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Helping Families Achieve Self-Sufficiency: A Guide on Funding Services for Children and Families Through the TANF Program
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This guide suggests some of the many flexible ways States may expend their Federal TANF and State MOE funds to further the purposes of the TANF program. These examples are by no means exhaustive. They merely serve to illustrate a few of the possibilities that state and local agencies, state legislators, communities, community-based organizations, and advocates may consider when designing an array of benefits, services, and supports that will accomplish one of the four purposes of the TANF program. We hope that the principles and illustrations in this guidance will promote the design of creative and innovative programs that effectively address the needs of low-income families. (ACF)
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1999
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