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” CCWRO SUPPORT SERVICES – LEGAL ASSISTANCE ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION TRAINING REPRESENTATION & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN CalFRESH REFUGEE AID GA\/GR MEDI-CAL CAPI OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Senior Staff Attorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org 10-22 David Aslanan, Office Manager Region 1 Family Size Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations CalWORKs Property Limits $15,317 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $10,211 for all other households. $25,483 for a car. The car is TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $600 from the gross income 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF)Region 1Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 64% of the CalWORKs total caseload receives aid for one or two excluded family members due to a variety of racist CalWORKs penalties and sanctions. 36% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload received for all eligible family members CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt 936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt 898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 707 895 1130 1363 1597 1830 2065 2299 2532 2767 779 1000 1264 1519 1780 2043 2305 2569 2828 3094 807 1324 1641 1947 2221 2499 2746 2899 3242 3519 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 669 850 1073 1295 1518 1740 1962 2185 2408 2628 741 950 1201 1442 1692 1942 2188 2441 2686 2939 766 1257 1557 1851 2117 2377 2605 2845 3074 3347 2022-2023 CalWORKs Average Grant $805 a month CCWRO Who is Eligible to CalWORKs Child Care ? Any CalWORKs eligible par- ent, who needs child care, with or without a WtW plan, is entitled to child care, full time for one year continuously. Family Size 1-2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Family Monthly Income $ 5889 6511 7441 8632 9823 10046 10269 10492 10716 10939 11162 Famly Annual Income $ 70665 78135 89297 103584 117872 120550 123230 125909 128587 131266 133946 FY 2021-2022 Child Care Schedule of Income Ceilings – 85% M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,260 & $2,110 for the blind Trial Work $910 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2020 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $778 Couple $1,175 SSI Standard Allocation $392 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $458 PART B $144.60 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Unearned Income Deduction $20 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS SHETLTER DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $124 124 166 192 211 235 259 254 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients $233 233 259 284 302 319 350 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients $287 287 321 354 387 425 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $192 192 221 250 320 390 431 431 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 301 348 395 451 477 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 400 480 522 SSI & CAPI STANDARD DEDUCTION 1-3 – persons-$177 4 – persons- $184 5 – persons- $215 6 – persons and more- $246 Any Earned Income Deduction $65 and then 50% of remaing -countable income $ 487 – Telephone deduction $19 100% from the Gross Income $ 159.73 $ 597 Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add Person Maximum Benefits Level $250 459 658 835 992 1190 1316 1504 188 Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 100% FPL $1074 1452 1830 2209 2587 2965 3344 3722 379 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT 130% $1473 1984 2495 3007 3518 4029 44541 5052 512 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 165% FPL $1771 2396 3020 3644 4268 4893 5517 6141 625 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FP $2148 2904 3660 4418 5174 5930 6688 7444 758 $20 Minimim Benefits SSI-Single CAPI-Single SSI-Couple CAPI Couple SSI\/CAPI Couple Aged & Disabled $988 $978 $1715 $1695 $1709 Blind $932 $922 $1564 $1544 $1554 Disabled Minor $836 $826 SSI CalFresh – SNB & TNB Benefit Levels * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs Money Not Used for CalWORKs Families with Children Living in Deep Poverty * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,444,758,000 FY 19-20 $2,662,827,000 FY 20-21 $1,887,895,000 FY 21-22 $2,106,380,000 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA -5% increase $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA-1.43% increase $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1.395-1,324 Brown II 4-1-19 $748-785 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Newsom 10-1-19 $834-878 No COLA-10% increase $1,342-1,274 Newsom 19-20 $834-878 No COLA $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $834-878 No COLA $1,507-1,430 Newsom 21-22 $878-925 No COLA 5.3% grant increase $1,589-1,460 Newsom 22-23 $878-925 No COLA 11% grant increase $1,641-1,557 Newsom FY 22-23 $ 2,080,555,000 FY 23-24 $ CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients will Create in California during 2021-2022 – 330,000 jobs SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.6 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Youngest Child Age 6.8 Average Age of Parent 37 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39.4 Children under age of 1 93% Families with Childern under age of 6 47.5% Average Grantn for CalWORKs Child $314 Average Grantn for CalWORKs Child $2,812 Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 59,9% African-American 16.7% Asian 3% White 18,1% CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2021-2022 Source: California Department of Social Servces Welfare-toWork Facts 2021-2022 WtW Program Costs = $1.7 billion Monthly Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant that resulted in termination of CalWORKs = $95,540.00 per job Dollar Payments Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 3.9 Billion $7 billion 70,000 CalFresh $14 Billion 26 billion 260,000 TOTAL $17.9 Billion $33 billion 330,000 Year- July Undpl. Part Sanction % Jobs % Sec. Ed. % Transp. % 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67305 50339 43% 3754 6% 1755 3% 42917 64% 2020 52,216 37,965 42% 1,787 3% 1,637 3% 16,856 32% 2021 45,331 14,908 25% 1,500 2% 633 1% 16,135 36% 2022 ”

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” CCWRO SUPPORT SERVICES – LEGAL ASSISTANCE ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION TRAINING REPRESENTATION & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN CalFRESH REFUGEE AID GA\/GR MEDI-CAL CAPI OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Senior Staff Attorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org 1-7-22 Region 1 Family Size Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations CalWORKs Property Limits $15,317 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $10,211 for all other households. $25,483 for a car. The car is TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $600 from the gross income 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF)Region 1Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 64% of the CalWORKs total caseload receives aid for one or two excluded family members due to a variety of racist CalWORKs penalties and sanctions. 36% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload received for all eligible family members CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt 936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt 898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 579 733 925 1116 1308 1499 1691 1883 2074 2266 638 819 1035 1244 1458 1673 1887 2104 2316 2534 807 1324 1641 1947 2221 2499 2746 2899 3242 3519 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 548 696 878 1060 1243 1425 1607 1789 1971 2152 607 778 984 1181 1386 1590 1792 1999 2200 2407 766 1257 1557 1851 2117 2377 2605 2845 3074 3347 2022-2023 CalWORKs Average Grant $805 a month CCWRO Who is Eligible to CalWORKs Child Care ? Any CalWORKs eligible par- ent, who needs child care, with or without a WtW plan, is entitled to child care, full time for one year continuously. Family Size 1-2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Family Monthly Income $ 5889 6511 7441 8632 9823 10046 10269 10492 10716 10939 11162 Famly Annual Income $ 70665 78135 89297 103584 117872 120550 123230 125909 128587 131266 133946 FY 2021-2022 Child Care Schedule of Income Ceilings – 85% M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,260 & $2,110 for the blind Trial Work $910 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2020 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $778 Couple $1,175 SSI Standard Allocation $392 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $458 PART B $144.60 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Unearned Income Deduction $20 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS SHETLTER DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $124 124 166 192 211 235 259 254 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients $233 233 259 284 302 319 350 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients $287 287 321 354 387 425 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $192 192 221 250 320 390 431 431 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 301 348 395 451 477 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 400 480 522 SSI & CAPI STANDARD DEDUCTION 1-3 – persons-$177 4 – persons- $184 5 – persons- $215 6 – persons and more- $246 Any Earned Income Deduction $65 and then 50% of remaing -countable income $ 487 – Telephone deduction $19 100% from the Gross Income $ 159.73 $ 597 Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add Person Maximum Benefits Level $250 459 658 835 992 1190 1316 1504 188 Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 100% FPL $1074 1452 1830 2209 2587 2965 3344 3722 379 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT 130% $1396 1888 2379 2871 3363 3855 4347 4839 492 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 165% FPL $1771 2396 3020 3644 4268 4893 5517 6141 625 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FP $2148 2904 3660 4418 5174 5930 6688 7444 758 $20 Minimim Benefits SSI-Single CAPI-Single SSI-Couple CAPI Couple SSI\/CAPI Couple Aged & Disabled $988 $978 $1715 $1695 $1709 Blind $932 $922 $1564 $1544 $1554 Disabled Minor $836 $826 SSI CalFresh – SNB & TNB Benefit Levels * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs Money Not Used for CalWORKs Families with Children Living in Deep Poverty * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,444,758,000 FY 19-20 $2,662,827,000 FY 20-21 $1,887,895,000 FY 21-22 $2,106,380,000 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA -5% increase $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA-1.43% increase $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1.395-1,324 Brown II 4-1-19 $748-785 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Newsom 10-1-19 $834-878 No COLA-10% increase $1,342-1,274 Newsom 19-20 $834-878 No COLA $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $834-878 No COLA $1,507-1,430 Newsom 21-22 $878-925 No COLA 5.3% grant increase $1,589-1,460 Newsom 22-23 $878-925 No COLA 11% grant increase $1,641-1,557 Newsom FY 22-23 $ 2,080,555,000 FY 23-24 $ CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients will Create in California during 2021-2022 – 330,000 jobs SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.6 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Youngest Child Age 6.8 Average Age of Parent 37 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39.4 Children under age of 1 93% Families with Childern under age of 6 47.5% Average Grantn for CalWORKs Child $314 Average Grantn for CalWORKs Child $2,812 Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 59,9% African-American 16.7% Asian 3% White 18,1% CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2021-2022 Source: California Department of Social Servces Welfare-toWork Facts 2021-2022 WtW Program Costs = $1.7 billion Monthly Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant that resulted in termination of CalWORKs = $95,540.00 per job Dollar Payments Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 3.9 Billion $7 billion 70,000 CalFresh $14 Billion 26 billion 260,000 TOTAL $17.9 Billion $33 billion 330,000 Year- July Undpl. Part Sanction % Jobs % Sec. Ed. % Transp. % 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67305 50339 43% 3754 6% 1755 3% 42917 64% 2020 52,216 37,965 42% 1,787 3% 1,637 3% 16,856 32% 2021 45,331 14,908 25% 1,500 2% 633 1% 16,135 36% 2022 ”

pdf CCWRO Public Assistance Tables – Effective October 1, 2021

