistance, child care assistance, help with transportation, employment-related …

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