TABLE 8-1 AFDC Need Standards, Maximum AFDC Benefits, and Maximum Combined AFDC and Food Stamp Benefits for a Family of Three, January 1994

 

 

Maximum AFDC Benefit

Maximum Combined AFDC/Food Stamp Benefit

State

AFDC Need Standard

Dollar Value

Percent of Need

Dollar Value

Percent of Need

Alabama

673

164

24

459

68

Alaska

975

923

95

1,208

124

Arizona

964

347

36

639

66

Arkansas

705

204

29

499

71

California

715

607

85

821

115

Colorado

421

356

85

645

153

Connecticut

680

680

100

872

128

Delaware

338

338

100

633

187

District of Columbia

712

420

59

690

97

Florida

991

303

31

598

60

Georgia

424

280

66

575

136

Hawaii

1,140

712

62

1,134

99

Idaho

991

317

32

612

62

Illinois

890

367

41

658

74

Indiana

320

288

90

583

182

Iowa

849

426

50

694

82

Kansas

429

429

100

713

166

Kentucky

526

228

43

523

99

Louisiana

658

190

29

485

74

Maine

553

418

76

689

125

Maryland

507

366

72

661

130

Massachusetts

579

579

100

801

138

Michigana

551

459

83

717

130

Minnesota

532

532

100

768

144

Mississippi

368

120

33

415

113

Missouri

846

292

35

587

69

Montana

511

401

78

677

132

Nebraska

364

364

100

651

179

Nevada

699

348

50

640

92

New Hampshire

1,648

550

33

781

47

New Jersey

985

424

43

700

71

New Mexico

357

357

100

646

181

New Yorkb

577

577

100

816

141

North Carolina

544

272

50

567

104

North Dakota

409

409

100

682

167

Ohio

879

341

39

636

72

Oklahoma

471

324

69

619

131

Oregon

460

460

100

753

164

Pennsylvania

614

421

69

691

113



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