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|Intervention||Increase Earnings||Increase Employment||Decrease Benefit Receipt||Increase Education and Training||Populations and Employment Barriers||Services Provided||Compare|
|Achieving Change for Texans - Time Limits||Cash assistance recipients, Parents||Sanctions, Supportive services|
|Alabama's Avenues to Self-Sufficiency through Employment and Training Services (ASSETS)||Cash assistance recipients||Case management|
|Atlanta Human Capital Development (HCD) Program||Cash assistance recipients, Single parents, Parents||Training, Supportive services, Sanctions, Academic instruction, Case management, Occupational or sectoral training|
|Atlanta Human Capital Development [HCD] Program (as compared with Atlanta Labor Force Attachment [LFA] Program)||Parents, Cash assistance recipients, Single parents||Occupational or sectoral training, Training, Job search assistance, Supportive services, Work readiness activities, Sanctions, Work experience, Academic instruction, Unpaid work experience, Case management|
|Atlanta Labor Force Attachment (LFA)||Cash assistance recipients, Single parents, Parents||Unpaid work experience, Occupational or sectoral training, Case management, Training, Job search assistance, Supportive services, Work readiness activities, Sanctions, Work experience, Academic instruction|
|Atlanta Labor Force Attachment (LFA) Program (as compared with Atlanta Human Capital Development [HCD] Program)||Parents, Cash assistance recipients, Single parents||Unpaid work experience, Job search assistance, Work readiness activities, Work experience|
|Atlanta Urban League (AUL) Minority Female Single Parent (MFSP) Program||Parents, Single parents, Female||Training, Supportive services, Job search assistance, Academic instruction, Occupational or sectoral training, Case management|
|Back to Work (B2W) [as compared with Independent Job Search (IJS)]||Very low income||Case management, Soft skills training, Training, Work readiness activities, Job search assistance, Job development/job placement|
|Breaking Barriers||Disability(ies)||Job development/job placement, Job search assistance, Work readiness activities, Individual Placement and Support, Employment retention services, Case management|
|Bridges to Pathways (Bridges)||Less than high school diploma or GED, Male, Former incarceration, Justice system involvement, Young adults (aged 16-24)||Case management, Academic instruction, Health services, Soft skills training, Supportive services, Subsidized employment, Work readiness activities, Job search assistance|