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TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE

CHAPTER II—OFFICE OF FAMILY ASSISTANCE (ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS), ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

PART 233—COVERAGE AND CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY IN FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

rule
§233.10
General provisions regarding coverage and eligibility.
§233.20
Need and amount of assistance.
§233.21
Budgeting methods for OAA, AB, APTD, and AABD.
§233.22
Determining eligibility under prospective budgeting.
§233.23
When assistance shall be paid under retrospective budgeting.
§233.24
Retrospective budgeting; determining eligibility and computing the assistance payment in the initial one or two months.
§233.25
Retrospective budgeting; computing the assistance payment after the initial one or two months.
§233.26
Retrospective budgeting; determining eligibility after the initial one or two months.
§233.27
Supplemental payments under retrospective budgeting.
§233.28
Monthly reporting.
§233.29
How monthly reports are treated and what notices are required.
§233.31
Budgeting methods for AFDC.
§233.32
Payment and budget months (AFDC).
§233.33
Determining eligibility prospectively for all payment months (AFDC).
§233.34
Computing the assistance payment in the initial one or two months (AFDC).
§233.35
Computing the assistance payment under retrospective budgeting after the initial one or two months (AFDC).
§233.36
Monthly reporting (AFDC).
§233.37
How monthly reports are treated and what notices are required (AFDC).
§233.38
Waiver of monthly reporting and retrospective budgeting requirements; AFDC.
§233.39
Age.
§233.40
Residence.
§233.50
Citizenship and alienage.
§233.51
Eligibility of sponsored aliens.
§233.52
Overpayment to aliens.
§233.53
Support and maintenance assistance (including home energy assistance) in AFDC.
§233.60
Institutional status.
§233.70
Blindness.
§233.80
Disability.
§233.90
Factors specific to AFDC.
§233.100
Dependent children of unemployed parents.
§233.101
Dependent children of unemployed parents.
§233.106
Denial of AFDC benefits to strikers.
§233.107
Restriction in payment to households headed by a minor parent.
§233.110
Foster care maintenance and adoption assistance.
§233.145
Expiration of medical assistance programs under titles I, IV-A, X, XIV and XVI of the Social Security Act.


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