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  • HPOG Promising Practice: Buffalo & Erie County Workforce Development Consortium, Inc.–Education, Training, & Support Services; Partnership (New)

    Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) Buffalo at Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium knows an investment in their clients is an investment in the future of upstate New York. HPOG Buffalo prepares participants for employment in healthcare jobs offering advancement opportunities through career pathways. They accomplish this through wrap-around support services provided by the program and a strong network of community partners. This collaboration allows for the delivery of results-oriented services to temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) recipients and low-income adults.
  • HPOG Promising Practice Action for a Better Community, Inc.–Recruitment; Education, Training, & Support Services

    The Rochester Health Professions Opportunity Grant (ROC-HPOG) program at Action for a Better Community Inc. is different from other HPOG programs. Located in Rochester, NY, the program is made up of partnering community organizations and educational institutes. This setup enables ROC-HPOG to host program information sessions and provide support services at multiple healthcare trainings locations throughout Monroe County. The program was designed this way so community agencies could recruit program participants, guide recruits to the appropriate training partner, and, eventually, employment.
  • Tribal TANF Caseload Data - Fiscal Year 2017

    Tribal TANF Caseload Data for Fiscal Year 2017
  • Tribal TANF Caseload Data - Fiscal Year 2018

    Tribal TANF Caseload Data for Fiscal Year 2018
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Cankdeska Cikana Community College–Education, Training, & Support Services; Partnership

    In early 2019, the Cankdeska Cikana Community College Next Steps program partnered with the Spirit Lake Employment and Training Center (ETC) to create a dual training program. The dual program provides youth interested in healthcare the opportunity for additional skill development and employment potential while enhancing the reservation’s quality of healthcare services for its elder population. The collaboration offers participants of Next Steps’ existing certified nursing assistant (CNA) training and Spirit Lake’s individual qualified service provider (QSP) program to complete either or both certifications at the same time.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Edmonds College–Education, Training, & Support Services

    Whatcom Community College (WCC) added the Innovations in Creating Access to Careers in Healthcare Grant (I-CATCH) program to their campus in October 2018. The I-CATCH program is open to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and low-income individuals looking for a new career in healthcare. WCC’s addition of I-CATCH opened training and support services to more people in Washington state. It also brought a new approach to I-CATCH participant coaching. The WCC I-CATCH program uses a student-centered coaching approach, which focuses on utilizing campus and community resources to fund and support students’ personal needs. The coaching also keeps employment in mind through every step of the student’s academic progression.
  • OFA Regional TANF Managers

    Regional Program Managers and their contact information.
  • TANF Caseload Data 2019

    Index page for fiscal year 2019 TANF caseload data
  • Tribal TANF Plan Guidance

    Tribal TANF Plan guidance provides instructions to tribes and consortia interested in starting a Tribal TANF program.