greatest social need
(24) The term “greatest social need” means the need caused by noneconomic factors, which include— (A) physical and mental disabilities; (B) language barriers; and (C) cultural, social, or geographical isolation, including isolation caused by racial or ethnic status, that— (i) restricts the ability of an individual to perform normal daily tasks; or (ii) threatens the capacity of the individual to live independently.
42 USC § 3002(24)
None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.