Welfare Indicators and Risk Factors: Fourteenth Report to Congress. Table TANF 15. TANF and Separate State Program (SSP) Families and Recipients: 2013

09/22/2015

[In thousands]

 

Families

All Recipients

Child Recipients

 

TANF

SSP

Total

TANF

SSP

Total

TANF

SSP

Total

U.S. Total

1,641

110

1,751

3,782

320

4,102

2,885

206

3,091

Alabama

19.8

19.8

47.7

47.7

35.4

35.4

Alaska

3.6

3.6

9.6

9.6

6.5

6.5

Arizona

16.3

16.3

37.1

37.1

26.4

26.4

Arkansas

7.0

7.0

15.7

15.7

11.2

11.2

California

563.8

563.8

1,355.3

1,355.3

1,076.5

1,076.5

Colorado

15.1

15.1

39.5

39.5

28.2

28.2

Connecticut

14.8

14.8

29.2

29.2

20.5

20.5

Delaware

5.0

5.0

14.1

14.1

8.6

8.6

D.C. ColCColumbia

6.7

6.7

17.4

17.4

13.3

13.3

Florida

53.6

53.6

94.6

94.6

77.9

77.9

Georgia

17.8

17.8

35.0

35.0

30.7

30.7

Guam

1.3

1.3

3.2

3.2

2.4

2.4

Hawaii

9.3

9.3

27.1

27.1

17.9

17.9

Idaho

1.8

1.8

2.8

2.8

2.6

2.6

Illinois

20.9

20.9

46.2

46.2

38.2

38.2

Indiana

12.4

0.6

13.0

25.3

1.5

26.8

22.1

1.3

23.4

Iowa

15.1

2.7

17.7

37.9

7.2

45.0

26.8

4.6

31.4

Kansas

8.5

8.5

20.5

20.5

14.7

14.7

Kentucky

30.5

30.5

61.8

61.8

49.0

49.0

Louisiana

7.5

7.5

17.0

17.0

14.6

14.6

Maine

6.9

21.4

28.3

15.1

44.6

59.7

10.1

23.1

33.2

Maryland

22.0

0.0

22.0

53.0

0.0

53.0

38.8

0.0

38.8

Massachusetts

48.0

18.7

66.6

91.8

58.6

150.4

60.6

40.2

100.9

Michigan

36.6

36.6

84.9

84.9

62.9

62.9

Minnesota

21.4

1.8

23.3

46.5

5.3

51.8

35.9

3.5

39.4

Mississippi

10.1

10.1

21.2

21.2

15.5

15.5

Missouri

32.1

3.3

35.4

77.0

8.4

85.4

53.0

5.1

58.1

Montana

3.2

3.2

7.5

7.5

5.5

5.5

Nebraska

5.6

1.1

6.7

12.8

3.4

16.1

10.8

2.3

13.1

Nevada

10.5

0.0

10.5

26.9

0.0

26.9

20.0

0.0

20.0

New Hampshire

3.5

2.7

6.3

7.5

7.8

15.4

5.3

5.0

10.3

New Jersey

31.9

31.9

75.7

75.7

54.3

54.3

New Mexico

15.0

15.0

37.4

37.4

27.7

27.7

New York

120.7

36.0

156.7

276.2

120.8

397.0

203.8

80.6

284.3

North Carolina

20.1

20.1

39.0

39.0

32.8

32.8

North Dakota

1.4

1.4

3.6

3.6

2.9

2.9

Ohio

68.6

68.6

137.1

137.1

111.1

111.1

Oklahoma

7.8

7.8

17.2

17.2

14.4

14.4

Oregon

25.0

18.5

43.5

60.6

51.9

112.5

41.3

33.5

74.8

Pennsylvania

72.6

72.6

178.6

178.6

128.2

128.2

Puerto Rico

13.0

13.0

35.7

35.7

22.7

22.7

Rhode Island

6.1

6.1

14.7

14.7

10.0

10.0

South Carolina

12.7

12.7

29.0

29.0

22.5

22.5

South Dakota

3.2

3.2

6.4

6.4

5.5

5.5

Tennessee

51.5

0.7

52.2

123.9

2.6

126.4

90.4

1.5

91.9

Texas

40.6

40.6

91.3

91.3

79.5

79.5

Utah

4.2

0.2

4.4

10.1

0.6

10.8

7.5

0.4

7.9

Vermont

3.3

0.6

3.8

7.2

1.7

8.9

5.1

1.0

6.1

Virgin Islands

0.4

0.4

1.3

1.3

0.9

0.9

Virginia

29.4

1.8

31.1

64.1

4.6

68.7

46.9

2.9

49.8

Washington

47.2

47.2

109.8

109.8

74.5

74.5

West Virginia

9.0

9.0

19.7

19.7

14.5

14.5

Wisconsin

25.9

0.4

26.3

61.9

1.3

63.1

46.2

0.8

47.0

Wyoming

0.4

0.4

0.7

0.7

0.6

0.6

Note: Some states provide cash and other forms of assistance to specific categories of families (e.g., two-parent families) under Separate State Programs (SSPs) funded out of Maintenance of Effort (MOE) dollars rather than federal TANF funds.

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Family Assistance (available online at http://archive.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/data-reports/caseload/caseload_current.htm).

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