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” CCWRO SUPPORT SERVICES – LEGAL ASSISTANCE ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION TRAINING REPRESENTATION & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN CalFRESH REFUGEE AID GA\/GR MEDI-CAL CAPI OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Senior Staff Attorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org 10-1-21 Region 1 Family Size Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations CalWORKs Property Limits $15,317 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $10,211 for all other households. $25,483 for a car. The car is TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $550 from the gross income 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF)Region 1Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 64% of the CalWORKs total caseload receives aid for one or two excluded family members due to a variety of racist CalWORKs penalties and sanctions. 36% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload received for all eligible family members CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt 936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt 898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 579 733 925 1116 1308 1499 1691 1883 2074 2266 638 819 1035 1244 1458 1673 1887 2104 2316 2534 757 1242 1589 1825 2083 2343 2575 2802 3041 3300 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 548 696 878 1060 1243 1425 1607 1789 1971 2152 607 778 984 1181 1386 1590 1792 1999 2200 2407 718 1179 1460 1736 1985 2229 2443 2668 2883 3139 2021-2022 CalWORKs Average Grant $752 a month CCWRO Who is Eligible to CalWORKs Child Care ? Any CalWORKs eligible par- ent, who needs child care, with or without a WtW plan, is entitled to child care, full time or part time for one year continuously. Family Size 1-2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Family Monthly Income $ 5889 6511 7441 8632 9823 10046 10269 10492 10716 10939 11162 Famly Annual Income $ 70665 78135 89297 103584 117872 120550 123230 125909 128587 131266 133946 FY 2021-2022 Child Care Schedule of Inc0me Ceilings – 85% M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,260 & $2,110 for the blind Trial Work $910 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2020 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $778 Couple $1,175 SSI Standard Allocation $392 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $458 PART B $144.60 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Unearned Income Deduction $20 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS SHETLTER DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $124 124 166 192 211 235 259 254 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients $233 233 259 284 302 319 350 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients $287 287 321 354 387 425 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient $192 192 221 250 320 390 431 431 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 301 348 395 451 477 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 400 480 522 SSI & CAPI STANDARD DEDUCTION 1-3 – persons-$177 4 – persons- $184 5 – persons- $215 6 – persons and more- $246 Any Earned Income Deduction $65 and then 50% of remaing -countable income $ 487 – Telephone deduction $19 100% from the Gross Income $ 159.73 $ 597 Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add Person Maximum Benefits Level $250 459 658 835 992 1190 1316 1504 188 Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 100% FPL $1074 1452 1830 2209 2587 2965 3344 3722 379 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT 130% $1396 1888 2379 2871 3363 3855 4347 4839 492 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. 165% FPL $1771 2396 3020 3644 4268 4893 5517 6141 625 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FP $2148 2904 3660 4418 5174 5930 6688 7444 758 $20 Minimim Benefits SSI-Single CAPI-Single SSI-Couple CAPI Couple SSI\/CAPI Couple Aged & Disabled $988 $978 $1715 $1695 $1709 Blind $932 $922 $1564 $1544 $1554 Disabled Minor $836 $826 SSI CalFresh – SNB & TNB Benefit Levels * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs Money Not Used for CalWORKs Families with Children Living in Deep Poverty * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,444,758,000 FY 19-20 $2,662,827,000 FY 20-21 $1,887,895,000 FY 21-22 $ 1,929813,000 * Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA -5% increase $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA-1.43% increase $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1.395-1,324 Brown II 4-1-19 $748-785 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Newsom 10-1-19 $834-878 No COLA-10% increase $1,342-1,274 Newsom 19-20 $834-878 No COLA $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $834-878 No COLA $1,507-1,430 Newsom 21-22 $878-925 No COLA 5.3% grant increase $1,589-1,460 Newsom * 2021-2022 Gov. May revise Budget CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients will Create in California during 2021-2022 – 310,000 jobs SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.6 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Youngest Child Age 6.5 Average Age of Parent 36.5 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 38.3% Children under age of 1 9.2% Families with Childern under age of 6 49.9% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 59,9% African-American 15.2% Asian 2.5.% White 20% CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2021-2022 Source: California Department of Social Servces Welfare-toWork Facts 2021-2022 WtW Program Costs = $1.7 billion Monthly Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant that resulted in termination of CalWORKs = $95,540.00 per job Dollar Payments Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 3.7 Billion $7.0 billion 70,000 CalFresh $12 Billion 21 billion 210,000 TOTAL $15.7 Billion $28 billion 310,000 Year- July Undpl. Part Sanction % Jobs % Sec. Ed. % Transp. % 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67305 50339 43% 3754 6% 1755 3% 42917 64% 2020 52,216 37,965 42% 1,787 3% 1,637 3% 16,856 32% 2021 45,331 14,908 25% 1,500 2% 633 1% 16,135 36% 2022 ”

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” CCWRO SUPPORT SERVICES – LEGAL ASSISTANCE ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION TRAINING REPRESENTATION & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN CalFRESH REFUGEE AID GA\/GR MEDI-CAL CAPI OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Senior Staff Attorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Region 1 Family Size Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations CalWORKs Property Limits $15,000 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $10,000 for all other households. $25,000 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $500 from the gross income 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF)Region 1Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 64% of the CalWORKs total caseload receives aid for one or two excluded family members due to a variety of racist CalWORKs penalties and sanctions. Eff. 10- 1- 20 36% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload received for all eligible family members CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 550 696 878 1060 1242 1424 1606 1788 1970 2152 606 778 983 1181 1385 1598 1792 1998 2199 2406 741 1216 1507 1788 2040 2295 2522 2744 2978 3232 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 520 661 834 1007 1180 1353 1526 1699 1872 2044 576 739 934 1122 1316 1510 1702 1898 2089 2286 703 1155 1430 1700 1944 2183 2393 2613 2823 3074 2020-2021 CalWORKs Average Grant $583 a month CCWRO Who is Eligible to CalWORKs Child Care ? Any CalWORKs eligible par- ent, who needs child care, with or without a WtW plan, is entitled to child care, full time or part time for one year continuously. M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,260 & $2,110 for the blind Trial Work $910 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2020 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI – Single CAPI-SIngle SSI – Couple CAPI-Couple SSI\/CAPI-Couple $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 Blind Aged & Dis. Disabled Minor 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $778 Couple $1,175 SSI Standard Allocation $392 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $458 PART B $144.60 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Unearned Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,383 1,868 2,353 2,839 3,324 3,809 4,295 4,780 $486 $1,064 1,437 1,810 2,184 2,557 2,930 3,304 3,677 $374 $204 374 535 680 807 969 1,071 1,224 $153 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $586 (max) Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,755 2,371 2,987 3,603 4,219 4,835 5,451 6,067 $616 Household Size $2,128 2,874 3,620 4,368 5,114 5,860 6,608 7,354 $748 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $438 (max) $157100% from the Gross Income NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 70 70 96 116 130 144 147 144 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 135 172 205 234 259 280 297 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 191 191 265 306 343 376 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 115 115 123 136 146 162 179 179 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 258 282 287 292 309 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 395 438 43 SSI & CAPI SSI SNAP\/Food Stamp Cash-Out State Benefits STANDARD DEDUCTION 1-3 – persons-$167 4 – persons-$181 5 – persons-$212 6 – persons and more- $243 Any Earned Income Deduction $65 and then 50% of remaing -countable income * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2020-2021 * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,312,158,000 FY 19-20 $2,312,158,000 FY 20-21 $2,003,000,000 FY 21-22 COMING SOON Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA -5% increase $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA-1.43% increase $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1.395-1,324 Brown II 4-1-19 $748-785 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Newsom 10-1-19 $834-878 No COLA-10% increase $1,342-1,274 Newsom 19-20 $834-878 No COLA $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $834-878 No COLA $1,507-1,430 Newsom 21-22 Newsom CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients will Create in California during 2020-2021 – 215,000 jobs SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 6.3 Average Age of Parent 36.2 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 38.3% Children under age of 1 10.3% Families with Childern under age of 6 51.6% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 60% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 21% CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2020-2021 Source: California Department of Social Servces Welfare-toWork Facts 2020-20221 WtW Program Costs = $1.8 billion Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant that resulted in termination of CalWORKs = $66,448.00 per job $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 2.8 Billion $5.0 billion 50,000 CalFresh $9.2 Billion $16.5 billion 165,000 TOTAL $11 Billion $21.5 billion 215,000 Year- July Undpl. Part Sanction % Jobs % Sec. Ed. % Transp. % 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67305 50339 43% 3754 6% 1755 3% 42917 64% 2020 52,216 37,965 42% 1,787 3% 1,637 3% 16,856 32% 2021 2022 ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, SeniorAttorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher [email protected] David Aslanian, Staff Assistsant [email protected] Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $15,000 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $10,000 for all other households. $25,000 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Does Earned Income Impact the CalWORKs Case 1 Substract the Standard Deduction of $500 from the gross income 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs monthly benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2019-2020 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 64% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. 36% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 550 696 878 1060 1242 1424 1606 1788 1970 2152 606 778 983 1181 1385 1589 1792 1998 2199 2406 741 1216 1507 1788 2040 2295 2522 2744 2978 3232 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 520 661 834 1007 1180 1353 1526 1699 1872 2044 576 739 934 1122 1316 1510 1702 1898 2089 2286 703 1155 1430 1700 1944 2183 2393 2613 2823 3074 2020 CalWORKs Average Grant Level Family of 3 Months Average Grant Percentage of the federal poverty level of 2019 1\/1\/20 $568 32% 4\/1\/20 $629 35% 10\/1\/20 $682 38% SSI – Single CAPI-SIngle SSI – Couple CAPI-Couple SSI\/CAPI-Couple $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 Blind Aged & Dis. Disabled Minor $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 SSI & CAPI Any parent who is getting CalWORKs and needs child care – for nonstop12 months. Eff. 7-1-20 Source: DSS 3-20 CW 237CW Report CCWRO.ORG M e d i – C a l SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,220 & $2,040 for the blind Trial Work $880 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $771 Couple $1,157 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Eff. 8-2020 $1,488 Couple $1,638 Eff. 8-2020 $2,003 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $437 PART B $135.50 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,354 1,832 2,311 2,790 3,269 3,748 4,227 4,705 $479 $1,041 1,410 1,778 2,146 2,515 2,883 3,251 3,620 $369 $194 355 509 646 768 921 1,018 1,164 $148 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level 1-2 persons-$167 4 persons- $178 5 persons- $209 6 persons+- $240 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,718 2,326 2,933 3,541 4,149 4,757 5,364 5,972 $608 Household Size $2,082 2,820 3,556 4,292 5,030 5,766 6,502 7,240 $737 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $432 (max) $152100% from the Gross Income NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $167 Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 70 70 96 116 130 144 147 144 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 135 172 205 234 259 280 297 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 191 191 265 306 343 376 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 115 115 123 136 146 162 179 179 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 258 282 287 292 309 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 395 438 43 SSI CalFresh\/SNAP\/Food Stamp Cash-Out State Benefits Family Size 1 2 2 Adult 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Each Add’l Person Maintenance of Need -Since 1989 $600 750 750 943 1100 1259 1417 1550 1692 1825 1959 + $14 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) 1064 1437 1437 1810 2184 2557 2930 2304 3677 4050 4424 374 133% FPL- ACA Children & Title XXI Expansiton Children ages 6-10 1415 1911 1911 2408 2904 3401 3897 4394 4890 5387 5884 497 138% FPL – AACA New adu;ts Ages 19-64 & Full Scope for ACA Pregnant Persons 1468 1983 1983 2498 3013 3529 4044 4559 5074 5589 6105 516 185% FPL – Transitional Medi-Cal 1968 2658 2658 3349 4040 4730 5421 6112 6802 7493 8184 691 213 FPL – ACA Pregnant Persons, pregnancy relatred to Medi-Cal 2265 3061 3061 3856 4651 5446 6241 7037 7832 8627 9422 796 250% FPL – Working Disabled Program 2659 3592 3592 4525 5459 6392 7325 8259 9192 10125 11059 934 $569 Max. CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2019-2020 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA-+1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,395-1,324 Brown II 19-20 $834-878 No COLA-+10% $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $860-905 No COLA-+3.1% $1,507-1,586 Newsom 21-22 Newsom 22-23 Newsom No COLA*- Budget Grant Increase State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,522,729,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,308,527,000 FY 18-19 $2,444,758,000 FY 19-20 $2,661,055,000 FY 20-21 $2,592,550,000 FY 21-22 FY 22-23 FY 23-24 FY 24-25 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 & 25A reports for the month of July of each year Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Created in California During 2019-2020 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2020-2021 Source: CDSS Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $1.7 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $68,500 CalWORKs $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 3.03 Billion $5.4 billion 50,400 CalFresh $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalFresh $6 Billion $11 billion 110,000 Total jobs created by CalWORKs and CalFresh during 2019-2020 160,400 jobs Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 1.9 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 35.9 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 41.1% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29.9 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 61.5% African-American 15.2% Asian 3.