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Amber Dalton Extra credit assignment
Two government programs that help the financial well being of needy families are TANF(Temporary assistance for needy families) and AFDC(Aid to families with dependent children). The AFDC was the first program to start help for families it started in 1935 and ended in 1996 which started the TANF program. TANF provided services that did quite a bit less than the previous AFDC and reached fewer families. These programs had major differences in goals. AFDC goal was to provide money to people that are absent from the home or incapacitated, deceased or unemployed. While TANF had a more restrictive goal in helping parents by promoting marriage, reducing out of wedlock births and promoting work. One of the biggest differences are the eligibility requirements are much more strict, and families can only remain in the program five years maximum. There are also different work requirements, AFDC had participation requirements but not work requirements. While TANF must have 50 % of their caseload in specific work requirements. Also entitlement becomes a factor in differences between the two programs. The AFDC requires state to help all individuals that fall into the income guidelines, while TANF denies help to some qualified individuals.
I live in Moab, Utah. Looking up my region in the Consensus website page I came up with these statistics. As of July 1,2014 We had a population of 5,140. 85% of the population are white and 5.9 % are American Indians and Black and Asia people are less than 1%. The amount of people with disabilities are 6.1%.
The average income in 2014 is $41,531.00 for a two person household, while per ca-pita is $23,586.00. 73% of people are in the civilian labor force,71% of these people are female. The average education level is at 91.3% at high school level while 24.8% of people have a bachelors degree or higher. Out of the community there are 33.2% of people do not have health insurance.