TITLE IV—GRANTS TO STATES FOR AID AND SERVICES TO NEEDY FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN AND FOR CHILD–WELFARE SERVICES
TABLE OF CONTENTS OF TITLE
Part A—BLOCK GRANTS TO STATES FOR TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES
Sec. 402. Eligible States; State plan
Sec. 405. Administrative provisions
Sec. 406. Federal loans for State welfare programs
Sec. 407. Mandatory work requirements
Sec. 408. Prohibitions; Requirements
Sec. 410. Appeal of adverse decision
Sec. 411. Data collection and reporting
Sec. 411A. State required to provide certain information
Sec. 412. Direct funding and administration by Indian tribes
Sec. 413. EVALUATION OF TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES AND RELATED PROGRAMS.
Sec. 417. Limitation on Federal authority
Sec. 418. Funding for child care
Part B—CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
Subpart 1—Stephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services Program
Sec. 422. State plans for child welfare services
Sec. 423. Allotments to States
Sec. 425. Limitations on authorization of appropriations
Sec. 426. Research, training, or demonstration projects
Sec. 427. Family connection grants
Sec. 428. Payments to Indian tribal organizations
Sec. 429. National random sample study of child welfare
Subpart 2—MaryLee Allen Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program
Sec. 430. Findings and Purpose
Sec. 433. Allotments to States
Sec. 435. Evaluations; Research; Technical Assistance
Sec. 436. Authorization of appropriations; Reservation of certain amounts
Sec. 437. Discretionary and Targeted Grants
Sec. 438. Entitlement funding for State courts to assess and improve handling of proceedings relating to foster care and adoption
Sec. 439. Grants for programs for mentoring children of prisoners
Subpart 3—Common Provisions
Sec. 440. Data EXCHANGE STANDARDS FOR improved INTEROPERABILITY
Part D—Child Support and Establishment of Paternity
Sec. 452. Duties of the Secretary
Sec. 453. Federal parent locator service
Sec. 453A. State directory of new hires
Sec. 454. State plan for child and spousal support
Sec. 454A. Automated data processing
Sec. 454B. Collection and disbursement of support payments
Sec. 457. Distribution of collected support
Sec. 458. Incentive payments to States
Sec. 459. Consent by the United States to income withholding, garnishment, and similar proceedings for enforcement of child support and alimony obligations
Sec. 459A. International support enforcement
Sec. 460. Civil actions to enforce support obligations
Sec. 463. Use of Federal Parent Locator Service in connection with the enforcement or determination of child custody and in cases of parental kidnaping of a child
Sec. 464. Collection of past-due support from Federal tax refunds
Sec. 465. Allotments from pay for child and spousal support owed by members of the uniformed services on active duty
Sec. 466. Requirement of statutorily prescribed procedures to improve effectiveness of child support enforcement
Sec. 467. State guidelines for child support awards
Sec. 468. Encouragement of States to adopt simple civil process for voluntarily acknowledging paternity and a civil procedure for establishing paternity in contested cases
Sec. 469. Collection and reporting of child support enforcement data
Sec. 469A. Nonliability for financial institutions providing financial records to State child support enforcement agencies in child support cases
Sec. 469B. Grants to States for access and visitation programs
Part E— Federal Payments for Foster Care, Prevention, and Permanency
Sec. 470. Purpose: appropriation
Sec. 471. State plan for foster care and adoption assistance
Sec. 472. Foster care maintenance payments program
Sec. 473. Adoption and Guardianship assistance program
Sec. 473A. ADOPTION AND LEGAL GUARDIANSHIP INCENTIVE PAYMENTS.
Sec. 474. Payments to States; Allotments to States
Sec. 475A. ADDITIONAL CASE PLAN AND CASE REVIEW SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Sec. 476. Technical assistance; Data collection and evaluation
Sec. 477. John H. Chafee foster care program for successful transition to adulthood
Sec. 478. Rule of construction
Sec. 479. Collection of data relating to adoption and foster care
Sec. 479B. Programs operated by Indian tribal organizations
 Title IV of the Social Security Act is administered by the Department of Health and Human Services. The Office of Family Assistance administers benefit payments under Title IV, Parts A and C. The Administration for Public Services, Office of Human Development Services, administers social services under Title IV, Parts B and E. The Office of Child Support Enforcement administers the child support program under Title IV, Part D.
Title IV appears in the United States Code as §§601–687, subchapter IV, chapter 7, Title 42.
Regulations of the Secretary of Health and Human Services relating to Title IV are contained in chapters II, III, and XIII, Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations. Regulations of the Secretary of Labor relating to Title IV are contained in subtitle A, Title 29, and chapter 29, Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations.
See Vol. II, 31 U.S.C. 3720 and 3720A, with respect to collection of payments due to Federal agencies; 6504–6505, with respect to intergovernmental cooperation; 7501–7507, with respect to uniform audit requirements for State and local governments receiving Federal financial assistance.
See Vol. II, P.L. 82-183, §618, which prohibits denial of grants-in-aid under certain conditions.
See Vol. II, P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in federally assisted programs.
See Vol. II, P.L. 89-73, §213, with respect to eligibility for Federal surplus property.
See Vol. II, P.L. 89-97, §121(b), with respect to restrictions on payment to a State receiving payments under Title XIX.
See Vol. II, Appendix I, P.L. 94-241, §1, for §502(a)(1) of H.J. Res. 549, with respect to participation by the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands on the same basis as Guam.
See Vol. II, P.L. 100-204, §724(d), with respect to furnishing information to the United States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations; and §725(b), with respect to the detailing of Government personnel.
See Vol. II, P.L. 100-235, §§5–8, with respect to responsibilities of each Federal agency for computer systems security and privacy.
See Vol. II, P.L. 100-690, §5301(a)(1)(C) and (d)(1)(B), with respect to benefits of drug traffickers and possessors.
See Vol. II, P.L. 101-508, §§13301 and 13302, with respect to the OASDI Trust Funds.
See Vol. II, P.L. 115–271, §8081, with respect to funding under Title IV and Medicaid for family-focused residential treatment programs for substance use disorder.
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