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A herbicide used in the Vietnam War to eliminate foliage.
AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN (AFDC)
The program authorized to provide financial assistance and social services to needy families with a MINOR CHILD. The PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND WORK OPPORTUNITY AND RECONCILIATION ACT (PRWORA) replaced AFDC with a block grant called TANF. In Minnesota, AFDC was replaced by the MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM. See MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (MFIP) in 0002.41 (Glossary: Medically Necessary...).
An allowance for support that a court orders a person to pay to his/her SPOUSE.
A DEDUCTION from 1 person’s income for the maintenance needs of others. See TEMP Manual TE02.10.60 (Family Cash Allocations), 0018.30 (Allocations).
ALTERNATIVE CARE (AC)
Payments made by Social Services for HOME CARE SERVICES for a person over age 65 who would otherwise require care in a NURSING FACILITY. See the Insurance Affordability Programs/Health Care Manuals.
ALTERNATIVE EMPLOYMENT PLAN (AEP)
MFIP : The AEP was replaced by the Employment Plan. See 0028.15 (Employment Plan (EP)) for further information.
A person of Asian and American parentage. There are special provisions for non-citizen children of Vietnamese mothers and American fathers. See 0011.03.18 (Non-Citizens - People Fleeing Persecution).
AmeriCorps includes AmeriCorps*State and AmeriCorps*National (together these two programs are also known as AmeriCorps*USA), AmeriCorps*VISTA (formerly known as VISTA), AmeriCorps*NCCC (AmeriCorps*National Civilian Community Corps). For more information on the AmeriCorps Program, see 0017.15.78 (National and Community Service Trust Act), 0017.15.87 (AmeriCorps Payments).
A client’s or authorized representative’s request to the HUMAN SERVICES JUDGE for review of a COUNTY AGENCY’s action or inaction. See 0027 (Appeals).
A person who has submitted a request for assistance for whom no decision has been made regarding eligibility, and whose application has not been acted upon or voluntarily withdrawn.
A request for assistance made by submitting a signed and dated page number 1 of the COMBINED APPLICATION FORM (CAF) or APPLYMN application. See 0005 (Applications), 0009.06.03 (Recertification Processing Standards).
Date of application varies depending on the program and the applicant’s situation. See 0005.12.09 (Date of Application) for more specific information.
An online application the public may use to apply for cash assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) and emergency help.
Estimation of worth. See 0015 (Assets) for requirements for an acceptable appraisal.
The act of certifying that an APPLICANT is eligible to receive benefits.
The maximum amount of NET COUNTED ASSETS clients may own or have available and remain eligible for assistance. See AVAILABILITY in 0002.05 (Glossary: Assistance Standard...).
The conveying of ownership of an asset to another party.
REAL PROPERTY and PERSONAL PROPERTY owned wholly or in part by the client.
To transfer legal claim, such as assignment of CHILD SUPPORT or MEDICAL SUPPORT.
Benefits received from the MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (MFIP), DIVERSIONARY WORK PROGRAM (DWP), SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP), MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (MA), GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA), MINNESOTA SUPPLEMENTAL AID (MSA), REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE (RCA), REFUGEE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (RMA), and EMERGENCY PROGRAMS. See the Insurance Affordability Programs/Health Care Manuals for the health care programs.
Assistance received from the MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (MFIP), DIVERSIONARY WORK PROGRAM (DWP), GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA), MINNESOTA SUPPLEMENTAL AID (MSA), REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE (RCA), and EMERGENCY cash programs.
The MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (MFIP), DIVERSIONARY WORK PROGRAM (DWP), SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP), MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (MA), GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA), MINNESOTA SUPPLEMENTAL AID (MSA), REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE (RCA), REFUGEE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (RMA), and EMERGENCY PROGRAMS. See the Insurance Affordability Programs/Health Care Manuals for the health care programs.
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