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Technical AssistanceThe OFA Peer Technical Assistance Network offers services to local, State, County, and Tribal social service agencies that operate a Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program or provide services to TANF families.
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Recently Asked Questions
A representative from the South Dakota Department of Social Services would like to know which states use a third party to deliver the work component of their TANF programs. Do those states use a monitoring tool, and where can that tool be accessed?
A representative from Community Financial Resources would like to know about advising TANF participants on how to direct deposit TANF benefits to a bank account (either checking or savings), instead of receiving a paper check or an EBT card.
A representative from the Vermont Department for Children and Families would like to know if any states have separate state programs that provide TANF food benefits to SNAP families.