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States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment
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States using the TANF Emergency Fund for Subsidized Employment

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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 created a new TANF Emergency Fund to assist states in expanding services during the recession. The funds could be used for basic assistance, …

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 created a new TANF Emergency Fund to assist states in expanding services during the recession. The funds could be used for basic assistance, short-term non-recurrent benefits, or subsidized employment. 39 states (plus DC, VI, and PR) funded subsidized employment programs that employed nearly 250,000 youth and adults before the fund expired on Sept. 30, 2010. This slide show depicts the time line of these subsidized employment programs. For more information: http://www.clasp.org/issues/pages?type=temporary_assistance&id=0001

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  • 1. www.clasp.org 1 D.C. States: 11 Territories: DC Funds: $80 million
  • 2. www.clasp.org 2 States: 17 Territories: DC Funds: $95 million D.C.
  • 3. www.clasp.org 3 D.C. States: 21 Territories: DC Funds: $122 million
  • 4. www.clasp.org 4 States: 22 Territories: DC Funds: n/a D.C.
  • 5. www.clasp.org 5 D.C. States: 23 Territories: DC Funds: $159 million
  • 6. www.clasp.org 6 D.C. States: 26 Territories: DC Funds: $230 million
  • 7. www.clasp.org 7 D.C. States: 26 Territories: DC Funds: $299 million
  • 8. www.clasp.org 8 D.C. States: 27 Territories: DC Funds: $318 million
  • 9. www.clasp.org 9 D.C. States: 28 Territories: DC Funds: $386 million
  • 10. www.clasp.org 10 D.C. States: 30 Territories: DC Funds: $581 million
  • 11. www.clasp.org 11 States: 32 Territories: DC Funds: $615 million D.C.
  • 12. www.clasp.org 12 States: 34 Territories: DC Funds: $747 million D.C.
  • 13. www.clasp.org 13 States: 36* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.018 billion D.C. *Survey data indicates that 36 states have subsidized jobs programs, including Maryland’s which is imbedded in their basic assistance and West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF and are not shaded on the map.
  • 14. www.clasp.org 14 States: 36* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.026 billion D.C. *Survey data indicates that 36 states have subsidized jobs programs, including Maryland’s which is imbedded in their basic assistance and West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF and are not shaded on the map.
  • 15. www.clasp.org 15 States: 36* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.026 billion D.C. *Survey data indicates that 36 states have subsidized jobs programs, including Maryland’s which is imbedded in their basic assistance and West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF and are not shaded on the map.
  • 16. www.clasp.org 16 D.C. States: 36* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.039 billion *Survey data indicates that 36 states have subsidized jobs programs, West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF is not shaded on the map.
  • 17. www.clasp.org 17 D.C. States: 36* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.055 billion *Survey data indicates that 36 states have subsidized jobs programs, West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF is not shaded on the map.
  • 18. www.clasp.org 18 D.C. States: 37* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.061 billion *Survey data indicates that 37 states have subsidized jobs programs, West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF is not shaded on the map.
  • 19. www.clasp.org 19 D.C. States: 37* Territories: DC, VI Funds: $1.069 billion *Survey data indicates that 37 states have subsidized jobs programs, West Virginia whose application has not yet been approved by ACF is not shaded on the map.
  • 20. www.clasp.org 20 D.C. States: 39 Territories: DC, VI, PR Funds: $1.318 billion

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