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The Federal Catalog of Domestic Assistance is the most comprehensive listing of Federal grant and programs providing financial assistance. Financial assistance would include guaranteed and insured loans, funding for scholarships and other activities in addition to grant programs. Select the specific program from the list of individuals or organizations provided below:


Welfare Recipient

  • 93.645 Child Welfare Services: State Grants
  • 10.568 Emergency Food Assistance Program (Administrative Costs)
  • 10.569 Emergency Food Assistance Program (Food Commodities)
  • 17.249 Employment Services and Job Training Pilots: Demonstrations and Research
  • 93.560 Family Support Payments to States: Assistance Payments (AFDC)
  • 10.550 Food Distribution
  • 10.551 Food Stamps
  • 93.779 Health Care Financing Research, Demonstrations and Evaluations
  • 93.593 Job Opportunities for Low-Income Individuals
  • 14.191 Multifamily Housing Service Coordinators
  • 93.579 Repatriation Program
  • 96.007 Social Security: Research and Demonstration
  • 93.647 Social Services Research and Demonstration
  • 84.336 Teacher Quality Enhancement Grants
  • 93.595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies
  • 17.254 Welfare-to-Work Grants to Federally Recognized Tribes and Alaska Natives
  • 17.253 Welfare-to-Work Grants to States and Localities
  • 17.255 Workforce Investment Act

November, 2000

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