Hawaii Food Stamp Employment and Training/JOBS Conformance Demonstration: Impact Evaluation Final Report

Hawaii Food Stamp Employment and Training/JOBS Conformance Demonstration: Impact Evaluation Final Report

Researcher(s):Deanna T. Schexnayder and Jerome A. Olson
Date:
June 1997
Publication Type:
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Abstract: Hawaii’s Food Stamp Employment and Training/JOBS Conformance Demonstration was in operation on the island of Oahu between November 1993 and September 1996. Its goals were:

 

  • To maximize the employability of Food Stamp recipients and reduce Food Stamp dependency through improved consistency and coordination between the JOBS and Food Stamp Employment & Training programs.
  • To coordinate across programs to reduce administrative and service costs.
  • To enhance FSE&T services through the use of a new case management system.
  • To add new barrier removal and family social support services.
  • To expand emphasis on educational activities.
  • To decrease program errors due to reduced complexity of and conflicts between program regulations for the FSE&T and JOBS programs.

The impact analysis was designed to address questions about client participation patterns, services and employment outcomes.




 
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