The Office of Family Independence division within the Maine Department of Health and Human Services administers programs to assist individuals and families in the State. Some of the programs the agency administers includes the TANF program, the ASPIRE program, food stamps and assistance selecting a child care provider.
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Submissions from 2011
State Plan for Title IV-A Block Grant of the Social Security Act: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Office for Family Independence, Maine Department of Health and Human Services
Submissions from 2002
Final report of the Maine Millennium Commission on Hunger and Food Security, 2002, Maine State Planning Office and Maine Millennium Commission on Hunger and Food Security
Submissions from 1990
Final Report of the Commission to Evaluate the Adequacy of the Aid to Families with Dependent Children Need and Payment Standards, Maine State Legislature, Maine Department of Human Services, and Barbara Feltes