Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)



Corrine Livers
TANF Program Analyst
(307) 754-2245, ext. 23

TANF helps needy families achieve self-sufficiency. This is done through a block grant states get to build and run programs, which help needy families. TANF support helps many parents reduce their dependency on government benefits by helping them find and enroll in career training programs while promoting work and marriage and preventing out-of-wedlock pregnancies. All of that encourages the formation and maintenance of two-parent families.


To get a TANF application, please go to the POWER program on the DFS website.


Click on the following months for narrative regarding the March 2011 812 TANF report, and reports for April 2011, May 2011 and June 2011.


DFS Accepting Bids/RFP's for Fatherhood Mentorship Program 

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For more information on the Wyoming TANF program, please contact:

TANF Program Manager
Wyoming Department of Family Services
109 W. 14th
Powell, WY  82435