Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
The National Council of State Human Services Administrators and the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators met jointly… read more
The National Council of State Human Services Administrators and the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators met jointly to explore how new welfare programs are affecting families, especially children. The panelists examined the impact of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act and the program it created: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. They also considered the effects of new state welfare programs. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Elaine Archangelo Social Worker Delaware->Health and Social Services
- Jim Clark Director South Carolina->Social Services Department
- Barbara Drake Social Worker El Paso County, CO->Human Services
- Cornelius Hogan Secretary Vermont->Human Services
- Ivory Johnson President National Assn. Public Child Welfare Adm.
- Lloyd Malone Administrator El Paso County, CO->Child Welfare Division
- Linda Martin Spokeswoman South Carolina->Social Services Department
- Jess McDonald Director Illinois->Children and Families
- Kristin Moore President Child Trends
- Kay Dean Toran Director Oregon->Health and Human Resources
- William Waldman Executive Director American Public Human Services Assn.
- Kathryn Way Director Delaware->Health and Social Services
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