AFDC


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Related to AFDC: Food stamps

AFDC

abbr.
Aid to Families with Dependent Children

AFDC

or A.F.D.C.,

Aid to Families with Dependent Children.
Translations

AFDC

[ˌeɪɛfdiːˈsiː] n abbr (Am) =Aid to Families with Dependent ChildrenA.F. =assegni familiari
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Finally, as the successful deployment of EVs and PHEVs will largely hinge on drivers' ability to charge their vehicles quickly and conveniently the AFDC provides consumers and fleets with location information for more than 600 charging stations through the Alternative Fueling Station Locator.
A 2005 AFDC study indicated that 28 percent of Lebanese forests are at risk of burning if nothing is done to prevent future fires.
However, documenting the impact that AFDC benefits have on default rates has important policy implications for the current welfare system, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), which replaced AFDC in the late 1990s.
Families whose incomes and resources exceed the gross income and asset limits set for AFDC or AFDC-UP recipients but who would otherwise qualify for these programs are eligible for Medi-Cal through the MN program.
We plan on having AFDC distribute our product to Oklahoma customers from our Durant production facility once it is online.
The next section provides an overview of bankruptcy laws, UI, and AFDC.
It is of interest, therefore, to investigate which group of women--TANF or AFDC recipients--fared better economically after they exited from TANF and AFDC.
Descriptive analyses were used to present differences by AFDC and non-AFDC status and by race on the independent variables and the five DSM-III-R disorders.
First, we not only follow other research in estimating the impact of AFDC policy changes on food stamp caseloads but also examine the impact of policies that are focused directly on food stamps.
However, some studies (Cheng, 1995; Hutchens, 1981; Plotnick, 1983) showed no significant effect of educational level on AFDC recipients' chances of leaving welfare (that is, exiting dependency or supplementation).
Welfare in the State of Arkansas was in the process of changing from the AFDC program effective July 1, 1997.
The measure replaced the 60-year-old federal welfare program known as Aid to Families with Dependent Children or AFDC.