The purpose of this information memorandum (IM) is to strongly encourage all human service agencies including child welfare agencies, courts, offices of child support enforcement, offices of public assistance, offices of child care, Head Start programs and family and youth services programs to work together across governments to jointly create and maintain an environment that prioritizes father engagement as a critical factor in strengthening families and adopt approaches to enhance paternal involvement in all family support and child welfare related programs.
Annual Statistical Report On Children In Foster Homes and Children In Families
Receiving Payments In Excess of the Poverty Income Level From a State Program Funded
Under Part A of Title IV of the Social Security Act
The purpose of this program instruction is to provide State agencies with the TANF Data Report (TDR) form and related instructions and the SSP-MOE Data Report (SDR) form and related instructions that are effective for fiscal year 2009 and thereafter.
The Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood (HMRF) programs provide $150 million per year in discretionary grants, contracts, research and evaluation, and other activities to strengthen families, promote responsible parenting, and improve family economic stability. The programs were originally authorized in 2005, and continues its authorization under 42 U.S.C. §603(a)(2).
To request October 2020 caseload data for the number of foster children supported with public funds and the number of children in families receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) payments in excess of the poverty income level.To request October 2020 caseload data for the number of foster children supported with public funds and the number of children in families receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) payments in excess of the poverty income level.