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Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Mississippi: Highlights from State Reports (State Highlight)
Gretchen G. Kirby, L. Jerome Gallagher, LaDonna Pavetti, Milda Saunders, Tennille Smith

There are two Highlights for each state. The Highlights that focus on health cover Medicaid, other public insurance programs, the health care marketplace, and the role of public providers. The Highlights capture policies in place and planned in 1996 and early 1997.

Posted to Web: July 01, 1999Publication Date: July 01, 1999

Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Mississippi (State Report)
Gretchen G. Kirby, L. Jerome Gallagher, LaDonna Pavetti, Milda Saunders, Tennille Smith

The state reports describe the safety net and health care programs in place for low-income people on the eve of welfare reform. The reports also analyze the particular circumstances that are shaping the state's response to the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA). The state reports are based on case studies in the respective state.

Posted to Web: December 01, 1998Publication Date: December 01, 1998

Child Care Assistance Under Welfare Reform: Early Responses by the States (Research Report)
Sharon K. Long, Gretchen G. Kirby, Robin Kurka, Shelley Waters Boots

When the demand for child care assistance exceeds the available federal and state child care funds, the group most likely to be left without assistance is low-income working families with no connection to the welfare system. Despite a $600 million increase in federal funds for child care, there is only enough money to serve half of the low-income families needing child care assistance. This paper also examines who receives child care assistance and who pays for it.

Posted to Web: August 01, 1998Publication Date: August 01, 1998

Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Michigan: Highlights from State Reports (State Highlight)
Kristin S. Seefeldt, LaDonna Pavetti, Karen E. Maguire, Gretchen G. Kirby

There are two Highlights for each state. The income support and social services Highlights look at basic income support programs, employment and training programs, child care, child support enforcement, and the last-resort safety net. The Highlights capture policies in place and planned in 1996 and early 1997.

Posted to Web: August 01, 1998Publication Date: August 01, 1998

Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Michigan (Research Report)
Kristin S. Seefeldt, LaDonna Pavetti, Karen E. Maguire, Gretchen G. Kirby

The state reports describe the safety net and health care programs in place for low-income people on the eve of welfare reform. The reports also analyze the particular circumstances that are shaping the state's response to the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA). The state reports are based on case studies in the respective state.

Posted to Web: July 01, 1998Publication Date: July 01, 1998

Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Massachusetts: Highlights from State Reports (State Highlight)
Gretchen G. Kirby, LaDonna Pavetti, Karen E. Maguire, Rebecca L. Clark

There are two Highlights for each state. The income support and social services Highlights look at basic income support programs, employment and training programs, child care, child support enforcement, and the last-resort safety net. The Highlights capture policies in place and planned in 1996 and early 1997.

Posted to Web: December 01, 1997Publication Date: December 01, 1997

Income Support and Social Services for Low-Income People in Massachusetts (State Report)
Gretchen G. Kirby, LaDonna Pavetti, Karen E. Maguire, Rebecca L. Clark

The state reports describe the safety net and health care programs in place for low-income people on the eve of welfare reform. The reports also analyze the particular circumstances that are shaping the state's response to the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA). The state reports are based on case studies in the respective state.

Posted to Web: December 01, 1997Publication Date: December 01, 1997

 

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