Temporary & Disability Assistance Statistics contain information concerning TANF, Safety Net, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), SSI, HEAP, and Child Support.
OTDA Home Resources & Data
Data related to our programs including performance data, allocations to providers, award amounts, contract periods, program sites, locations served, and spending information.
OTDA promotes a number of work supports that you may qualify for if you are employed and having difficulty making ends meet.
Forms and applications available from OTDA.
Reporting Welfare Fraud committed by a New York State social services client to the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
Provides interested parties with information about current OTDA laws and regulations impacting OTDA programs.
Listing and ordering instructions for free brochures and posters.
Data on the estimated number and poverty status of youth age 12 to 17 - 2015 total population, 2014 ACS 5-year estimates age group and percent under 200% of poverty.
The state plan for providing SNAP benefits under the federal Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP) in New York State.
Directory of agencies that OTDA contracts with to provide education, training, employment and support services to public assistance and low income households.
Report to the New York State Legislature focusing on the January 1, 2014-December 31, 2015 DAP program period.
The Fiscal Reference Manual’s four volumes provide guidance to local social service districts in claiming state and federal reimbursement.
The approved Biennial Employment Plans include the operational details of the local districts’ Employment Programs for applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance and SNAP benefits.
This Annual Report is being submitted by OTDA in satisfaction of the requirements of section 17(d) of the Social Services Law and section 164 of the Executive Law.
Statistical Report on the Operations of New York State Temporary Assistance Programs.
Information for businesses on work supports that can help their lower-wage workers bridge the gap between what they earn and the high cost of living.
Working families in New York State may be eligible for a variety of work supports that can increase their family’s income.
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