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1 Office of Temporary and CHILD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CAP) Objective: CAP is a district optional component of the Family Assistance Program that provides cash benefits and supportive services consistent with State Welfare Reform changes which promote work and opportunities for families to achieve self sufficiency. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1987 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Section Regulation: 18 NYCRR, Part 366 Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties must submit a CAP proposal to the Office for approval. Currently operating in Albany, Allegany, Broome, Herkimer, Niagara, Onondaga, Rockland, St. Lawrence, and Tompkins Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen, subject to mandated State requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: NA Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: NA Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 1,700,000 NA SFY NA 700,000 NA SFY NA 500,000 NA *Allocated within appropriation for temporary assistance administration. SFY NA NA NA SFY NA 310,848 NA -512-

2 Office of Temporary and CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT Objective: Funds enforcement of support obligations owed by absent parents to their children. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1975 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: NY Social Services Law, Title 6A&B; US Social Security Act of 1935, Title IV-D Regulation: 18 NYCRR ; 45 CFR Parts Margot Bean Deputy Commissioner and Director Division of Child Support Enforcement (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local, State to Local. Monies are provided primarily on a reimbursement basis. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: For administrative expenses. The Federal, State and Local Governments share in child support collections. The Federal share of collections is reduced by incentives which are given to States and localities. Matching Requirement: Reimbursement rates are 66% Federal share, 17% State share, 17% Local share. Enhanced Federal reimbursement for laboratory fees related to paternity testing is 90%. Maintenance of Effort: NA Spec. Rev. * Federal Match* SFY ,000,000 27,700,000 26,908,000 3,100,000 SFY ,000,000 30,774,000 27,000,000 3,100,000 SFY ,000,000 30,936,000 27,000,000 3,100,000 *Includes funds for enforcement program administered by Department of Taxation and Finance. Appropriation is for disbursement of Federal incentive funds. Local Assistance Local Assistance State Ops. State Ops. Federal SFY ,196,492 25,523,467 12,095,512 2,714,401 SFY ,719,647 32,839,850 9,924,165 2,727,

3 Office of Temporary and EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR ADULTS (EAA) Objective: EAA was created to assist SSI recipients with emergency needs which cannot be met by the basic SSI monthly benefit. EAA is a non-federal participating program. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1974 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Sections Regulation: 18 NYCRR Part 397 Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulations. Specific restrictions are listed in 18 NYCRR, Part 397. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Emergency assistance only. Formula: NA Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50% Maintenance of Effort: NA Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 439,159,000 NA SFY NA 883,715,000 NA SFY NA 1,005,424,000 NA *Amount appropriated is for the Family Assistance, EAA, EAF, Safety Net and other Family Assistance Programs. SFY NA NA NA SFY NA NA NA -514-

4 Office of Temporary and EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS Objective: Provides assistance to not for profit agencies and local governments which operate emergency shelters and provide essential social services to homeless persons. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Housing and Urban Renewal Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1987 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: US Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act of 1987 Regulation: 24 CFR Scottt Edwards Assistant Director of Housing Services 40 N. Pearl Street Albany, NY N. Pearl Street (518) Albany, NY (518) Eligibility: State Governments, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, Private Non-Profit Groups and Charitable Organizations. Must operate eligible programs. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen, subject to mandated State and Federal requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State, Federal to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: There is a formula for the funds from the Federal to State. Consult Program and/or Fiscal Contacts. Matching Requirement: Federal 50%, Local/Non-Profit 50% Maintenance of Effort: Funds cannot be used to supplant existing resources. Federal Funds* State General Funds State Spec. Rev. SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA *Appropriation for Federal Homeless grants. SFY ,589,294 NA NA SFY ,790,099 NA NA -515-

