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TANF-ACF-PA-2009-01 (The Emergency Fund for TANF Programs)

Published: April 3, 2009
Audience:
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Topics:
Data Collection and Reporting
Types:
Policy Announcements (PA)
Tags:
TANF Emergency Fund

Attachment A

 

FY 2008 State Family Assistance Grants and Maximum Emergency Fund Eligibility as of 10/1/20081
 
State  SFAG Allocation   Tribal Allotments  Applicable SFAG Allocation 50 Percent of FY 2009 SFAG
Alabama
93,315,207
-  
93,315,207
46,657,604
Alaska
63,609,072
17,188,259
46,420,813
23,210,407
Arizona
222,419,988
22,187,291
200,232,697
100,116,349
Arkansas
56,732,858
-  
56,732,858
28,366,429
California
3,733,817,784
73,942,742
3,659,875,042
1,829,937,521
Colorado
136,056,690
-  
136,056,690
68,028,345
Connecticut
266,788,107
-  
266,788,107
133,394,054
Delaware
32,290,981
-  
32,290,981
16,145,491
District Of Columbia
92,609,815
-  
92,609,815
46,304,908
Florida
562,340,120
-  
562,340,120
281,170,060
Georgia
330,741,739
-  
330,741,739
165,370,870
Guam
3,465,478
-
3,465,478
1,732,739
Hawaii
98,904,788
-  
98,904,788
49,452,394
Idaho
31,938,052
1,525,490
30,412,562
15,206,281
Illinois
585,056,960
-  
585,056,960
292,528,480
Indiana
206,799,109
-  
206,799,109
103,399,555
Iowa
131,524,959
531,007
130,993,952
65,496,976
Kansas
101,931,061
-  
101,931,061
50,965,531
Kentucky
181,287,669
-  
181,287,669
90,643,835
Louisiana
163,971,985
-  
163,971,985
81,985,993
Maine
78,120,889
-  
78,120,889
39,060,445
Maryland
229,098,032
-  
229,098,032
114,549,016
Massachusetts
459,371,116
-  
459,371,116
229,685,558
Michigan
775,352,858
-  
775,352,858
387,676,429
Minnesota
267,984,886
4,550,816
263,434,070
131,717,035
Mississippi
86,767,578
-  
86,767,578
43,383,789
Missouri
217,051,740
-  
217,051,740
108,525,870
Montana
45,534,006
7,494,890
38,039,116
19,019,558
Nebraska
58,028,579
514,978
57,513,601
28,756,801
Nevada
43,976,750
69,233
43,907,517
21,953,759
New Hampshire
38,521,261
-  
38,521,261
19,260,631
New Jersey
404,034,823
-  
404,034,823
202,017,412
New Mexico
126,103,156
15,525,056
110,578,100
55,289,050
New York
2,442,930,602
-  
2,442,930,602
1,221,465,301
North Carolina
302,239,599
-  
302,239,599
151,119,800
North Dakota
26,399,809
-  
26,399,809
13,199,905
Ohio
727,968,260
-  
727,968,260
363,984,130
Oklahoma
148,013,558
2,732,116
145,281,442
72,640,721
Oregon
167,924,513
1,125,884
166,798,629
83,399,315
Pennsylvania
719,499,305
-  
719,499,305
359,749,653
Puerto Rico
71,562,501
-  
71,562,501
35,781,251
Rhode Island
95,021,587
-  
95,021,587
47,510,794
South Carolina
99,967,824
-  
99,967,824
49,983,912
South Dakota
21,893,519
613,868
21,279,651
10,639,826
Tennessee
191,523,797
-  
191,523,797
95,761,899
Texas
486,256,752
-  
486,256,752
243,128,376
Utah
76,829,219
  
1,219,744
75,609,475
37,804,738
Vermont
47,353,181
-  
47,353,181
23,676,591
Virgin Islands
2,846,564
-
2,846,564
1,423,282
Virginia
158,285,172
-  
158,285,172
79,142,586
Washington
404,331,754
23,377,256
380,954,498
190,477,249
West Virginia
110,176,310
-  
110,176,310
55,088,155
Wisconsin
318,188,410
3,689,056
314,499,354
157,249,677
Wyoming
21,781,446
3,280,916
18,500,530
9,250,265
1SFAG allocations and Tribal allotments (and therefore the maximum Emergency Fund eligibility) may change during the fiscal year if there are changes in funding to Tribal TANF programs in a State.

