Welfare Indicators and Risk Factors: Fourteenth Report to Congress. Table TANF 9. Comparison of Federal Funding for AFDC and Related Programs with 2013 Total Family Assistance Grants Awarded Under PRWORA

09/22/2015

[In millions of current dollars]

State

FY 1996 Grants for AFDC, EA & JOBS 1

FY 2013 Family Assistance Grants 2

FY 2013
Contingency
Fund Awards 3

FY 2013
Total
Awards

Change
from
FY 1996 Level

To FY 2013

Percent
Increase from
FY 1996 Level

United States

$15,067

$ 16,306

$ 529

$ 16,835

$ 1,767

12

Alabama

$79.0

$93.3

 —

$93.3

$14.3

$18

Alaska

60.7

45.3

 —

45.3

-15.4

-25

Arizona

200.6

200.1

19

218.7

18.1

9

Arkansas

54.3

56.7

5

61.7

7.4

14

California

3,545.6

3,659.4

 —

3,659.4

113.8

3

Colorado

138.9

136.1

12

148.0

9.0

6

Connecticut

221.1

266.8

 —

266.8

45.7

21

Delaware

30.2

32.3

3

35.1

4.9

16

Dist. of Columbia

77.1

92.6

8

100.7

23.6

31

Florida

504.7

562.3

 —

562.3

57.6

11

Georgia

301.2

330.7

 —

330.7

29.5

10

Hawaii

98.4

98.9

9

107.6

9.2

9

Idaho

31.3

30.4

 —

30.4

-0.9

-3

Illinois

593.8

585.1

 —

585.1

-8.8

-1

Indiana

121.4

206.8

 —

206.8

85.4

70

Iowa

129.3

131.0

 —

131.0

1.7

1

Kansas

86.9

101.9

 —

101.9

15.0

17

Kentucky

171.6

181.3

 —

181.3

9.6

6

Louisiana

122.4

164.0

 —

164.0

41.6

34

Maine

73.2

78.1

 —

78.1

4.9

7

Maryland

207.6

229.1

20

249.1

41.5

20

Massachusetts

372.0

459.4

40

499.5

127.5

34

Michigan

581.5

775.4

 —

775.4

193.9

33

Minnesota

239.3

263.4

 —

263.4

24.1

10

Mississippi

68.6

86.8

 —

86.8

18.2

26

Missouri

207.9

217.1

19

236.0

28.2

14

Montana

39.2

38.0

 —

38.0

-1.1

-3

Nebraska

56.2

57.5

 —

57.5

1.3

2

Nevada

41.2

43.9

4

47.7

6.5

16

New Hampshire

36.0

38.5

 —

38.5

2.5

7

New Jersey

353.4

404.0

 —

404.0

50.7

14

New Mexico

129.9

110.6

10

120.2

-9.7

-7

New York

2,332.7

2,442.9

214

2,656.6

323.9

14

North Carolina

311.9

301.4

26

327.8

15.9

5

North Dakota

24.5

26.4

 —

26.4

1.9

8

Ohio

564.5

728.0

 —

728.0

163.5

29

Oklahoma

125.1

145.3

 —

145.3

20.2

16

Oregon

146.4

166.8

14

181.3

34.8

24

Pennsylvania

780.1

719.5

 —

719.5

-60.6

-8

Rhode Island

82.9

95.0

 —

95.0

12.2

15

South Carolina

99.4

100.0

9

108.7

9.3

9

South Dakota

19.7

21.3

 —

21.3

1.5

8

Tennessee

178.9

191.5

17

208.3

29.3

16

Texas

437.1

486.3

43

528.8

91.7

21

Utah

68.0

75.6

 —

75.6

7.6

11

Vermont

42.4

47.4

 —

47.4

5.0

12

Virginia

134.6

158.3

 —

158.3

23.6

18

Washington

393.2

380.5

32

413.0

19.8

5

West Virginia

95.1

110.2

 —

110.2

15.0

16

Wisconsin

241.6

313.9

26

340.3

98.7

41

Wyoming

14.4

18.5

 —

18.5

4.1

28

1 Includes Administration and FAMIS but excludes IV-A child care.  AFDC benefits include the Federal share of child support collections to be comparable to the Family Assistance Grant.  The 1996 figures have been revised since earlier versions of this report, to reflect upward revisions in states' reports of expenditures on the JOBS program.

2 The FY 2013 Family Assistance Grants differs from the previous edition and does not include the Tribal Family Assistance Grants.  Supplemental Grants have been zeroed out since FY 2012.

3 Includes Contingency Fund Grants but not penalties assessed nor does it include Emergency Contingency Funds.

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Financial Services.

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