Screening and Assessment in TANF\Welfare-to-Work: Ten Important Questions TANF Agencies and Their Partners Should Consider. Intensive Services Assessment (Washington)


Barriers Identified

Substance Abuse Pregnancy Transportation
Domestic Violence Family Planning Legal Issues
Mental Health Child Health/Nutrition Housing
Educational History Parent/ChildDevelopment Child Care
Employment History General Health  
Other Agency Involvement    


Number and Types of Questions
Eighteen pages, 138 questions; many 'yes' or 'no' or checklists

Target Population
TANF clients statewide who are referred for additional assessment (i.e., because determined to have barriers or be "hard-to-serve" by a case manager, in sanction status, or are a pregnant or parenting teen).

Methodological Information
Not available

Interview administered by a DSHS social worker


Source or Publisher
Washington Department of Social and Health Services

State(s) Believed to be Using

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