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CATCH Implementation Funds
Deadline: The 2009 CATCH Implementation Funds call for proposals will be Nov. 1, 2008 to Jan. 31, 2009. The Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Implementation Funds program supports pediatricians in the initial and/or pilot stage of developing and implementing a commu...
posted 9/11/08 11:32 AM read complete story
Army Commissaries Now Accepting Food Stamps
A new checkout system called "CARTS," short for "Commissary Advanced Resale Transaction System," is making it easier to food stamp recipients in the military to redeem their food stamps through their EBT cards at army commissaries. CART provides for EBT cards to be accepted at all commissary checkou...
posted 9/4/08 2:27 PM read complete story
Food-Related Disaster Relief Follows Hurricane Gustav
Even as displaced Gulf Coast residents struggle to return home in the wake of Hurricane Gustav, the Agriculture Dept. (USDA) continues working with states to provide food and financial relief to victims of Hurricane Gustav. USDA announces that is it putting in place programs for upcoming storm...
posted 9/4/08 2:23 PM read complete story
ACF Seeks States Comments on TANF Reporting
Comment Deadline: Oct. 13 The Admin. for Children & Families at the Health & Human Services Dept. (HHS) seeks insights from state and territorial governments on the plan they must submit to receive TANF funding. The State plan is a mandatory statement submitted to the HHS secretary b...
posted 8/27/08 11:34 AM read complete story
ACF Wants to Assess Access/Visitation Reporting
Comment Deadline: Oct. 6 The Admin. for Children & Families (ACF) at the Health & Human Services Dept. seeks comments on the reporting process for its Grant to States for Access & Visitation Program. Each year, states must provide ACF's Office of Child Support Enforcement with da...
posted 8/13/08 7:52 PM read complete story
New NGA Report Shows How States Are Meeting TANF Edicts
The Nat'l Governors Assn. Center for Best Practices releases a brief based on results from a recent survey, which highlights innovative strategies states are using to meet new, more stringent federal requirements of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Entering the Next Phase...
posted 8/12/08 7:34 PM read complete story
ACF Wants to Eliminate Enhanced TANF Credit
Comment Deadline: Oct. 7 The Admin. for Children & Families wants to revise TANF regulations to eliminate a provision allowing a State to receive additional caseload reduction credit for maintenance-of-effort (MOE) expenditures in excess of its required MOE spending. The proposed revision would...
posted 8/11/08 11:08 AM read complete story
U.S. Immigrant Children Less Active than U.S.-Born Children
Immigrant children in the United States appear to be less physically active and less likely to participate in sports than U.S.–born children, says a report in the latest issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. With immigrants now accounting for 12.6% of the total U.S. population...
posted 8/7/08 2:59 PM read complete story
Christian Children's Fund
Deadline: Rolling. For more than 65 years, the Christian Children's Fund (CCF) has provided assistance to needy children worldwide. Services are provided to approximately 2.5 million children regardless of race, religion or gender in 31 countries, in...
posted 8/5/08 02 AM read complete story
AECF Tells House Panel to Revise Poverty Surveys
Annie E. Casey Foundation (AECF) wants the federal government to adopt a new way to measure poverty that provides a more accurate statistical portrait of economically struggling Americans Appearing before a House Ways & Means subcommittee, AECF President and CEO Douglas W. Nelson tells th...
posted 8/1/08 10:32 AM read complete story
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