5 Office of Temporary and FOOD STAMP ADMINISTRATION Objective: Funds the cost of local operation of the Food Stamp Program. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Agriculture NYS Object Code: 62601, Year Established: 1977 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: , , Law: NY Social Services Law, Sections 95 and 95a; US Food Stamp Act of 1977, as amended Regulation: 18 NYCRR, Parts 387 and 399; 7 CFR Chapter II, Subchapter C, Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: The State Agency submits to the USDA a plan of operation specifying the manner in which the program will be conducted. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Aid must be used for Food Stamp Program administration. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Certification and issuance of food stamp coupons to eligible households. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local, State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: NA Matching Requirement: Federal 50%, State 50% Maintenance of Effort: NA Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY ,000, ,131,000 7,500,000 SFY ,526, ,680,000 8,000,000 SFY ,526,600 77,911,000 3,500,000 *Additional funds have been interchanged from the IM-Admin. Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY ,836, ,247,664 2,026,539 SFY ,059,696 99,967,330 1,712,106 *Includes disbursements as a result of the interchange from IM-Admin

6 Office of Temporary and HOMELESS HOUSING AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HHAP) Objective: Provides funding in the form of grants and loans for the express purpose of developing housing for homeless and homeless special needs populations. Administering Agency: ; Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation NYS Object Code: NA Year Established: 1983 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 2A, NY Laws of 1983, Chapter 61 Regulation: Chapter 2, Subchapter L, Part 800 RuthAnn Pickering Director of Housing Services 40 N. Pearl Street Albany, NY N. Pearl Street (518) Albany, NY (518) Eligibility: Municipalities, Public Corporations, Private Non-Profit Groups and Charitable Organizations. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Capital development program, exclusively for the creation/ preservation of housing for the homeless. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Funds flow from Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation to sponsor via contract. Type of Aid: Grant or Loan - funded through NYS bond proceeds. Formula: NA Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: Must operate property for 25 to 30 years. Federal Funds State Housing Program State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 30,000,000 1,275,000 SFY NA 30,000,000 1,275,000 SFY NA 30,000,000 1,275,000 Federal Funds HHAC Expenditures State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 27,285, ,558 SFY NA 35,190, ,

7 Office of Temporary and LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE DISABLED Objective: Supports the provision of legal services to disabled persons who may have been inappropriately denied Federal disability benefits. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1983 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Laws of 1983, Chapter 627; NY Social Services Law, Section 35 Regulation: NA Dale Peterson Director, Bureau of TSP Division of Transitional Programs (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties and Private Non-Profit Groups. Must be a local social services district, non-profit legal services corporation or non-profit agency serving the disabled. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen, subject to mandated State requirements. Monies must be used to provide legal representation before the Social Security Administration. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: Disabled population in service areas. Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50%. Maintenance of Effort: In-kind support of project at FY levels for similar services to the disabled. Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 2,870,000 NA SFY ,000,000 2,870,000 NA SFY NA 2,870,000 NA *Within appropriation for temporary and disability assistance administration. SFY NA 433,800 NA SFY , ,643 NA -518-

8 Office of Temporary and LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE (HEAP) Objective: Helps low income households pay home energy costs and funds programs for low cost residential weatherization or other energy-related home repairs. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: 62210, Year Established: 1981 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: NY Social Services Law, Section 97; US Public Law 97-35, Title XXVI Regulation: NY Social Services Regulation, Part 393 Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Grant recipients are aided by local social services districts. Individual families must: (a) have household income less than the higher of 60% of State median income or 150 percent of the poverty level or (b) contain one person receiving Public Assistance, SSI or Food Stamps. Households must have living arrangements which require direct payment to an energy supplier for heat or require undesignated payments for heat in the form of rent. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulations. Priority must be given to households with the lowest income and the highest energy burden in relation to income, taking into account family size and to households with young children, elderly individuals and disabled individuals. Payments must be used for payment of home heating costs, for weatherization or conservation in time of weather related or supply shortage emergency (with limit of 15 percent of total funds). No more than 10 percent of Federal money may be used for State Planning and Administration. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through). Monies are provided through a Block Grant. Type of Aid: Ongoing. Annual Block Grant appropriation. Formula: Grants to states are based on a specific funding formula contained in authorizing Federal statute. Local allocations are based on the number of income eligible households, aggregate residential energy expenditures and heating degree days. Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: NA SFY ,000,000 NA 3,500,000 SFY ,000,000 NA 4,000,000 SFY ,000,000 NA 4,000,

