State Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Case Studies


Project Overview

This project will identify promising and innovative employment and training programs for low-income individuals that include TANF recipients and produce case studies of the selected programs. The programs profiled will include approaches that provide or link families to child care services and other work support services.

The project launched in September 2018 and will be conducted Mathematica Policy Research in partnership with MEF Associates.

The point of contact is Girley Wright.

Related Resources

This brief provides a graphical overview of some of the TANF policy differences across states. It includes information about initial eligibility, benefit amounts, work and activity requirements, and ongoing eligibility and time limits.