Quicklinks
Welfare Leavers
   Life After Welfare Series
   Caseload Exits Series
Current Welfare Recipients
   Life On Welfare Series
   The Active TANF Caseload In MD
Additional Welfare Topics
   Welfare Baseline
   Sanctions
   Time Limits
   Diversion
   Assessment
   Barriers to Employment
   Work Supports and Initiatives    Applicants
   

Maryland's large-scale, longitudinal study of what happens to families after they exit the TANF rolls. Measured outcomes include employment, recidivism, receipt of transitional benefits, and involvement in the child welfare system. Each subsequent report includes additional samples and additional follow-up data.


Click here for Life After Welfare Special Issues.

Reports are free of charge, and may be downloaded from this page.

2016 Annual Update
Letitia Passarella, Lisa Thiebaud Nicoli, & Lauren A. Hall

2015 Annual Update
Lauren A. Hall, Lisa Thiebaud Nicoli, & Letitia Passarella

2014 Annual Update
Lauren A. Hall, Lisa Thiebaud Nicoli, & Letitia Passarella

October 2013: Annual Update
Lisa Thiebaud Nicoli, Letitia Passarella, & Catherine E. Born

October 2012: Annual Update
Lisa Thiebaud Nicoli, Letitia Logan, & Catherine E. Born

October 2011: Annual Update
Catherine E. Born, Correne Saunders, Sarah Williamson, & Letitia Logan

    October 2011: Regional Briefs
    Correne Saunders, Letitia Logan Passarella, & Catherine E. Born
         Anne Arundel County
         Baltimore City
         Baltimore County
         Montgomery County
         Prince George’s County
         Metro Region
         Lower Shore Region
         Upper Shore Region
         Southern Maryland Region
         Western Maryland Region

October 2010: Annual Update
Catherine E. Born, Correne Saunders, Sarah Williamson, & Nicholas Kolupanowich

October 2009: Annual Update
Catherine E. Born, Pamela C. Ovwigho, Nicholas Kolupanowich, & Kathryn Patterson

October 2008: Annual Update
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Catherine E. Born, Kathryn Patterson, & Nicholas Kolupanowich

October 2007: Annual Update
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Correne Saunders, Kathryn Patterson, Nicholas Kolupanowich, & Catherine E. Born

October 2006: Eleventh Report
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Correne Saunders, Valerie Head, Nicholas Kolupanowich, & Catherine E. Born

October 2005: Tenth Report
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Catherine E. Born, & Correne Saunders

October 2004: Ninth Report
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Catherine E. Born, Correne Saunders, & Kirk Tracy

October 2003: Eighth Report
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Catherine E. Born, Dorothy C. Ruck, & Kirk Tracy

October 2002: Seventh Report
Pamela C. Ovwigho, Catherine E. Born, Dorothy C. Ruck, Shafali Srivastava, & Carolyn S. Owens

October 2001: Sixth Report
Catherine E. Born, Pamela C. Ovwigho, Katharine L. Leavitt, & Melinda L. Cordero

October 2000: Fifth Report
Welfare and Child Support Research and Training Group

October 1999: Fourth Interim Report
Welfare and Child Support Research and Training Group

March 1999: Third Interim Report
Welfare and Child Support Research and Training Group

October 1998: Second Interim Report
School of Social Work, University of Maryland

October 1997: An Interim Report
Welfare and Child Support Research and Training Unit





   
Download Adobe Acrobat here




 
This site and all contents © 2003-2017 Ruth Young Center for Families and Children.
If you have comments or experience problems concerning this site, please contact the Webmaster.