9 LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE (cont.) SFY ,979,717 NA 951,754 SFY ,810,167 NA 1,328,

10 Office of Temporary and OPERATIONAL SUPPORT FOR AIDS HOUSING (OSAH) Objective: Provides State-funded operational support for projects funded through the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP) which serves persons with AIDS/HIV illness and their families. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1994 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Laws of 1994, Chapter 53 Regulation: NA Brett Hebner Project Manager, Bureau of Housing Services 40 N. Pearl Street Albany, NY N. Pearl Street (518) Albany, NY (518) Eligibility: AIDS housing projects which are funded by the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP). Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional without any State or Federal mandated requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Competitive awards are made to eligible projects. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: NA Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: NA * SFY NA 179,000 1,000,000 SFY NA 179,000 1,000,000 SFY NA NA 1,000,000 *Appropriated in the Department of Health. SFY NA NA 506,912 SFY NA NA 578,

11 Office of Temporary and REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT Objective: Assists refugees, Cuban and Haitian entrants, asylees, and certified victims of trafficking, to resettle in the United States by funding Refugee Cash Assistance, Refugee Medical Assistance, targeted assistance, social services, and discretionary programs for those individuals designated by State agencies as eligible persons. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: 62308, Year Established: 1980 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: US Refugee Act of 1980, Section 412 Regulation: 45 CFR, Part 400 Thomas A. Hart Acting State Coordinator Division of Transitional Supports and Policy (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by Federal law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local. Monies are provided in advance of expenditures by the local government. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: NA Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: NA SFY ,142,000 5,000,000 NA SFY ,142,000 5,000,000 NA SFY ,067,000 5,000,000 NA SFY ,286,922 2,737,036 NA SFY ,463,765 2,909,413 NA -522-

12 Office of Temporary and SAFETY NET ASSISTANCE Objective: Provides assistance to persons who are not eligible for the Family Assistance or Federal Public Assistance. Safety Net assistance is comprised of a cash and non-cash component. Administering Agency: Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1997 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: Welfare Reform Act of 1997 Regulation: NYCRR, Part 370 Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulation. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: NA Matching Requirement: NA Maintenance of Effort: NA Federal Funds State General Funds* State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 439,159,000 NA SFY NA 883,715,000 NA SFY NA 1,005,424,000 NA *Amounts appropriated are for the Family Assistance, EAA, EAF, Safety Net and other Family Assistance programs. SFY NA NA NA SFY NA NA NA Comments: Effective November 1997, the Safety Net Assistance program replaced the Home Relief program

13 Office of Temporary and SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO) SUPPORTIVE SERVICES Objective: Assists with costs of services to assist eligible residents of single room occupancy units to live independently. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1987 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 2-A, Title 2 Regulation: NA Scott Edwards Assistant Director of Housing Services 40 N. Pearl Street Albany, NY N. Pearl Street (518) Albany, NY (518) Eligibility: Local Social Services Districts, Charitable Organizations, and Not-for-Profit Corporations. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, with some mandated requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: NA Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50% Maintenance of Effort: Contractors must show that services to be provided are new, that without funding the services will be discontinued or that this funding will result in a significant increase in services. SFY NA 11,500,000 NA SFY NA 12,700,000 NA SFY NA 13,540,000 NA SFY NA 5,764,822 NA SFY NA 5,982,161 NA -524-

