Cash assistance definition

Cash assistance means cash benefits provided under the family independence program, the refugee assistance program, or state disability assistance.
Cash assistance means monetary payments that a recipient is eligible to receive through the Indiana EBT program, as determined by the division. The term includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Examples of Cash assistance in a sentence

  • Cash assistance up to a maximum of $300 to alleviate the emergency by meeting basic needs for families whose total net income is at or below 110% of the current poverty level and total countable reserve is at or below $2,200.


More Definitions of Cash assistance

Cash assistance means a program administered by the Department that provides assistance to needy families with dependent children under 42 U.S.C. 601 et seq.
Cash assistance means the monthly dollar amount a recipient is eligible to receive under the Family Employment Program under Section 35A-3-302.
Cash assistance means monetary payments to a recipient of financial assistance to meet basic
Cash assistance means a monthly dollar amount of cash a client is eligible to receive
Cash assistance means the monthly dollar amount a recipient is eligible to receive
Cash assistance means payments, vouchers, and other forms of benefits designed to meet a family's ongoing basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, utilities, household goods, personal care items, and general incidental expenses. Cash assistance may include supportive services to families based on the assessment completed. All state diversion payments of less than four (4) consecutive months are not cash assistance. For the purpose of child care, county diversion payments are not cash assistance.
Cash assistance means cash payments funded by the temporary assistance for needy families block grant pursuant to the federal act and by state funds;