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Worker and Family Assistance: Summary of Proposals to Address Income Eligibility Requirement for Federal Foster Care Reimbursement
Kay E. Brown (au)
In 1996, when Congress repealed the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program, it did not amend Title IV-E to remove the link between income eligibility standards for AFDC and federal reimbursements to states for foster care. Due, in part, to fewer families meeting these income standards, the number of children who currently meet Title IV-E eligibility requirements has declined. As a result, states have shouldered the full costs for a higher proportion of children in foster care. Several proposals to remove the link between AFDC income eligibility and Title IV-E foster care reimbursements have been put forward. This report compiled and reviewed these proposals. It focuses on how the proposals would address the link between AFDC income eligibility and Title IV-E foster care reimbursements. This is a print on demand report.
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