45 CFR 234.120 - Federal financial participation.

§ 234.120 Federal financial participation.
Federal financial participation is available in assistance payments made under a State plan under title I, IV-A, X, XIV, or XVI of the Social Security Act to any family or individual for periods beginning with the month in which they meet all eligibility conditions under the plan and in which an application has been received by the agency. Such assistance payments include:
(a) Money payments (titles I, IV-A, X, XIV, and XVI, see § 234.11 of this chapter);
(b) Protective and vendor payments for dependent children (title IV-A, see § 234.60 of this chapter);
(c) Protective payments for the aged, blind, or disabled (titles I, X, XIV, and XVI, see § 234.70 of this chapter);
(d) AFDC foster care payments (title IV-A, see § 233.110 of this chapter);
(e) Vendor payments for institutional services in intermediate care facilities (titles I, X, XIV, and XVI), but only in a State that did not, as of January 1, 1972, have an approved plan under title XIX of the act, and only until such State has such a plan in effect (see § 234.130 of this chapter);
(f) Emergency assistance to needy families with children (title IV-A, see § 233.120 of this chapter);
(g) Vendor payments for home repairs (titles I, IV-A, X, XIV, and XVI, see § 233.20(c) of this chapter); and
(h) Rent payments to public housing agencies (titles I, X, XIV, and XVI, see § 234.75 of this chapter).
[38 FR 26380, Sept. 20, 1973]

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