Like if someone has medicaid, but doesn't work. Do they make them look for a job or go through the workforce place? I would think if they have medicaid even if they went to work they would need assistance with child care. What if they are married? Doe s that make a difference?Just curious. Not trying to start anything. I just say a post earlier about TANF and that it paid for schooling, and i don't even know what TANF really is but i got to thinking if people on assistance had to be looking for a job to kkeep it and did they have to pay if back.Answer Question
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The goal of cash aid of any form is to get people off aid and into jobs. Therefor there are many different programs. I am in CA and it works like this. For a non-disabled adult, an individual must spend 32 hours in an activity, a couple 40. Of this activity only 12 can be used for substance abuse or mental health counseling, the rest must be used for job training, work experience, or supervised job search. So a person who is work ready must make 8 contacts per day to fulfill their obligation. One of the resources is workforce connection, the county also has a job development department for welfare clients.
Those who are not work ready can go to school for job training, there are also classes in the basics like appropriate dress for work, etc. I think it's called job keys, work-keys something like that. They will also support you with child care, bus passes or gas money, and money for work clothing.
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