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Continuation and Longitudinal Retention of Food Stamps and Medicaid Benefits among Welfare Leavers (Text)

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  • This analysis of the retention of food stamps and Medicaid draws upon an ongoing, longitudinal study of families leaving cash assistance in Cuyahoga County. Each quarter, beginning in quarter 4, 1998, all families who leave cash assistance for at least 2 months are identified from agency records (this identification of quarterly exit cohorts will continue through quarter 4, 2000.) Each exit cohort is tracked for thirteen months. For this study, an exiter is defined as an assistance group whose OWF cash assistance case was open for at least 1 month and then closed for at least 2 consecutive months. The assistance group must have at least one adult over the age of 18 and all members of the assistance group must exit and not transfer to a new assistance group in the two-month period. The month of exit is the first month in which the assistance group does not receive an OWF check. Administrative records containing information on monthly welfare benefits (including case closing codes) and quarterly employment and earnings are compiled for all of the exiters for the year prior to and following the exit.
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  • Electronic version published 2006
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  • Cleveland, Ohio
Language
  • English
Type
  • text
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  • application/pdf
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  • ksl:2006052575
Identifier ksl:2006052575
HANDLE http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:2006052575
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