Adult Protective Services
Child Protective Services
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The Family Assistance Division administers programs funded by the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant designed to provide benefits and services to needy families with children so that children may be cared for in their own homes or in the homes of relatives. These services also promote job preparation, work and marriage and the prevention of out of wedlock pregnancy. Major services/benefits to eligible families include:
Temporary Cash Assistance
Family Assistance Program
provides temporary cash assistance for basic needs for low income families with children under age 18 or age 19 if s/he is a full time student in a secondary school or in the equivalent level of vocational or technical training. Assistance is issued on Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards. Recipients are not to use EBT cards in liquor, wine or beer stores, casinos or other gambling establishments, strip clubs, tattoo or body piercing facilities or facilities providing psychic services. Benefits are not to be used to buy liquor, wine, beer, tobacco products or lottery tickets.
• Work and Job Training Services
provides work and training services to all parents receiving cash assistance to help find and retain employment.
Family Assistance Program
Application for Family Assistance
Family Assistance Eligibility Requirements
Formulario de solicitud de ayuda
Resumen De Los Requisitos De Eligibilidad
Alabama Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence
EBT Account Information
TANF State Plan
Voter Registration Information (Informacion de registro de votantes)
Earned Income Tax Credit (La Vida es mas facil con el EITC)
Health and Human Services
US DHHS ACF Office of Family Assistance
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DHR awarded $750,000 grant to improve child care services
MONTGOMERY-The Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) has been awarded a grant by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) to help expand high-quality early learning opportunities for young infants and toddlers by providing core operating support for the Early Head Start Child-Care Partnership (EHS-CCP).
Coffee County DHR social worker receives Alabama Spirit of Adult Protective Services Award
Ms. Suezette Hatten, a social worker with Coffee County Department of Human Resources (DHR) who investigates and arranges services for adults at risk of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation is the recipient of the 2016 Alabama Spirit of Adult Protective Services (APS) Award.
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FY 2017 Social Service Block Grant (Title XX) Pre-Expenditure Report
Domestic Violence Intervention Services RFP Announcement
Employment and Training Consultant Services RFP Announcement
Employment and Training Program-South RFP Announcement
Request for Proposals for Intensive IN-Home Services on Thursday May 26, 2016.
JOBS Transportation Services and the JOBS Transportation Services-Gasoline Program
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Statements & Policies
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