% White 18.3% Asian 3.% Children under age of 1 10.7% Child 2-5 Years % Families with Childern under age of 6 52.2% Year\/ July Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Secondary Education Transportation 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67,305 50,651 43% 2,460 3.7% 2,161 3.2% 42,917 64% 2020 2021 2022 2023 ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, SeniorAttorney [email protected] Andrew Chen, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Does Earned Income Impact the CalWORKs Case 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $225 from the gross inocme 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2019-2020 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 60% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. 40% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 550 696 878 1060 1242 1424 1606 1788 1970 2152 606 778 983 1181 1385 1589 1792 1998 2199 2406 714 1172 1453 1724 1967 2213 2432 2646 2871 3116 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 520 661 834 1007 1180 1353 1526 1699 1872 2044 576 739 934 1122 1316 1510 1702 1898 2089 2286 678 1114 1379 1639 1874 2105 2307 1519 2722 2964 2019 CalWORKs Average Grant Level Family of 3 Months Average Grant Percentage of the federal poverty level of 2019 1\/1\/19 $568 32% 4\/1\/19 $629 35% 10\/1\/19 $682 38% SSI – Single CAPI-SIngle SSI – Couple CAPI-Couple SSI\/CAPI-Couple $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 Blind Aged & Dis. Disabled Minor $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 SSI & CAPI Any parent who is getting CalWORKs and needs child care – for nonstop12 months. M e d i – C a l SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,220 & $2,040 for the blind Trial Work $880 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $771 Couple $1,157 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $437 PART B $135.50 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,354 1,832 2,311 2,790 3,269 3,748 4,227 4,705 $479 $1,041 1,410 1,778 2,146 2,515 2,883 3,251 3,620 $369 $194 355 509 646 768 921 1,018 1,164 $148 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level 1-2 persons-$167 4 persons- $178 5 persons- $209 6 persons+- $240 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTION HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,718 2,326 2,933 3,541 4,149 4,757 5,364 5,972 $608 Household Size $2,082 2,820 3,556 4,292 5,030 5,766 6,502 7,240 $737 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $432 (max) $152 100% from the Gross Income NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $167 Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 70 70 96 116 130 144 147 144 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 135 172 205 234 259 280 297 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 191 191 265 306 343 376 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 115 115 123 136 146 162 179 179 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 258 282 287 292 309 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 395 438 43 SSI CalFresh\/SNAP\/Food Stamp Cash-Out State Benefits Family Size 1 2 2 Adult 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Each Add’l Person Maintenance of Need -Since 1989 $600 750 750 943 1100 1259 1417 1550 1692 1825 1959 + $14 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) 1064 1437 1437 1810 2184 2557 2930 2304 3677 4050 4424 374 133% FPL- ACA Children & Title XXI Expansiton Children ages 6-10 1415 1911 1911 2408 2904 3401 3897 4394 4890 5387 5884 497 138% FPL – AACA New adu;ts Ages 19-64 & Full Scope for ACA Pregnant Persons 1468 1983 1983 2498 3013 3529 4044 4559 5074 5589 6105 516 185% FPL – Transitional Medi-Cal 1968 2658 2658 3349 4040 4730 5421 6112 6802 7493 8184 691 213 FPL – ACA Pregnant Persons, pregnancy relatred to Medi-Cal 2265 3061 3061 3856 4651 5446 6241 7037 7832 8627 9422 796 $569 Max. CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2019-2020 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MB- SAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,522,729,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,308,527,000 FY 18-19 $2,444,758,000 FY 19-20 $2,661,055,000 FY 20-21 $2,592,550,000 FY 21-22 Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,395-1,324 Brown II 19-20 $834-878 No COLA- +10% $1,453-1,379 Newsom 20-21 $860-905 No COLA- +3.1% Newsom 21-22 Newsom No COLA*- Budget Grant Increase CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Created in California During 2019-2020 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2020-2021 Source: CDSS Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $1.7 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $68,500 CalWORKs $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalWORKs $ 3.03 Billion $5.4 billion 50,400 CalFresh $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created CalFresh $6 Billion $11 billion 110,000 Total jobs created by CalWORKs and CalFresh during 2019-2020 160,400 jobs Year\/ July Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Secondary Education Transportation 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% 2019 67,305 50,651 43% 2,460 3.7% 2,161 3.2% 42,917 64% Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 1.9 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 35.9 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 41.1% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29.9 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 61.5% African-American 15.2% Asian 3.% White 18.3% Asian 3.% Children under age of 1 10.7% Child 2-5 Years % Families with Childern under age of 6 52.2% ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 635 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $225 from the gross inocme 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2019-2020 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 63% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. Oct. 1019 37% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 550 696 878 1060 1242 1424 1606 1788 1970 2152 606 778 983 1181 1385 1589 1792 1998 2199 714 1172 1453 1724 1967 2213 2432 2646 2871 3116 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 520 661 834 1007 1180 1353 1526 1699 1872 2044 576 739 934 1122 1316 1510 1702 1898 2089 2286 678 1114 1379 1639 1874 2105 2307 1519 2722 2964 70% – Initial Cert. 1 4,173 2 4,173 3 4,502 4 5,256 5 6,098 6 6,939 7 7,254 8 7,570 9 7,727 10 7,885 85% – Recertification 1 5,067 2 5,067 3 5,467 4 6,383 5 7,404 6 8,426 7 8,809 8 9,000 9 9,383 10 9,575 2019 CalWORKs Average Grant Level Family of 3 Months Average Grant Percentage of the federal poverty level of 2019 1\/1\/19 $568 32% 4\/1\/19 $629 35% 10\/1\/19 $682 38% M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,220 & $2,040 for the blind Trial Work $880 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI – Single CAPI-SIngle SSI – Couple CAPI-Couple SSI\/CAPI-Couple $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.15 $1,705.19 $836.15 $826.15 Blind Aged & Dis. Disabled Minor 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $771 Couple $1,157 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,271 Couple $1,720 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $437 PART B $135.50 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $1,354 1,832 2,311 2,790 3,269 3,748 4,227 4,705 $479 $1,041 1,410 1,778 2,146 2,515 2,883 3,251 3,620 $369 $194 355 509 646 768 921 1,018 1,164 $148 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $569 (max) 1-2 persons-$167 4 persons- $178 5 persons- $209 6 persons+- $240 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DE- HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,718 2,326 2,933 3,541 4,149 4,757 5,364 5,972 $608 Household Size $2,082 2,820 3,556 4,292 5,028 5,765 6,502 7,238 $737 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $432 (max) $152100% from the Gross Income NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $167 $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 70 70 96 116 130 144 147 144 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 135 172 205 234 259 280 297 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 191 191 265 306 343 376 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 115 115 123 136 146 162 179 179 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 258 282 287 292 309 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 395 438 43 SSI & CAPI SSI SNAP\/Food Stamp Cash-Out State Benefits Additional Person Eff. Oct. 1019 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 FY 19-20 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History $2,557,119,000 No COLA 18-19 $785-748 No COLA $1,395-1,324 Brown II 19-20 $878-834 No COLA $1,453-1,379 Newsom Effective 10-19 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2019-2020 Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July CalWORKs $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created $ 2.8 Billion $5.0 billion 50,300 CalFresh $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created $6.1 Billion $11 billion 110,000 Total jobs created by CalWORKs and CalFresh during 2018-2019 160,573 jobs ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $225 from the gross inocme 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2019-2020 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties 60% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 4- 1- 19 40% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 391 635 785 937 1065 1196 1315 1431 1548 1662 431 710 879 1044 1188 1335 1467 1599 1728 1858 686 1125 1135 1655 1889 2125 2335 2541 2757 2992 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 370 604 748 891 1014 1139 1250 1363 1474 1582 411 678 838 994 1134 1273 1399 1524 1648 1771 651 1070 1324 1574 1799 2021 2215 2419 2614 2846 70% – Initial Cert. 1 4,173 2 4,173 3 4,502 4 5,256 5 6,098 6 6,939 7 7,254 8 7,570 9 7,727 10 7,885 85% – Recertification 1 5,067 2 5,067 3 5,467 4 6,383 5 7,404 6 8,426 7 8,809 8 9,000 9 9,383 10 9,575 2019 CalWORKs Average Grant Level Family of 3 Months Average Grant Percentage of the federal poverty level of 2019 1\/1\/19 $568 32% 4\/1\/19 $629 35% 10\/1\/19 $682 38% M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,135 1,536 1,536 1,938 2,339 2,741 3,142 3,544 3,945 4,347 4,748 +402 1,437 1,945 1,945 2,453 2,962 3,470 3,978 4,487 4,995 5,503 6,012 +509 1,666 2,255 2,225 2,844 3,434 4,023 4,612 5,202 5,791 6,380 6,970 +590 2,217 3,002 3,002 3,787 4,471 5,356 6,140 6,925 7,709 8,494 9,278 +785 2,603 3,523 3,523 4,444 5,365 6,286 7,207 8,128 9,048 9,969 10,890 +921 2,796 3,749 3,749 4,729 5,708 6,688 7,668 8,648 9,627 10,607 11,587 +980 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,220 & $2,040 for the blind Trial Work $880 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI – Single CAPI-SIngle SSI – Couple CAPI-Couple SSI\/CAPI-Couple $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 Blind Aged & Dis. Disabled Minor 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $771 Couple $1,157 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $437 PART B $135.50 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,358 1,832 2,311 2,790 3,268 3,747 4,226 4,705 $479 $1,041 1,409 1,778 2,146 2,514 2,883 3,251 3,619 $368 $192 353 505 642 762 914 1,011 1,155 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $552 (max) 1-2 persons-$164 4 persons- $174 5 persons- $204 6 persons+- $234 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) CHILD CARE COSTS DE- HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTIONSTANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,717 2,325 2,933 3,541 4,148 4,756 5,364 5,972 $608 Household Size $2,103 2,847 3,591 4,335 5,079 5,823 6,567 7,311 $745 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $397 (max) $143100% from the Gross Income NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $164 $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 Supplemental & Transitional Nurtrition Benefits Household Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 70 70 96 116 130 144 147 144 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 135 172 205 234 259 280 297 Supplemental Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 191 191 265 306 343 376 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 1 SSI recipient 115 115 123 136 146 162 179 179 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 2 SSI recipients 192 192 258 282 287 292 309 Transitional Nurtrition Benefits for previously excluded 3 SSI recipients 192 192 352 395 438 43 SSI & CAPI SSI SNAP\/Food Stamp Cash-Out State Benefits CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 FY 19-20 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History $2,557,119,000 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2019-2020 Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July CalWORKs $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created $ 2.8 Billion $5.0 billion 50,300 CalFresh $ Payments to Beneficiaries Economic Multiplier- 1.79% Jobs Created $6.1 Billion $11 billion 110,000 Total jobs created by CalWORKs and CalFresh during 2018-2019 160,573 jobs ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Erin Simonitch, Staff Attorney [email protected] Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1 Substracy the Standard Deduction of $225 from the gross inocme 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2018-2019 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemental Poverty Level 1 $279 $1012 $1418 28% 20% 2 $451 $1372 $1923 33% 