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Reports are free of charge, and may be downloaded from this page.

Life on Welfare: Temporary Cash Assistance Families & Recipients, 2016-2019
(March 2020)
  During each of the State Fiscal Years (SFYs) between 2016 and 2019, we will provide a jurisdictional summary of the adults who receive Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA). Six different jurisdictions will be highlighted in each year.


Life on Welfare: Temporary Cash Assistance Families & Recipients, 2019
(January 2020) Alyssa Gross & Letitia Passarella
  This brief describes families who received cash assistance in state fiscal year 2019. Families' characteristics, as well as adult recipients' demographic characteristics and work histories, are the main focus.

Life on Welfare: Temporary Cash Assistance Families & Recipients, 2019 Jurisdictional Summaries
(January 2020) Alyssa Gross & Letitia Passarella
  This document includes one-page summaries of families who received cash assistance in state fiscal year 2019 in each of Maryland's 24 jurisdictions.

2019 Annual Update
Rebecca McColl & Letitia Passarella

Participation in Federally Defined Work Activities across Maryland
(September 2019) Alyssa Gross & Letitia Logan Passarella
  In order to gain a better understanding of the most common federally defined work activities, this brief examines the activities in which work-eligible adult recipients participated during SFY 2018, including the number of hours of participation in those activities. The appendix of the report includes one-page summaries for each jurisdiction.

Lifting Families out of Poverty: Child Support is an Effective Tool for Maryland's Families
(August 2019) Natalie Demyan & Letitia Logan Passarella
  This report assesses child support's role in poverty alleviation. We examine a sample of custodians in Maryland who were employed and received child support payments during a one-year period. After receiving child support, the percentage of families in both deep poverty and poverty was reduced by about half.

The Role of Education in Outcomes for Former TCA Recipients
(July 2019) Rebecca McColl & Letitia Logan Passarella
  This brief examines all work-eligible adult recipients whose cases closed during federal fiscal year (FFY) 2013 (n=15,038). We examine demographic characteristics and participation in education-related work activities as well as returns to the TCA program and employment during the five years after exit by the adult recipients' education levels.



 
 
   


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