Seattle-based coalition of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients. Includes newsletter, fact sheets, and event announcements.
Dedicated to issues of importance to low-income families. Welfare myth-busting, original features, and resources for parents, kids, and job-seekers. Covers single-parent, working class, public policy and feminist issues.
An online community of nonprofit organizations concerned with low-income issues. Includes articles and alerts from participating organizations, some of which relate to welfare and workfare.
Where low-income organizers can come together to combat the shredding of the social safety net and have their efforts represented.
Works with and on behalf of low-income people to ensure that adequate income support -- public funding provided on the basis of need -- is available whenever and to the extent necessary to meet basic needs and foster healthy human and family development.
Provides information, links, newsletter, and events calendar.
The federal agency that administers the federal government's primary welfare program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
Addresses the failures of the social service system and offers advice for struggling clients.
Policy think tank that tracks welfare, Social Security, Medicare, and other domestic policy issues.
Background information and links on the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program and U.S. federal welfare policy generally.