14 Office of Temporary and SUPPLEMENTAL HOMELESS INTERVENTION PROGRAM (SHIP) Objective: Provides supportive services designed to stabilize households by attempting to avoid homelessness and, for those who are currently homeless, by facilitating the transition to permanent housing. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1998 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Chapter 204 of the Laws of 1998, Title 4, Article 2-A Regulation: NA Scott Edwards Assistant Director of Housing Services 40 N. Pearl Street Albany, NY N. Pearl Street (518) Albany, NY (518) Eligibility: Local Social Services Districts and Not-for-Profit Corporations serving homeless and at-risk households. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen, subject to mandated State requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local/Grantee. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Formula: NA Matching Requirement: 25% Local share Maintenance of Effort: Funds cannot be used to supplant existing resources. Federal Funds State General Fund State Spec. Rev. SFY ,500,000* 5,250,000 NA SFY ,340,241 5,250,000 NA SFY to be determined 5,250,000 NA *SHIP: SFY ,000, ,500,000 from NYC (TANF Block Grant) and SFY ,000, ,241 from NYC (TANF) + 25,000 Suffolk County DSS (TANF) Comments: SHIP Federal Funds disbursed for SFY and SFY are included in TANF. Federal TANF funds are available for additional HIP services, and expenses for families, including non-custodial parents, whose income does not exceed 200 percent of the Federal poverty level and who are eligible for TANF

15 Office of Temporary and TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION Objective: Assists local social services districts with costs of administering the Family Assistance and Safety Net Assistance programs. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62204, Year Established: 1996 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: Social Security Act, Title IV, Part A, as amended. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, Public Law Balanced Budget Act of 1997, Public Law , Welfare Reform Act of Regulation: TANF final rule was published in the Federal Register on April 12, Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. State and local welfare agencies must operate under the Department of Health and Human Services approved State plan. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Many specific restrictions. Specifically, administration costs cannot exceed 15% percent of the total costs of the Federal program. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through), State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: Contact program/fiscal contact. Matching Requirement: Federal 50%, State 25%, Local 25% for costs of administering Family Assistance Federal program. State 50%, Local 50% for other administrative costs. Maintenance of Effort: The State receives a Federal block grant yearly with a required MOE. Federal Funds* State General Funds State Spec. Rev. SFY NA 186,823,000 6,800,000 SFY NA 178,458,000 6,800,000 SFY NA 147,595,600 6,800,000 *Federal funds not separately appropriated. Funds are suballocated from overall TANF grant

16 TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION (cont.) SFY NA 128,536,251 NA SFY NA 93,375,050 NA Comments: Superseded the Income Maintenance Administration program

17 Office of Temporary and TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES (TANF) Objective: Provides assistance to needy families with children so that children can be cared for in their own homes; to reduce dependency by promoting job preparation, work and marriage; to reduce and prevent out-of-wedlock pregnancies; and to encourage the formation and maintenance of two-parent families. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62201, 62202, Year Established: 1996 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: Social Security Act, Title IV, Part A, as amended. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, Public Law Balanced Budget Act of 1997, Public Law , Welfare Reform Act of Regulation: TANF Final Rule was published in the Federal Register on April 12, NYCRR Part 369 (Family Assistance), Part 372 (EAF), 12 NYCRR 1300 (Employment) Russell Sykes Deputy Commissioner Division of Temporary Assistance (518) (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. State and local welfare agencies must operate under Department of Health and Human Services approved State plan. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local, State to Local. Type of Aid: Ongoing Formula: Consult program and/or fiscal contact. Matching Requirement: Yes Maintenance of Effort: Yes Federal Funds* State General Funds** State Spec. Rev. SFY ,895,000, ,159,000 NA SFY ,115,100, ,715,000 NA SFY ,041,198,000 1,005,424,000 NA -528-

18 TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES (cont.) Federal Funds* State General Funds** State Spec. Rev. SFY ,007,452, ,209,072 NA SFY ,330,067, ,117,000 NA *Amounts appropriated and disbursed for the TANF which includes EAF, TANF administration, and other Family Assistance programs. **Amounts appropriated and disbursed are for the Family Assistance, EAA, EAF, Safety Net and other Family Assistance programs. Comments: Effective December 1996, the TANF program replaced the AFDC, EAF, and JOBS programs

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