Families that Receive Government Benefits after Leaving Welfare Are Less Likely to Return

Brief

Families that Receive Government Benefits after Leaving Welfare Are Less Likely to Return

September 11, 2003

Abstract

Receiving government benefits after leaving welfare can tide families over crises that would otherwise lead them to return to TANF.

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