23% 3 $557 $1732 $2428 32% 23% 4 $662 $2092 $3437 32% 19% 5 $757 $2452 $3942 31% 19% 6 $846 $3172 $4447 27% 19% Assistance Unit Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplementlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1012 $1418 0% 0% 2 1 $279 $1372 $1923 20% 15% 3 2 $451 $1732 $2428 26% 19% 4 3 $557 $2092 $3437 27% 16% 5 4 $662 $2452 $3942 27% 17% 6 5 $757 $3172 $4447 24% 17% 60% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 10-1-18 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 40% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 686 1125 1135 1655 1889 2125 2335 2541 2757 2992 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 374 616 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 651 1070 1324 1574 1799 2021 2215 2419 2614 2846 70% – Initial Cert. 1 4,173 2 4,173 3 4,502 4 5,256 5 6,098 6 6,939 7 7,254 8 7,570 9 7,727 10 7,885 85% – Recertification 1 5,067 2 5,067 3 5,467 4 6,383 5 7,404 6 8,426 7 8,809 8 9,000 9 9,383 10 9,575 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,103 1,496 1,496 1,888 2,280 2,673 3,065 3,458 3,850 4,242 4,635 +393 1,397 1,893 1,893 2,390 2,887 3,384 3,881 4,377 4,874 5,371 5,868 +497 1,619 2,195 2,195 2,771 3,347 3,923 4,499 5,075 5,651 6,227 6,803 +576 2,155 2,922 2,922 3,689 4,456 5,223 5,989 6,756 7,523 8,290 9,057 +767 2,530 3,430 3,430 4,330 5,230 6,130 7,030 7,930 8,830 9,730 10,630 +900 2,692 3,649 3,649 4,607 5,564 6,522 7,480 8,437 9,395 10,352 11,310 +958s Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $2,040 Trial Work $880 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 BLIND Aged & Dis. DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $771 Couple $1,157 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $437 PART B $135.50 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,316 1,784 2,252 2,720 3,188 3,656 4,124 4,592 $468 $1,012 1,372 1,732 2,092 2,452 2,812 3,172 3,532 $360 $192 353 505 642 762 914 1,011 1,155 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $552 (max) 1-2 persons-$164 4 persons- $174 5 persons- $204 6 persons+- $234 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross in- come test for an elderly or disabled household. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,670 2,264 2,858 3,452 4,046 4,640 5,234 5,828 $594 Household Size $2,024 2,744 3,464 4,184 4,904 5,624 6,344 7,064 $720 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $164 $988.23 $978.23 $1,715.19 $1,695.19 $1,705.19 $931.72 $921.72 $1,564.14 $1,544.14 $1,554.14 $836.15 $826.15 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 FY 19-20 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History $2,557,119,000 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2018-2019 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2018-2019 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemental Poverty Level 1 $279 $1012 $1418 28% 20% 2 $451 $1372 $1923 33% 23% 3 $557 $1732 $2428 32% 23% 4 $662 $2092 $3437 32% 19% 5 $757 $2452 $3942 31% 19% 6 $846 $3172 $4447 27% 19% Assistance Unit Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplementlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1012 $1418 0% 0% 2 1 $279 $1372 $1923 20% 15% 3 2 $451 $1732 $2428 26% 19% 4 3 $557 $2092 $3437 27% 16% 5 4 $662 $2452 $3942 27% 17% 6 5 $757 $3172 $4447 24% 17% 60% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 10-1-18 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 40% of the CalWORKs Total Caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & Supplemental Poverty Level (SPL) for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-nonexempt $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 686 1125 1395 1655 1889 2125 2335 2541 2757 2992 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 374 616 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 651 1070 1324 1574 1799 2021 2215 2419 2614 2846 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,103 1,496 1,496 1,888 2,280 2,673 3,065 3,458 3,850 4,242 4,635 +393 1,397 1,893 1,893 2,390 2,887 3,384 3,881 4,377 4,874 5,371 5,868 +497 1,619 2,195 2,195 2,771 3,347 3,923 4,499 5,075 5,651 6,227 6,803 +576 2,155 2,922 2,922 3,689 4,456 5,223 5,989 6,756 7,523 8,290 9,057 +767 2,530 3,430 3,430 4,330 5,230 6,130 7,030 7,930 8,830 9,730 10,630 +900 2,692 3,649 3,649 4,607 5,564 6,522 7,480 8,437 9,395 10,352 11,310 +958s Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,316 1,784 2,252 2,720 3,188 3,656 4,124 4,592 $468 $1,012 1,372 1,732 2,092 2,452 2,812 3,172 3,532 $360 $192 353 505 642 762 914 1,011 1,155 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $552 (max) 1-2 persons-$164 4 persons- $174 5 persons- $204 6 persons+- $234 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross in- come test for an elderly or disabled household. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,670 2,264 2,858 3,452 4,046 4,640 5,234 5,828 $594 Household Size $2,024 2,744 3,464 4,184 4,904 5,624 6,344 7,064 $720 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI 3 persons- $164 $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORKs\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2018-2019 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2017-2018 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $279 $1012 $1418 28% 20% 2 $451 $1372 $1923 33% 23% 3 $557 $1732 $2428 32% 23% 4 $662 $2092 $3437 32% 19% 5 $757 $2452 $3942 31% 19% 6 $846 $3172 $4447 27% 19% Assistance Unit Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1012 $1418 0% 0% 2 1 $279 $1372 $1923 20% 15% 3 2 $451 $1732 $2428 26% 19% 4 3 $557 $2092 $3437 27% 16% 5 4 $662 $2452 $3942 27% 17% 6 5 $757 $3172 $4447 24% 17% 60% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 7-1-18 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 40% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-exempt $898 1380 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 686 1125 1135 1655 1889 2125 2335 2541 2757 2992 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 374 616 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 651 1070 1324 1574 1799 2021 2215 2419 2614 2846 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,103 1,496 1,496 1,888 2,280 2,673 3,065 3,458 3,850 4,242 4,635 +393 1,397 1,893 1,893 2,390 2,887 3,384 3,881 4,377 4,874 5,371 5,868 +497 1,619 2,195 2,195 2,771 3,347 3,923 4,499 5,075 5,651 6,227 6,803 +576 2,155 2,922 2,922 3,689 4,456 5,223 5,989 6,756 7,523 8,290 9,057 +767 2,530 3,430 3,430 4,330 5,230 6,130 7,030 7,930 8,830 9,730 10,630 +900 2,692 3,649 3,649 4,607 5,564 6,522 7,480 8,437 9,395 10,352 11,310 +958s Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,307 1,760 2,213 2,665 3,118 3,571 4,024 4,477 $453 $1,005 1,354 1,702 2,050 2,399 2,747 3,095 3,444 $349 $192 352 504 640 760 913 1,009 1,153 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $535 (max) 1-3 persons-$160 4 persons-$170 5 persons-$199 6 persons+-$228 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,659 2,233 2,808 3,383 3,958 4,532 5,107 5,682 $575 Household Size $2,010 2,708 3,404 4,100 4,789 5,494 6,190 6,888 $698 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $680-714 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORK\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2018-2019 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 4% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Researcher, Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2017-2018 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $279 $1012 $1418 28% 20% 2 $451 $1372 $1923 33% 23% 3 $557 $1732 $2428 32% 23% 4 $662 $2092 $3437 32% 19% 5 $757 $2452 $3942 31% 19% 6 $846 $3172 $4447 27% 19% Assistance Unit Size 2018 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2018 Federal Poverty Level 2018 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1012 $1418 0% 0% 2 1 $279 $1372 $1923 20% 15% 3 2 $451 $1732 $2428 26% 19% 4 3 $557 $2092 $3437 27% 16% 5 4 $662 $2452 $3942 27% 17% 6 5 $757 $3172 $4447 24% 17% 60% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 5-1-18 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 40% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-exempt $898 1380 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 660 1082 1342 1592 1817 2044 2246 2444 2652 2878 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 374 616 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 626 1029 1274 1514 1730 1944 2131 2327 2514 2738 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 ACA Parents and Relative Caretakers-109% Medi-Cal MAGI – ACA New Adults ages 19-64-138% All children get free Medi-Cal -160% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Working Disabled Program-250% All kids 0-18 premium of $13 per child – max $39 amonth-266% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 1,103 1,496 1,496 1,888 2,280 2,673 3,065 3,458 3,850 4,242 4,635 +393 1,397 1,893 1,893 2,390 2,887 3,384 3,881 4,377 4,874 5,371 5,868 +497 1,619 2,195 2,195 2,771 3,347 3,923 4,499 5,075 5,651 6,227 6,803 +576 2,155 2,922 2,922 3,689 4,456 5,223 5,989 6,756 7,523 8,290 9,057 +767 2,530 3,430 3,430 4,330 5,230 6,130 7,030 7,930 8,830 9,730 10,630 +900 2,692 3,649 3,649 4,607 5,564 6,522 7,480 8,437 9,395 10,352 11,310 +958s Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,307 1,760 2,213 2,665 3,118 3,571 4,024 4,477 $453 $1,005 1,354 1,702 2,050 2,399 2,747 3,095 3,444 $349 $192 352 504 640 760 913 1,009 1,153 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $535 (max) 1-3 persons-$160 4 persons-$170 5 persons-$199 6 persons+-$228 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,659 2,233 2,808 3,383 3,958 4,532 5,107 5,682 $575 Household Size $2,010 2,708 3,404 4,100 4,789 5,494 6,190 6,888 $698 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI NOTE: Children 0-18 get Medi-Cal regardless of their immigration status Non-Magi Medi-Cal Asset test Just Like SSI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 30 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 Federal TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.9 billion Total Federal TANF Block Grant Used for the CalWORKs Program: $1.9 Billion What about the $2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2018-2019 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $608-638 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II 18-19 $608-638 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,661,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,661,764,000 FY 16-17 $2,076,557,000 FY 17-18 $2,312,158,000 FY 18-19 $2,404,295,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORK\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2018-2019 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2018-2019 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.4 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $59,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 59% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 80762 56820 41% 3841 5% 3444 4% 51566 64% Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation July ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Researcher [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2017-2018 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $249 $1005 $1247 25% 20% 2 $403 $1353 $1742 30% 23% 3 $497 $1702 $2480 29% 20% 4 $591 $2050 $2889 29% 20% 5 $676 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 $755 $3095 $3658 24% 21% Assistance Unit Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1005 $1247 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1353 $1742 20% 16% 3 2 $452 $1702 $2480 27% 18% 4 3 $600 $2050 $2889 29% 21% 5 4 $668 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $3095 $3658 25% 21% 52% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 1-1-18 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 48% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 IRT-exempt $898 1380 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 660 1082 1342 1592 1817 2044 2246 2444 2652 2878 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 374 616 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 626 1029 1274 1514 1730 1944 2131 2327 2514 2738 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) for families with cldr from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Medi-Cal MAGI-138% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,366 1,842 1,842 2,318 2,795 3,271 3,747 4,224 4,702 5,181 5,660 +479 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,307 1,760 2,213 2,665 3,118 3,571 4,024 4,477 $453 $1,005 1,354 1,702 2,050 2,399 2,747 3,095 3,444 $349 $192 352 504 640 760 913 1,009 1,153 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $535 (max) 1-3 persons-$160 4 persons-$170 5 persons-$199 6 persons+-$228 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,659 2,233 2,808 3,383 3,958 4,532 5,107 5,682 $575 Household Size $2,010 2,708 3,404 4,100 4,789 5,494 6,190 6,888 $698 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI $967 $957 $1,683 $1,663 $1,673 $910.72 $900.72 $1,532 $1,512 $1,522 $815 $800 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 29 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion Carry- Over – $.4 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $7.3 Billion Total Funding Used for the CalWORKs Program:$5.1 Billion What about the $2.2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2017-2018 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $608-638 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,489,480,000 FY 16-17 $2,093,622,000 FY 17-18 May Revise Budget $2,209,428,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORK\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2017-2018 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2017-2018 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 29% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Researcher [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,500 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households. $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. CalWORKs ( Also known as AFDC\/TANF) 2017-2018 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $249 $1005 $1247 25% 20% 2 $403 $1353 $1742 30% 23% 3 $497 $1702 $2480 29% 20% 4 $591 $2050 $2889 29% 20% 5 $676 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 $755 $3095 $3658 24% 21% Assistance Unit Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1005 $1247 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1353 $1742 20% 16% 3 2 $452 $1702 $2480 27% 18% 4 3 $600 $2050 $2889 29% 21% 5 4 $668 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $3095 $3658 25% 21% 52% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. Eff. 10-1-17 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 48% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 IRT-nonexempt $898 1380 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 Region 2 IRT-exempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 660 1082 1342 1592 1817 2044 2246 2444 2652 2878 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 660 1082 1342 1592 1817 2044 2246 2444 2652 2878 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) for families with cldr from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Medi-Cal MAGI-138% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,366 1,842 1,842 2,318 2,795 3,271 3,747 4,224 4,702 5,181 5,660 +479 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $952 $942 $1,661 $1,641 $1,651 $896 $886 $1,510 $1,490 $1,500 $800 $790 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Add. Person $1,307 1,760 2,213 2,665 3,118 3,571 4,024 4,477 $453 $1,005 1,354 1,702 2,050 2,399 2,747 3,095 3,444 $349 $192 352 504 640 760 913 1,009 1,153 $144 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $535 (max) 1-3 persons-$160 4 persons-$170 5 persons-$199 6 persons+-$228 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,659 2,233 2,808 3,383 3,958 4,532 5,107 5,682 $575 Household Size $2,010 2,708 3,404 4,100 4,789 5,494 6,190 6,888 $698 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $397 (max) $143 $126 100% from the Gross Income Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFresh Semi-Annual Reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI $952 $942 $1,661 $1,641 $1,651 $896 $886 $1,510 $1,490 $1,500 $800 $790 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 29 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion Carry- Over – $.4 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $7.3 Billion Total Funding Used for the CalWORKs Program:$5.1 Billion What about the $2.2 Billion? CalWORKs Funding for FY 2017-2018 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $608-638 No COLA $1,342-1,274 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,489,480,000 FY 16-17 $2,093,622,000 FY 17-18 May Revise Budget $2,209,428,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson The CalWORK\/AFDC COLA History CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2017-2018 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2017-2018 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $6.7 billion $12 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 120,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.1 billion $3.7 billion 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 37,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $8.8 billion $15.8 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 13,083 Jobs 2017-2018 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 157,000 Jobs Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 Aloocation for Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars Allocated Dollars Unspent Dollars WtW Empl. Servics $1,097 $234 $972 $154 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 $412 $93 CalFresh Admin. Costs $632 $38 $632 $47 WtW Substance Abuse $50 $14 $50 $16 WtW Mental Health Care $76 $7 $76 $10 2015-2016 2016-2017 2002 170720 56339 25% 7144 4% 10321 6% 75074 44% 2003 130880 56793 30% 5533 0% 9001 7% 61479 47% 2004 118889 56236 32% 4626 4% 8542 7% 51682 43% 2005 106674 53035 33% 3774 3% 8016 8% 51429 48% 2006 106926 40775 28% 3152 3% 9581 9% 53418 50% 2007 121240 40559 25% 3459 3% 10045 8% 62641 52% 2008 127732 38845 23% 3653 3% 10476 8% 71302 56% 2009 147518 46487 24% 3220 2% 13428 9% 78464 53% 2010 133672 46029 26% 4149 3% 11577 9% 66973 50% 2011 127383 46447 27% 5770 4% 10962 9% 64828 51% 2012 116000 49108 30% 4116 3% 9712 8% 60943 53% 2013 112827 51876 31% 3901 3% 8327 7% 61716 55% 2014 126453 62459 33% 3321 3% 7589 6% 72949 58% 2015 118971 59122 33% 4219 3% 6001 5% 65882 55% 2016 93634 56100 37% 4967 5% 4170 4% 27502 29% 2017 87175 56970 40% 4459 5% 3706 4% 54343 62% 2018 Year Un.Part Sanctions Jobs Second. Ed Transporation ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Kishwer Vikaas Barrica, Staff Attornet [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Daphnie Macklin, [email protected] Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 $392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 $660 1082 1342 1592 1817 2044 2246 2444 2652 2878 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 $374 607 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 $626 1029 1274 1514 1730 1944 2131 2327 2514 2738 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2016-2017 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $26 Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $249 $1005 $1247 25% 20% 2 $403 $1353 $1742 30% 23% 3 $497 $1702 $2480 29% 20% 4 $591 $2050 $2889 29% 20% 5 $676 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 $755 $3095 $3658 24% 21% Assistance Unit Size 2017 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2017 Federal Poverty Level 2017 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $1005 $1247 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1353 $1742 20% 16% 3 2 $452 $1702 $2480 27% 18% 4 3 $600 $2050 $2889 29% 21% 5 4 $668 $2398 $3257 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $3095 $3658 25% 21% 52% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. More than 10 Add $26 Eff. 2-1-16 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 48% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – 55% of the FPL plus the last income last used to determine CalWORKs Benefits Level. Region 1 ITR nonexempt $898 1380 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 Region 2 ITR exempt $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Medi-Cal MAGI-138% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,366 1,842 1,842 2,318 2,795 3,271 3,747 4,224 4,702 5,181 5,660 +479 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $952 $942 $1,661 $1,641 $1,651 $896 $886 $1,510 $1,490 $1,500 $800 $790 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Any Income Deduction $20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $1,276 1,726 2,177 2,628 3,078 3,529 4,430 4,881 $41 $981 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 $347 $194 357 511 649 771 925 1,022 1,169 $146 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $504 (max) 1-3 persons-$155 4 persons-$168 5 persons-$197 6 persons-$226 Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,619 2,191 2,763 3,335 3,907 4,479 5,051 5,623 $572 Household Size $1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $6950 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $385 (max) $143 $118 100% from the Gross Income IRT-Income Reporting Threshhold for CalFre semi-annual reporting Singles CouplesSSI & CAPI $952 $942 $1,661 $1,641 $1,651 $896 $886 $1,510 $1,490 $1,500 $800 $790 CalWORKs Family ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 29 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion Carry- Over – $.4 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $7.3 Billion Total Funding Actually to be Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.1 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2017-2018 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Gover- nor 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II 14-15 $670-704 No COLA +5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $680-714 No COLA- +1.43% $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $680-714 No COLA $1,292-1,227 Brown II 17-18 $608-638 No COLA Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fis- cal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,489,480,000 FY 16-17 $2,093,622,000 FY 17-18 May Revise Budget $2,209,428,000 Source: Department of Social Servoices 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 95-96 $538 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts January Undupliacted Participants (UP) UP Sanctioned % of UP Sanctioned UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job % of UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation % of UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% 2015 119,396 43,609 33% 3,722 3% 53,349 45% 2016 111,930 40,537 36% 4,221 4% 56,555 49% 2017 Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2016-2017 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 39% Children under age of 1 12.8% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 16% Asian 3.% White 20% 2015-2016 County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent (in millions) CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2017-2018 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $8.1 billion $14 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 140,289 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $3.1 billion $5.7 billion 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 56,589 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $11.13 billion $19.7 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 16,406 Jobs 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 196,877 Jobs Allocation $ Allocation $ Not Spent By Counties WtW- Employment Services $1,097 $243 CalWORKs Child Care $409 $121 CalFresh Administation Costs $632 $38 Substance Abuse $50 $14 Mental Health Care $76 $7 Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 Coming Soon – Los Angeles has not reported data for more than one year. ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1901 Alhambra Blvd. Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95816 Fax (916) 736-2645 Seth Blackmon, Staff Attorney [email protected] www.ccwro.org Cell (916) 712-071 Region 1 Family Size CHILD CARE State Median Income Who Is Eligible for CHILD CARE? Family Size 70% – Annual State Median Income 70% – Monthly State Median Income 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI and child money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $317 516 638 762 866 972 1069 1164 1258 1351 $351 577 714 849 966 1086 1192 1301 1405 1510 $559 916 1135 1347 1538 1729 1900 2069 2244 2436 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $300 490 608 725 825 926 1016 1109 1198 1286 $334 550 681 809 923 1035 1137 1239 1340 1439 $530 870 1079 1282 1463 1645 1864 1969 2128 2317 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $39,369 39,396 42,216 46,896 54,408 61,908 63,312 64,728 66,132 67,536 $3,283 3,283 3,518 3,908 4,534 5,159 5,276 5,394 5,511 5,628 Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $303 $498 $617 $734 $837 $941 $1,032 $1,126 $1,215 $1,306 CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1986 – 25 years Ago CalWORKs Property Limits $3,000 liquid resources for households with member over 60 and $2,000 for all other households $4,650 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing How to Count Earned Income STANDARD DEDUCTION $112 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction from the Gross Income 2. Divide the remainder by one half 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2011 ANNUAL FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Each Add’t Person Income $10, 890 $14,710 $18,530 $22,350 $26,170 $29,990 $33.810 $ 37,630 $3,820 Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Effective 10\/11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,207 1,631 2,054 2,478 2,901 3,324 3,748 4,171 $424 $908 1,226 1,545 1,863 2,181 2,500 2,818 3,136 $319 $200 367 526 668 793 952 1052 1202 $150 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (130% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $459 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$147 4 persons-$155 5 persons-$181 6 persons-$208 $329 (maximum) $99 $20 $143 SSI\/CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for famliies with children from 6-18 yrs-100% 1931(b) for famliies with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-200% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 750 934 934 1,100 1,259 1,417 1,550 1,692 1,825 1,959 +14 398 653 653 808 961 1,094 1,229 1,350 1,473 1,591 1,709 +0 908 1,226 1,226 1,545 1,863 2,181 2,500 2,818 3,136 3,455 3,774 +319 1,207 1,631 1,631 2,054 2,478 2,901 3,324 3,748 4,171 4,595 5,019 +424 1,679 2,268 2,268 2,857 3,446 4,035 4,624 5,213 5,802 6,391 6,980 +589 1,815 2,452 2,452 3,089 3,725 4,362 4,999 5,635 6,272 6,910 7,548 +638 2,269 3,065 3,065 3,861 4,657 5,453 6,248 7,044 7,840 8,636 9,432 +796 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $980 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2011 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $885 $875 $1,554 $1,534 $1,544 $830 $820 $1,407 $1,387 $1,397 $737 $727 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $109,560 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,739 Individual $674 Couple $1,011 Standard Allocation $337 Individual $1,138 Couple $1,536 Individual $240 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $461 PART B $115.40 * Effective 10\/11 PART B $96.40 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35 Note: No Gross Income Test for Elderly or Disabled HHs 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE TELEPHONE UTILITY ALLOWANCE TRAINING OFFER: If your office wishes training on how to use this document, please go to www.ccwro.org and complete the training request form. STANDARD DEDUCTION ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1901 Alhambra Blvd. Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95816 Fax (916) 736-2645 Seth Blackmon, Staff Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size CHILD CARE State Median Income Who Is Eligible for CHILD CARE? Family Size 70% – Annual State Median Income 70% – Monthly State Median Income 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 75% of the State median income (SMI) 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 75% of the SMI and child money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $317 516 638 762 866 972 1069 1164 1258 1351 $351 577 714 849 966 1086 1192 1301 1405 1510 $559 916 1135 1347 1538 1729 1900 2069 2244 2436 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $300 490 608 725 825 926 1016 1109 1198 1286 $334 550 681 809 923 1035 1137 1239 1340 1439 $530 870 1079 1282 1463 1645 1864 1969 2128 2317 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $39,369 39,396 42,216 46,896 54,408 61,908 63,312 64,728 66,132 67,536 $3,283 3,283 3,518 3,908 4,534 5,159 5,276 5,394 5,511 5,628 Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $303 $498 $617 $734 $837 $941 $1,032 $1,126 $1,215 $1,306 CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1986 – 25 years Ago CalWORKs Property Limits $3,000 liquid resources for households with member over 60 and $2,000 for all other households $4,650 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing How to Count Earned Income STANDARD DEDUCTION $112 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction from the Gross Income 2. Divide the remainder by one half 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2011 ANNUAL FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Each Add’t Person Income $10, 890 $14,710 $18,530 $22,350 $26,170 $29,990 $33.810 $ 37,630 $3,820 Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties Effective 10\/11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,180 1,594 2,008 2,422 2,836 3,249 3,663 4,077 $414 $908 1,226 1,545 1,863 2,181 2,500 2,818 3,136 $319 $200 367 526 668 793 952 1052 1202 $150 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (130% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $459 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$147 4 persons-$155 5 persons-$181 6 persons-$208 $329 (maximum) $99 $20 $143 SSI\/CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for famliies with children from 6-18 yrs-100% 1931(b) for famliies with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-200% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 750 934 934 1,100 1,259 1,417 1,550 1,692 1,825 1,959 +14 398 653 653 808 961 1,094 1,229 1,350 1,473 1,591 1,709 +0 908 1,226 1,226 1,545 1,863 2,181 2,500 2,818 3,136 3,455 3,774 +319 1,207 1,631 1,631 2,054 2,478 2,901 3,324 3,748 4,171 4,595 5,019 +424 1,679 2,268 2,268 2,857 3,446 4,035 4,624 5,213 5,802 6,391 6,980 +589 1,815 2,452 2,452 3,089 3,725 4,362 4,999 5,635 6,272 6,910 7,548 +638 2,269 3,065 3,065 3,861 4,657 5,453 6,248 7,044 7,840 8,636 9,432 +796 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $980 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2011 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $885 $875 $1,554 $1,534 $1,544 $830 $820 $1,407 $1,387 $1,397 $737 $727 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $109,560 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,739 Individual $674 Couple $1,011 Standard Allocation $337 Individual $1,138 Couple $1,536 Individual $240 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $461 PART B $115.40 * Effective 10\/11 PART B $96.40 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35 Note: No Gross Income Test for Elderly or Disabled HHs 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE TELEPHONE UTILITY ALLOWANCE TRAINING OFFER: If your office wishes training on how to use this document, please go to www.ccwro.org and complete the training request form. STANDARD DEDUCTION ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $355 577 714 852 968 1087 1195 1301 1407 1511 $392 645 799 949 1080 1214 1334 1454 1571 1689 $636 1042 1292 1533 1750 1968 2163 2354 2554 2772 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $336 549 680 810 922 1035 1136 1239 1340 1438 $374 607 762 904 1031 1157 1272 1385 1498 1610 $603 991 1227 1458 1666 1872 2052 2241 2421 2637 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2015-2016 CalWORKs Average Grant Payments Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $25 Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2016 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2016 Federal Poverty Level 2016 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $249 $990 $1235 25% 22% 2 $403 $1335 $1725 30% 26% 3 $497 $1680 $2455 30% 24% 4 $591 $2025 $2860 29% 23% 5 $676 $2370 $3225 29% 24% 6 $755 $2963 $3622 25% 24% Assistance Unit Size 2016 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2016 Federal Poverty Level 2016 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $990 $1235 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1335 $1725 21% 16% 3 2 $452 $1680 $2455 27% 19% 4 3 $600 $2025 $2860 30% 21% 5 4 $668 $2370 $3225 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $2963 $3622 28% 21% 52% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. More than 10 Add $25 Eff. 10-1-16 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided 48% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. Region 1 CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT) – Non-Exempt Assistance Units $936 1380 1654 1930 2162 2400 2616 2828 3040 3248 Region 2 CalWORKs Income Reporting Threshhold (IRT)- Non-Exempt Assistance Units $898 1324 1586 1846 2070 2296 2498 2704 2906 3102 55% of FPL plus the income last used to determine benefit pay- ment amount 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $1,276 1,726 2,177 2,628 3,078 3,529 4,430 4,881 $41 $981 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 $347 $194 357 511 649 771 925 1,022 1,169 $146 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $504 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$155 4 persons-$168 5 persons-$197 6 persons-$226 SSI\/ CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Medi-Cal MAGI-138% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,366 1,842 1,842 2,318 2,795 3,271 3,747 4,224 4,702 5,181 5,660 +479 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,619 2,191 2,763 3,335 3,907 4,479 5,051 5,623 $572 Household Size $1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $6950 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $385 (maximum) $143 $118 100% from the Gross Income $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion Carry- Over .4 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $7.1 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.3 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2016-2017 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $ 1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $ 1,489,480,000 FY 16-17 $ 2 billion Source DSS 14-15 $670-750 No COLA + 5% $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $704-788 No COLA $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $714-799 No COLA + 1.43% $1,229-1,294 Brown II CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts January Undupliacted Participants (UP) UP Sanctioned % of UP Sanctioned UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job % of UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation % of UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% 2015 119,396 43,609 33% 3,722 3% 53,349 45% 2016 111,930 40,537 36% 4,221 4% 56,555 49% 2017 Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2016-2017 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 35% Children under age of 1 12.3% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 17.4% Asian 3.1% White 19.2% 2014-2015 County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2016-2017 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $8.1 billion $14 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 140,289 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $3.1 billion $5.7 billion 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 56,589 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $11.13 billion $19.7 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 16,406 Jobs 2016-2017 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 196,877 Jobs Allocation $ Allocation $ Not Spent By Counties WtW- Employment Services 819 million $197 million CalWORKs Child Care $311 million $84 million CalFresh Administation Costs $864 million $129 million Substance Abuse $50 million $17 million Mental Health Care 76 million 13 million Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 Coming Soon ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $350 569 704 840 954 1072 1178 1283 1387 1490 $387 636 788 936 1065 1197 1315 1434 1549 1665 $619 1014 1257 1492 1703 1915 2105 2291 2485 2698 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $331 541 670 799 909 1021 1120 1222 1321 1418 $369 607 751 891 1017 1141 1254 1366 1477 1587 $587 964 1194 1419 1621 1882 1997 2181 2356 2566 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2015-2016 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $24 Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2015 Federal Poverty Level 2015 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $276 $981 $1235 28% 22% 2 $452 $1328 $1725 34% 26% 3 $600 $1675 $2455 36% 24% 4 $668 $2022 $2860 33% 23% 5 $760 $2369 $3225 32% 24% 6 $853 $2716 $3622 31% 24% Assistance Unit Size 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $981 $1235 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1328 $1725 21% 16% 3 2 $452 $1675 $2455 27% 19% 4 3 $600 $2022 $2860 30% 21% 5 4 $668 $2369 $3225 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $2716 $3622 28% 21% This represents 70% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. More than 10 Add $24 Eff. 2-1-16 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided This represents 30% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $1,276 1,726 2,177 2,628 3,078 3,529 4,430 4,881 $41 $981 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 $347 $194 357 511 649 771 925 1,022 1,169 $146 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $504 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$155 4 persons-$168 5 persons-$197 6 persons-$226 SSI\/ CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Medi-Cal MAGI-138% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,366 1,842 1,842 2,318 2,795 3,271 3,747 4,224 4,702 5,181 5,660 +479 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,619 2,191 2,763 3,335 3,907 4,479 5,051 5,623 $572 Household Size $1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $6950 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $385 (maximum) $143 $118 100% from the Gross Income $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $6.7 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.1 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2015-2016 Year MAP 3 person MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP 3 person MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $ 1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $ 1,489,480,000 TOTAL TO DATE $21.2 billion Source DSS 14-15 $608-638 No COLA $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $608-638 No COLA $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 $608-638 No COLA $1,229-1,294 Brown II 2016-2017 Proposed Buget $2,093,622.000 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts January Undupliacted Participants (UP) UP Sanctioned % of UP Sanctioned UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job % of UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation % of UP Needing & NOT Getting Transportation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% 2015 119,396 43,609 33% 3,722 3% 53,349 45% 2016 111,930 40,537 36% 4,221 4% 56,555 49% 2017 Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2015-2016 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 35% Children under age of 1 12.3% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 17.4% Asian 3.1% White 19.2% 2014-2015 County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2016-2017 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $8.1 billion $14 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 140,289 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $3.1 billion $5.7 billion 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 56,589 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $11.13 billion $19.7 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 16,406 Jobs 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 196,877 Jobs Allocation $ Allocation $ Not Spent By Counties WtW- Employment Services 819 million $197 million CalWORKs Child Care $311 million $84 million CalFresh Administation Costs $864 million $129 million Substance Abuse $50 million $17 million Mental Health Care 76 million 13 million Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 Coming Soon ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 Daphnie Macklin, Staff Attorney [email protected] http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Catherine (Mika) Takayama [email protected] Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $350 569 704 840 954 1072 1178 1283 1387 1490 $387 636 788 936 1065 1197 1315 1434 1549 1665 $619 1014 1257 1492 1703 1915 2105 2291 2485 2698 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $331 541 670 799 909 1021 1120 1222 1321 1418 $369 607 751 891 1017 1141 1254 1366 1477 1587 $587 964 1194 1419 1621 1882 1997 2181 2356 2566 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2015-2016 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $24 Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2015-2016 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2015 Federal Poverty Level 2015 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $276 $981 $1235 28% 22% 2 $452 $1328 $1725 34% 26% 3 $600 $1675 $2455 36% 24% 4 $668 $2022 $2860 33% 23% 5 $760 $2369 $3225 32% 24% 6 $853 $2716 $3622 31% 24% Assistance Unit Size 2015-2016 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2015 Federal Poverty Level 2015 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $981 $1235 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1328 $1725 21% 16% 3 2 $452 $1675 $2455 27% 19% 4 3 $600 $2022 $2860 30% 21% 5 4 $668 $2369 $3225 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $2716 $3622 28% 21% This represents 70% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. More than 10 Add $24 Eff. 11-1-15 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided This represents 30% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $1,276 1,726 2,177 2,628 3,078 3,529 4,430 4,881 $451 $981 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 $347 $194 357 511 649 771 925 1,022 1,169 $146 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. IRT (130% ) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $504 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$155 4 persons-$168 5 persons-$197 6 persons-$226 SSI\/ CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs- 133% Transitional Medi-Cal- 185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.