45 CFR 286.35 - What are proper uses of Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds?

§ 286.35 What are proper uses of Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds?
(a) Tribes may use TFAGs for expenditures that:
(1) Are reasonably calculated to accomplish the purposes of TANF, including, but not limited to, the provision to low income households with assistance in meeting home heating and cooling costs; assistance in economic development and job creation activities, the provision of supportive services to assist needy families to prepare for, obtain, and retain employment; the provision of supportive services to prevent of out-of-wedlock pregnancies, and assistance in keeping families together, or
(2) Were an authorized use of funds under the State plans for Parts A or F of title IV of the Social Security Act, as such parts were in effect on September 30, 1995.

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