 

 

FY 2009 Tribal Allotment and Maximum Emergency Fund Eligibility
 
Tribe State  Tribal
Allotment 
50 Percent of
FY 2009 Allotment
Association of Village Council Presidents, Inc
Alaska
5,420,841
2,710,421
Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa
Wisconsin
291,848
145,924
Blackfeet Nation
Montana
3,089,816
1,544,908
Bristol Bay Native Association
Alaska
1,216,441
608,221
Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indians of Alaska1
Alaska
2,367,150
1,183,575
Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation
Montana
1,258,657
629,329
Coeur d' Alene Tribe
Idaho
161,719
80,860
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes1
Montana
2,139,915
1,069,958
Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians1
Oregon
661,625
330,813
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Washington
 
3,396,965
1,698,483
Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc.1
Alaska
5,428,077
2,714,039
Eastern Shoshone Tribe - Wind River Reservation1
Wyoming
1,640,458
820,229
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
California
1,570,412
785,206
Forest County Potawatomi Community
Wisconsin
115,793
57,897
Fort Belknap Community Council1
Montana
1,006,502
503,251
Hoopa Valley Tribe
California
1,212,239
606,120
Hopi Tribe
Arizona
628,740
 
314,370
Klamath Tribe
Oregon
464,259
 
232,130
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
Wisconsin
 
610,124
305,062
Lower Elwha S'Klallam Tribe
Washington
 
501,343
 
250,672
Lummi Nation
Washington
1,514,421
757,211
Menominee Indian Tribe of  Wisconsin
Wisconsin
 
1,267,930
633,965
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe1
Minnesota
4,550,816
2,275,408
Morongo Band of Mission Indians
California
 
1,473,624
 
736,812
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Oklahoma
2,312,788
1,156,394
Navajo Nation
Arizona (New Mexico, Utah)
 
31,174,026
15,587,013
Nez Perce Tribe
Idaho
 
504,990
 
252,495
Nooksack Indian Tribe
Washington
913,828
456,914
North Fork Rancheria
California
 
1,273,327
636,664
Northern Arapaho Tribe - Wind River Reservation
Wyoming
1,640,458
820,229
Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin
Wisconsin
 
835,924
417,962
Osage Tribe of Oklahoma
Oklahoma
 
419,328
 
209,664
Owens Valley Career Development Center
California
14,375,863
7,187,932
Pasqua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona
Arizona
 
1,729,965
864,983
Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe1
Washington
516,580
258,290
Pueblo of Zuni1
New Mexico
 
801,389
400,695
Quileute Tribe
Washington
 
608,686
304,343
Quinault Indian Nation
Washington
1,695,135
847,568
Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewas
Wisconsin
347,120
 
173,560
Robinson Rancheria (California Tribal TANF Partnership)
California
 
6,296,016
3,148,008
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Arizona
 
710,340
355,170
San Carlos Apache Tribe
Arizona
1,972,962
 
986,481
Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians
California
1,935,052
967,526
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Ft. Hall Reservation1
Idaho
 
858,781
429,391
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation1
South Dakota
 
613,868
306,934
Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
California
1,429,333
714,667
Sokaogon Chippewa Community - Mole Lake Band
Wisconsin
77,195
38,598
South Puget Inter-tribal Planning Agency
Washington
 
4,743,962
 
2,371,981
Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association, Inc.
California
 
7,224,967
 
3,612,484
Spokane Tribe of Indians1
Washington
 
8,403,229
4,201,615
Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians
Wisconsin
143,122
 
71,561
Tanana Chiefs' Conference, Inc.1
Alaska
2,443,973
1,221,987
Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians
(Torres Martinez Tribal TANF Program)
California
 
20,058,817
10,029,409
Tulalip Tribes1
Washington
 
967,330
483,665
Upper Skagit Indian Tribe
Washington
 
115,777
 
57,889
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California
California (Nevada)
14,034,049
7,017,025
White Mountain Apache Tribe
Arizona
 
1,914,669
957,335
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska1
Nebraska (Iowa)
1,045,985
522,993
Yurok Tribe
California
1,273,264
636,632
1We will distribute Emergency Fund grants to Tribal TANF agencies operating within the P.L. 102-477 demonstration project through the Department of Interior.  All eligible Tribal TANF agencies must follow the reporting and accountability requirements governing the Emergency Fund; we will not waive those requirements because of a Tribe’s participation in the P.L. 102-477 demonstration project.  This includes quarterly, as opposed to annual, data reporting.