- 213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program- 250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,305 1,766 1,766 2,227 2,688 3,149 3,610 4,071 4,532 4,994 5,455 +462 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. CHILD CARE DEDUCTION HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) $1,619 2,191 2,763 3,335 3,907 4,479 5,051 5,623 $572 Household Size $ 1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $694 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) LIMILTED UTILITY ALLOWANCE $385 (maximum) $143 $118 Each Add’l Person 100% of Actual Child Care Costs Each Add’l Person $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History Duke . George Deukmejian A.S. – Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $6.7 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.2 Billion Money Fleeced from CalWORKs Program – $1.5 billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2015-2016 Year MAP MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $ 1,528,424,000 FY 15-16 $1,489,480,000 TOTAL TO DATE $22.7 billion Source Department of Social Services 14-15 $638-670 No COLA $1,164-1,226 Brown II 15-16 $638-670 No COLA $1,194-1,257 Brown II 16-17 Brown II CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts January Undupli- cated Participants (UP) UP Sanc- tioned % of UP Sanc- tioned UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job % of UP Aid Stopped Due to a Job UP Needing & NOT Getting Transporta- tion % of UP Needing & NOT Getting Transpor- tation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% 2015 119,396 60,305 51% 3,722 3% 53,422 45% 2016 2017 Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2015-2016 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 35% Children under age of 1 12.3% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 17.4% Asian 3.1% White 19.2% 2014-2015 County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2015-2016 Public Benefit Programs Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $8 billion $13 billion 2015-2016 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 130,000 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $2.9 billion $5 billion 2015-2016 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 50,000 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $11.13 billion $19.7 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Annual Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 180,000 Jobs a Year Allocation $ Allocation $ Not Spent By Counties WtW- Employment Services $819 million $197 million CalWORKs Child Care $311million $84 million CalFresh Administation Costs $864 million $129 million Substance Abuse $50 million $17 million Mental Health Care $76 mill $13 mill Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1111 Howe Ave, Suite 150 Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95825 Fax (916) 736-2645 http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD CARE? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 years of age unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available. Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $350 569 704 840 954 1072 1178 1283 1387 1490 $387 636 788 936 1065 1197 1315 1434 1549 1665 $604 989 1226 1455 1661 1868 2053 2234 2423 2631 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $331 541 670 799 909 1021 1120 1222 1321 1418 $369 607 751 891 1017 1141 1254 1366 1477 1587 $572 940 1164 1384 1581 1777 1948 2127 2298 2502 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,250 liquid resources for households with member(s) over 60 and $2,250 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count CalWORKs Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2015-2016 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $23 Assistance Unit (AU) Size 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2015 Federal Poverty Level 2015 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $276 $981 $1235 28% 22% 2 $452 $1328 $1725 34% 26% 3 $600 $1675 $2455 36% 24% 4 $668 $2022 $2860 33% 23% 5 $760 $2369 $3225 32% 24% 6 $853 $2716 $3622 31% 24% Assistance Unit Size 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 0 $00 $981 $1235 0% 0% 2 1 $276 $1328 $1725 21% 16% 3 2 $452 $1675 $2455 27% 19% 4 3 $600 $2022 $2860 30% 21% 5 4 $668 $2369 $3225 28% 21% 6 5 $760 $2716 $3622 28% 21% This represents 70% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. More than 10 Add $23 Eff. April 2015 Actual AU Size AU Size Aided This represents 30% of the CalWORKs total caseload CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,619 2,191 2,762 3,335 3,907 4,478 5,051 5,623 $573 $981 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 $347 $194 357 511 649 771 925 1,022 1,169 $146 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (165% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $490 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$155 4 persons-$165 5 persons-$193 6 persons-$221 $373 (maximum) $143 SSI\/ CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need – Since 1989 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 $750 $934 $934 $1,100 $1,259 $1,417 $1,550 $1,692 $1,825 $1,959 +$14 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,022 2,369 2,716 3,063 3,410 3,755 4,101 +347 981 1,328 1,328 1,675 2,021 2,368 2,715 3,061 3,408 3,755 4,101 +339 1,305 1,766 1,766 2,227 2,688 3,149 3,610 4,071 4,532 4,994 5,455 +462 1,815 2,456 2,456 3,098 3,739 4,380 5,022 5,663 6,304 6,946 7,587 +642 2,090 2,828 2,828 3,566 4,305 5,043 5,782 6,520 7,258 7,997 8,735 +739 2,453 3,319 3,319 4,186 5,053 5,919 6,786 7,653 8,519 9,386 10,253 +867 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2015 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $119,220 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,981 Individual $733 Couple $1,100 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,211 Couple $1,638 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $407 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled get 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35. There is no gross income test for elderly or disabled house- olds. 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (200% FPL) $1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $695 CalFresh IRT – 200% of FPL $1,962 2,655 3,349 4,042 4,735 5,429 6,122 6,815 $6950 $944 $934 $1,643 $1,623 $1,633 $889 $879 $1,496 $1,476 $1,486 $796 $786 CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $6.7 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.1 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2014-2015 Year MAP MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 91-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum Aid Payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care No COLA Grant Reduction State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Fund FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 09-10 $1,262,291,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 11-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,896,060,000 FY 13-14 $1,586,755,000 FY 14-15 $ 1,528,424,000 TOTAL TO DATE $2.12 billion Source http:\/\/www.ca.gov\/cdssweb\/ entres\/localassistanceest\/jan14\/ DetailTables.pdf Pages 10-11 FY 15-16 Proposed Budget $ 1,489,480,000 CalWORKs & CalFresh Facts January Undupli- cated Participants Undupli- cated Par- ticipants Sanc- tioned Percent- age of Undupli- cated Par- ticipants Sanc- tioned Undupli- cated Par- ticipants Aid Stopped Due to Employ- ment Percent- age of Undu- plicated Partici- pants Aid Stopped Due to Employ- ment Undupli- cated Participants Needing & NOT Get- ting Trans- portation Percent- age of Undupli- cated Par- ticipants Needing & NOT Getting Transpor- tation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports & State Budget Number of Jobs Welfare Recipients Create Annually and Monthly in California 2013-2014 SOURCE OF COST PER JOB – The $100,000 per job is based upon on estimate received from Chad Stone, Chief Economist working for Center on Budget Policy and Priorities in Washington D.C. There are other estimates that assert that a cost of an entry level job is about $60,000 per job. See: http:\/\/economistsview.typepad.com\/economistsview\/2008\/11\/how-much-does-i.html. Also see USDA, Economic Research Service, Economic Research Report Number 103, October 2010, The Food Assistance National Input-Output Multiplier (FANIOM) Model and Stimulus Effects of SNAP – Kenneth Hanson & CDSS Budget Documents of 2014-2015. Characteristic FACT Family Size 2.5 Children in the Family 2.0 Average Child Age 5.7 Average Age of Parent 34.1 Parents Completed Highschool of GED 35% Children under age of 1 12.3% Families with Childern under age of 6 58% Average Stay on CalWORKS Families with Single parents 29 months Average stay on CalWORKs Families with Two-Parents 25 months Families with a Car 25% Hispanic-All Cases 58% African-American 17.4% Asian 3.1% White 19.2% 2013-2014 County Welfare Department Single Allocation and Millions Not Spent CalWORKs Caseload Characteristics 2014-2015 Actual Dollars Redistibuted 1.79% Economic Multiplier Food Stamps, SNAP\/CalFresh Annual Benefits $8.1 billion $14 billion Dollar Cost for Creating Per Job $100,000.00 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CalFresh (CF) Recipients 140,289 Jobs CalWORKs\/TANF $3.1 billion $5.7 billion 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CalWORKs (CW) Recipients 56,589 Jobs TOTAL CW & CF dollars Issued $11.13 billion $19.7 billion Source: CDSS and County Welfare Department Reports Source: CDSS Monthly Jobs Created by CW & CF Recipients 16,406 Jobs 2013-2014 Jobs Created by CW & FS Recipients 196,877 Jobs Allocation $ Allocation $ Not Spent By Counties WtW- Employment Services 944 million $181 million CalWORKs Child Care $410 million $131 million CalFresh Administation Costs $601 million $135 million Substance Abuse $50 million $17 million Mental Health Care 76 mill 17 mill Welfare-toWork Facts Welfare-to-Work or Welfare-to-Sanction? Annual WtW Program Costs = $2.3 billion – Cost Per Job Obtained by a Participant = $47,000 ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1901 Alhambra Blvd. Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95816 Fax (916) 736-2645 http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size CHILD CARE State Median Income Who Is Eligible for CHILD CARE? Family Size 70% – Annual State Median Income 70% – Monthly State Median Income 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $317 516 638 762 866 972 1069 1164 1258 1351 $351 577 714 849 966 1086 1192 1301 1405 1510 $579 943 1169 1387 1584 1781 1957 2131 2311 2509 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $300 490 608 725 825 926 1016 1109 1198 1286 $334 550 681 809 923 1035 1137 1239 1340 1439 $546 896 1100 1320 1507 1694 1858 2028 2191 2386 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $39,369 39,396 42,216 46,896 54,408 61,908 63,312 64,728 66,132 67,536 $3,283 3,283 3,518 3,908 4,534 5,159 5,276 5,394 5,511 5,628 Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $303 $498 $617 $734 $837 $941 $1,032 $1,126 $1,215 $1,306 CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1986 – 25 years Ago CalWORKs Property Limits $3,000 liquid resources for households with member over 60 and $2,000 for all other households $4,650 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing How to Count Earned Income STANDARD DEDUCTION $225 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction from the Gross Income 2. Divide the remainder by one half 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2013 ANNUAL FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Each Add’t Person Income $11, 490 $15,510 $19,530 $23,550 $27,570 $31,590 $35.610 $ 39,630 $4,o20 Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $22 for each extra person More than 10 Add $22 for each extra person 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,245 1,681 2,116 2,552 2,987 3,423 3,858 4,294 $439 $958 1,293 1,628 1,963 2,298 2,633 2,968 3,303 $335 $189 347 497 632 750 900 995 1137 $142 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (130% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $478 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$152 4 persons-$163 5 persons-$191 6 persons-$219 $363 (maximum) $109 $20 $143 SSI\/CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for famliies with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for famliies with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-200% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 750 934 934 1,100 1,259 1,417 1,550 1,692 1,825 1,959 +14 398 653 653 808 961 1,094 1,229 1,350 1,473 1,591 1,709 +0 931 1,261 1,261 1,591 1,921 2,251 2,581 2,911 3,241 3,571 3,901 +330 1,239 1,677 1,677 2,116 2,555 2,994 3,433 3,872 4,311 4,750 5,189 +439 1,723 2,333 2,333 2,944 3,554 4,165 4,775 5,386 5,996 6,607 7,217 +611 1,862 2,522 2,522 3,182 3,824 4,502 5,162 5,822 6,482 7,142 7,802 +660 2,328 3,153 3,153 3,978 4,803 5,628 6,453 7,278 8,103 8,928 9,753 +825 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,010 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2013 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $921 $911 $1,609 $1,589 $1,599 $866 $856 $1,462 $1,442 $1,452 $773 $763 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $115,920 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,898 Individual $698 Couple $1,048 SSI Standard Allocation $350 Individual $1,188 Couple $1,603 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $441 PART B $115.40 * PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35 Note: No Gross Income Test for Elderly or Disabled HHs 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE TELEPHONE UTILITY ALLOWANCE STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 Food Stamps Effective November 1, 2013 – Reflecting the reduction in food stamp benefits effective 11-1-13 ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1901 Alhambra Blvd. Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95816 Fax (916) 736-2645 http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $333 542 670 800 909 1021 1122 1222 1321 1419 $369 606 750 891 1014 1140 1252 1366 1475 1586 $604 989 1226 1455 1661 1868 2053 2234 2423 2631 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $315 515 638 761 866 972 1067 1164 1258 1350 $351 578 715 849 969 1087 1194 1301 1407 1511 $572 940 1164 1384 1581 1777 1948 2127 2298 2502 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,000 liquid resources for households with member over 60 and $2,000 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2014-2015 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $23 for each extra person More than 10 Add $23 Family SIze 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $276 $973 $1223 28% 23% 2 452 1311 1708 34% 26% 3 600 1649 2431 34% 23% 4 668 1966 2832 34% 24% 5 760 2326 3193 33% 24% 6 853 2664 3586 32% 24% Family SIze 2014-2015 Average Cal- WORKs Grant 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supple- mental Poverty Level % of Federal Poverty Level Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $00 $973 $1223 0% 0% 2 $276 1311 1708 21% 16% 3 452 1649 2431 27% 19% 4 600 1966 2832 28% 20% 5 668 2326 3193 29% 21% 6 760 2664 3586 29% 21% CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & the Supplemental Poverty Levels (SPL) CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with one (1) Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,245 1,681 2,116 2,552 2,987 3,423 3,858 4,294 $439 $958 1,293 1,628 1,963 2,298 2,633 2,968 3,303 $335 $189 347 497 632 750 900 995 1137 $142 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (130% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $478 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$152 4 persons-$163 5 persons-$191 6 persons-$219 $363 (maximum) $109 $20 $143 SSI\/CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 750 934 934 1,100 1,259 1,417 1,550 1,692 1,825 1,959 +14 398 653 653 808 961 1,094 1,229 1,350 1,473 1,591 1,709 +0 973 1,311 1,311 1,650 1,988 2,326 2,665 3,003 3,341 3,680 4,018 +339 1,294 1,744 1,744 2,194 2,644 3,094 3,544 3,994 4,444 4,864 5,334 +450 1,800 2,426 2,426 3,051 3,677 4,303 4,929 5,555 6,181 6,807 7,433 +626 2,072 2,793 2,793 3,513 4,234 4,955 5,675 6,396 7,116 7,837 8,558 +721 2,432 3,228 3,228 4,123 4,969 5,815 6,661 7,507 8,353 9,198 10,044 +846 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2014 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $935 $925 $1,751 $1,731 $1,741 $877 $867 $1,524 $1,504 $1,514 $784 $774 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $115,920 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,898 Individual $721 Couple $1,082 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,203 Couple $1,641 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $426 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35 Note: No Gross Income Test for Elderly or Disabled HHs 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE TELEPHONE UTILITY ALLOWANCE STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 $935 $925 $1,751 $1,731 $1,741 $877 $867 $1,524 $1,504 $1,514 $784 $774 State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Funds FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 10-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,222,447,000 FY 13-14 $1,896,060,000 FY 14-15 $1,654,806,000 TOTAL TO DATE Source http:\/\/www.ca.gov\/ cdssweb\/entres\/ localassistanceest\/ jan14\/DetailTables. pdf Pages 10-11 CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $6.7 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.2 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2013-2014 Year MAP MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 7-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum aid payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care $18 Billion Highlights: The percentage of unduplicated participants being sanctioned increases while- employment that results in termination of aid around 2-3 percent does not change no matter how bad or good the ecomony us. About 50% of unduplicate participants do not receive transportation while surviving on a fixed income that is below 50 of the federal poverty level. CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work Historical Look January Unduplicated Participants Unduplicated Participants Sanctioned Percentage of Unduplicated Participants Sanctioned Unduplicated Participants Aid Stopped Due to Employment Percentage of Unduplicated Participants Aid Stopped Due to Employment Unduplicated Participants NOT Getting Transportation Percentage of Unduplicated Participants NOT Getting Transportation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports ”

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” Need Support Services? LEGAL ASSISTANCE, ANALYSIS OR INFORMATION, TRAINING & LITIGATION SUPPORT CONCERNING AFDC\/CalWORKS WtW\/GAIN\/WORKFARE CalFRESH\/FOOD STAMPS REFUGEES GA\/GR MEDI-CAL OUR STAFF STAFF EMAIL ADDRESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE Kevin Aslanian, Executive Director [email protected] 1901 Alhambra Blvd. Phone (916) 736-0616 Grace Galligher, Directing Attorney [email protected] Sacramento, CA 95816 Fax (916) 736-2645 http:\/\/www.ccwro.org Kevin Cell (916) 712-0071 Region 1 Family Size Who Is Eligible for CalWORKS CHILD? 1. Persons who are getting CalWORKs money and working or participating in any WtW activity and need child care for children 12 unless the child is disabled. 2. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money in the past 2 years if their gross income is below 70% of the State median income (SMI) and need child care. 3. Persons who used to get CalWORKs money longer than 2 years ago if their gross income is below the 70% of the SMI, and they need child care, and if child care money is available Nonexempt Max. Aid Payment (MAP) Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Exempt Max. Aid Payment (EMAP) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Region 2 Family Size MAP EMAP $333 542 670 800 909 1021 1122 1222 1321 1419 $369 606 750 891 1014 1140 1252 1366 1475 1586 $591 968 1200 1424 1626 1828 2009 2187 2372 2575 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $315 515 638 761 866 972 1067 1164 1258 1350 $351 578 715 849 969 1087 1194 1301 1407 1511 $560 920 1139 1355 1547 1739 1907 2082 2249 2449 Minimum Basic Standard of Care (MBSAC) Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations, Inc. – CCWRO CalWORKs Property Limits $3,000 liquid resources for households with member over 60 and $2,000 for all other households $9,500 for a motor vehicle TOTALLY EXEMPT if used for work, as a home, for fishing or was a gift. How to Count Earned Income 1. Subtract the Standard Deduction $225 from the Gross Income; 2. Divide the remainder by one half; 3. Subtract that number from the MAP or EMAP of the family size; 4. The difference will be the CalWORKs benefit amount. AFDC ( Also known as CalWORKs\/TANF) 2014-2015 CALWorks Average Grant Payments & Various Poverty Levels Region 1 Alameda Contra Costa Los Angeles Marin Monterey Napa Orange San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano Sonoma Ventura Region 2 All other counties More than 10 Add $22 for each extra person More than 10 Add $22 for each extra person Family SIze 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supplemental Poverty Level 2014-2015 CalWORKs Avarege Grant % of Federal Poverty Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $973 $1223 $276 28% 23% 2 1311 1708 452 34% 26% 3 1649 2431 600 34% 23% 4 1966 2832 668 34% 24% 5 2326 3193 760 33% 24% 6 2664 3586 853 32% 24% Family SIze 2014 Federal Poverty Level 2014 Supplemental Poverty Level 2014-2015 CAlWORKs Avarege Grant % of Federal Poverty Percentage of Supplemantlal Poverty Level 1 $973 $1223 $00 0% 0% 2 1311 1708 $276 21% 16% 3 1649 2431 452 27% 19% 4 1966 2832 600 28% 20% 5 2326 3193 668 29% 21% 6 2664 3586 760 29% 21% CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) & the Supplemental Poverty CalWORKs Average Monthly Benefits Compared to the 100% FPL & SPL for CalWORKs Families with 1 Excluded Person Due to a Variety of CalWORKs Penalties and Sanctions. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Household (HH) Size $1,245 1,681 2,116 2,552 2,987 3,423 3,858 4,294 $439 $958 1,293 1,628 1,963 2,298 2,633 2,968 3,303 $335 $189 347 497 632 750 900 995 1137 $142 Each Add’l Person Gross Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (130% FPL) Net Monthly Income Elig. Stan. (100% FPL) Maximum Benefits Level $478 (maximum) 1-3 persons-$152 4 persons-$163 5 persons-$191 6 persons-$219 $363 (maximum) $109 $20 $143 SSI\/CAPI SINGLES COUPLES M e d i – C a l Family Size Maintenance of Need 1931(b) recipient program 1931(b) for families with children from 6-18 yrs\/ A&D-100% 1931(b) for families with children from 1-5 yrs-133% Transitional Medi-Cal-185% Pregnant Women & Infants Up to 1 yrs.-213% Healthy Families & Working Disabled Program-250% 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $600 750 934 934 1,100 1,259 1,417 1,550 1,692 1,825 1,959 +14 398 653 653 808 961 1,094 1,229 1,350 1,473 1,591 1,709 +0 973 1,311 1,311 1,650 1,988 2,326 2,665 3,003 3,341 3,680 4,018 +339 1,294 1,744 1,744 2,194 2,644 3,094 3,544 3,994 4,444 4,864 5,334 +450 1,800 2,426 2,426 3,051 3,677 4,303 4,929 5,555 6,181 6,807 7,433 +626 2,072 2,793 2,793 3,513 4,234 4,955 5,675 6,396 7,116 7,837 8,558 +721 2,432 3,228 3,228 4,123 4,969 5,815 6,661 7,507 8,353 9,198 10,044 +846 Each Add’l Person SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY = $1,070 MEDI-CAL PROPERTY LIMITS FOR 1931(B) Property Limits Family Size $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,150 3,300 3,450 3,600 3,750 3,900 4,050 4,100 1 2 2 adults 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LONG TERM CARE MEDICARE PREMIUMS A&D INCOME LIMITS A&D INCOME DISREGARDS 2014 FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE 2011 CSRA LIMIT SSI CAPI SSI CAPI SSI\/CAPI $935 $925 $1,751 $1,731 $1,741 $877 $867 $1,524 $1,504 $1,514 $784 $774 BLIND DISABLED DIS. MINOR 2011 CSTA Limit $115,920 Community Spouse Maintenance Need: $2,898 Individual $721 Couple $1,082 SSI Standard Allocation $361 Individual $1,203 Couple $1,641 Individual $230 Couple $310 MN\/QMB $35 SSI\/SSP $50 APPR. $6,840 PART A $426 PART B $104.90 for individual eligible for the hold harmless Food Stamps ( Also known as SNAP and CalFresh) Elderly (over 60) and Disabled 100% of Shelter Deduction plus SUA & Medical Costs Deductions over $35 Note: No Gross Income Test for Elderly or Disabled HHs 100% OF THE CHILD CARE COSTS DEDUCTED From The Gross Income HOMELESS HOUSING DEDUCTION SHELTER DEDUCTION STANDARD UTILITY DEDUCTION LIMITED UTILITY ALLOWANCE TELEPHONE UTILITY ALLOWANCE STANDARD DEDUCTION Any Income Deduction $20 $935 $925 $1,751 $1,731 $1,741 $877 $867 $1,524 $1,504 $1,514 $784 $774 State Fiscal Year CalWORKs Recipient Involuntary Contribution to the General Funds FY 98-99 $708,502,000 FY 99-00 $745,249,000 FY 00-01 $1,021,913,000 FY 01-02 $1,126,647,000 FY 02-03 $,1,088,940,000 FY 03-04 $1,163,238,000 FY 04-05 $1,087,321,000 FY 05-06 $1,299,448,000 FY 06-07 $1,184,134,000 FY 07-08 $1,745,291,000 FY 08-09 $1,268,997,000 FY 10-11 $1,262,046,000 FY 10-12 $1,234,159,000 FY 12-13 $1,222,447,000 FY 13-14 $1,896,060,000 FY 14-15 $1,654,806,000 TOTAL TO DATE CalWORKs ANNUAL Involuntary Contributions to the California State General Fund The AFDC\/CalWORKs COLA History * Duke . George Deukmejian ** Arnold Schwarzenneger CalWORKs (AFDC) Grant Levels Effective July 1, 1988 – 26 years Ago Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $326 $535 $663 $788 $899 $1,010 $1,109 $1,209 $1,306 $1,403 TANF Block Grant Allocation – $3.7 billion State Maintenance of Need – $3 billion TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABE FOR CalWORKs – $6.7 Billion Total Funding Actually Used for the CalWORKs Program: $5.2 Billion CalWORKs Funding for FY 2013-2014 Year MAP MAP* COLA MBSAC** Governor 71-72 $235 0.9% $255 Reagan 72-73 $237 2.5% $255 Reagan 73-74 $243 7.8% $262 Reagan 75 $293 8.9% $282 Brown I 76 $319 6% $316 Brown I 76-77 $338 6.3 $343 Brown I 77-78 $356 0.0% $343 Brown I 78-79 $356 15.2% $361 Brown I 79-80 $410 15.4% $416 Brown I 80-81 $473 -2.1% $480 Brown I 81-82 $463 9.3% $470 Brown I 82-83 $506 0.0% $506 Brown I 83-84 $526 4% $526 Duke* 84-85 $555 5.5% $555 Duke 85-86 $587 5.8% $587 Duke 86-87 $617 5.1% $617 Duke 87-88 $633 3.6 $633 Duke 88-89 $663 4.7% $663 Duke 89-90 $694 4.6% $694 Duke 90-91 $694 0.0% $694 Duke Year MAP MAP COLA MBSAC Governor 7-92 $663 -5.8 $703 Wilson 93-94 $607 -2.7 $715 Wilson 94-95 $607 0.0% $723 Wilson 96-97 $538 -8.9% $734 Wilson 97-98 $538-565 0.0% $717-754 Wilson 98-99 $582-611 2.84% $737-775 Wilson 99-00 $596-626 2.36% $754-793 Wilson 00-01 $614-645 2.96% $776-816 Davis 01-02 $647-679 5.31% $817-859 Davis 02-03 $671-704 3.74% $848-891 Davis 03-04 $671-704 0.0% $871-916 Davis 04-05 $689-723 2.75% $871-916 Davis 05-06 $689-723 0.0% $906-953 A.S. ** 06-07 $689-723 0.0% $940–989 A.S 07-08 $689-723 0.0% $975-1,026 A.S 08-09 $689-723 0.0% $1,026-1,080 A.S. 09-10 $661-694 -4% & COLA Repealed $1,042-1,097 A.S. 10-11 $661-694 No COLA $1,058-1,114 Brown II 11-12 $608-638 – 8% $1,078-1,135 Brown II 12-13 $608-638 No COLA $1,110-1,169 Brown II 13-14 $608-638 No COLA $1,139-1,200 Brown II * MAP- Maximum aid payment ** MBSAC – Minimum Basic Standard of of Adequate Care Highlights: The percentage of unduplicated participants being sanctioned increases while- employment that results in termination of aid around 2-3 percent does not change no matter how bad or good the ecomony us. About 50% of unduplicate participants do not receive transportation while surviving on a fixed income that is below 50 of the federal poverty level. CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work Historical Look January Unduplicated Participants Unduplicated Participants Sanctioned Percentage of Unduplicated Participants Sanctioned Unduplicated Participants Aid Stopped Due to Employment Percentage of Unduplicated Participants Aid Stopped Due to Employment Unduplicated Participants NOT Getting Transportation Percentage of Unduplicated Participants NOT Getting Transportation 2000 190,502 33,571 18% 7,077 4% 144,747 76% 2001 181,473 28,410 16% 7,296 4% 110,137 61% 2002 184,134 35,891 19% 5,891 3% 109,605 60% 2003 149,723 44,847 30% 6,388 4% 75,033 50% 2004 121,807 46,030 38% 4,983 4% 69,238 57% 2005 110,504 42,046 37% 3,613 3% 58,381 53% 2006 104,170 38,504 32% 2,884 3% 54,600 52% 2007 111,022 35,107 27% 3,022 3% 55,918 50% 2008 120,685 32,461 25% 2,758 2% 56,353 47% 2009 138,240 34,315 25% 2,928 2% 64,966 47% 2010 141,806 35,273 25% 3,345 2% 77,900 55% 2011 138,960 33,834 24% 3,413 2% 69,598 50% 2012 119,810 33,148 28% 3,145 3% 59,013 49% 2013 116,010 36,124 31% 3,280 3% 55,421 48% 2014 117,845 41,225 38% 2,492 2% 53,088 45% Source: State Department of Social Services WtW 25 reports ”