Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)

The TANF federal allocation, which states receive each federal fiscal year (October – September) has several components. For Georgia, the relevant components are the TANF Federal Block Grant and the TANF Supplemental Grant.  Although Congress extends the TANF program, without the TANF Supplemental Grant, Georgia loses $37.3 million federal funds. Download the Fact Sheet.

 

Related Material:

FY 2013 Budget Analysis: Human Services

Georgia’s Decreasing TANF Funds: An Overview of the FY 2012 Allocation of TANF Funds in Georgia

State Directs Majority of TANF Funds to Child Welfare Despite Rise in TANF Recipient for FY 2011

What Federal TANF Cuts Could Mean to State Budget

 

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