The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
Top-requested sites to log in to services provided by the state
TAFDC is for families with children under 18, including teen parents. If you’re pregnant, you can apply for TAFDC for yourself if your child is due in less than 4 months. To get TAFDC a family must meet basic requirements:
To be eligible for TAFDC your family's gross income must not exceed the income limits based on your household size and the type of housing you live in. Gross income is the amount before taxes or other deductions. Income you don't usually get does not count toward the limit. Don't include the income of family members who are SSI recipients or foster children, or include them in your household size.
If your benefits have no time limit, your monthly gross income must not be more than:
If your benefits have a time limit, your monthly gross income must not be more than:
If you are a teen parent, the monthly gross income of your parent(s) you live with must not be more than:
A deduction is the amount of your income that doesn't count. If your income is from a job, deductions are allowed as follows:
Your family’s total assets generally cannot add up to more than $2,500.
Assets are things of value like bank accounts and cars. If you own 1 car, $15,000 of its value does not count.
If you give assets away to qualify for TAFDC, you are not eligible.
Certain things, like the house your family lives in, do not count as assets.
You can apply for TAFDC at your local DTA office.