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Poverty & Economic Mobility

ASPE releases the annual U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines, which are used to determine financial eligibility for some Federal programs. Presented here are the poverty lines for every State and the District of Columbia. You will also find extensive resources on poverty estimates, trends, and analysis, plus historical information on poverty and the Guidelines. More broadly, this section also encompasses issues like poverty and income dynamics, and asset building and financial literacy.

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Description and Assessment of State Approaches to Diversion Programs and Activities under Welfare Reform

July 31, 1998
Introduction - Significance of Diversion Programs The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193, PRWORA) ended the individual entitlement to welfare benefits under Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), established by the Social Security Act of 1935.

Declining Immigrant Applications for Medi-Cal and Welfare Benefits in Los Angeles County

June 30, 1998
Declining Immigrant Applications for Medi-Cal and Welfare Benefits in Los Angeles County 1 by Wendy Zimmermann Michael Fix July 1998

Building an Employment Focused Welfare System

May 31, 1998
    Building an Employment Focused Welfare System:     Work First and Other Work-Oriented Strategies in Five States   by Pamela A. Holcomb LaDonna Pavetti Caroline Ratcliffe Susan Riedinger June 1998

Working with Low-Income Cases: Lessons for the Child Support Enforcement System from Parents' Fair Share

April 30, 1998
Fred Doolittle Suzanne Lynn Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation

Implementation, Participation Patterns, Costs, and Two-Year Impacts of the Portland (Oregon) Welfare-to-Work Program: Executive Summary

April 30, 1998
Prepared for: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation U.S. Department of Education Office of the Under Secretary Office of Vocational and Adult Education

Performance Improvement 1998

January 31, 1998
ForewordPerformance Improvement 1998: Evaluation Activities of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesis the third annual report summarizing evaluation efforts by the Department's agencies and offices during the past fiscal year.

Moving Into Adulthood: Were the Impacts of Mandatory Programs for Welfare-Dependent Teenage Parents Sustained After the Programs Ended?

January 31, 1998
TEENAGE PARENT DEMONSTRATION Report on Results of Long-Term Follow-up, Executive Summary Moving into Adulthood: Were the Impacts of Mandatory Programs for Welfare-Dependent Teenaged Parents Sustained After the Program

Moving into Adulthood: Were the Impacts of Mandatory Programs for Welfare-Dependent Teenaged Parents Sustained After the Programs Ended?

January 31, 1998
Submitted by: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc P.O. Box 2393 Princeton, NJ 08543-2393 (609) 799-3535 Project Director: Ellen Eliason Kisker