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Social Service Block Grant (SSBG)

Overview

The Social Service Block Grant (SSBG) program allocates funds to States to support social services programs for adults and children. The SSBG grants are determined by a statutory formula based on each State's population. States are fully responsible, within the limitations of the law, for determining the use of their funds.

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Social Service Block Grant FY 2008 Plan

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The Social Services Block Grant Plan (SSBG) includes a brief history of federal social services programs, and explanation of the SSBG program, the state's pre-expenditure plan for the current federal fiscal year, October 1-September 30th, and the most recent post-expenditure report which describes how the state expended SSBG funds. (Posted: 10/03/2007)

Notice: Social Service Block Grant FY 2008 Pre-Expenditure Report (posted 07-31-2007)

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The South Carolina Department of Social Services (SCDSS) hereby gives notice of the availability of the ?FFY-2008 Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) Pre-Expenditure Report? to the citizens of South Carolina for review and comment. The report reflects plans of the SCDSS/State of South Carolina to expend SSBG funds for the 2008 fiscal year, October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008. » Read more...

Social Service Block Grant FY 2008 Pre-Expenditure Report

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The state of South Carolina is required to develop a Pre-Expenditure plan for disbursing Social Service Block Grant (SSBG) funds and present it to the citizens of the state for review and comment on an annual basis. The development of this plan requires the establishment of a planning process to ensure that priority service needs of the state are addressed. This plan is published by SCDSS and made available for review and comment by posting on the Internet. (Posted: 07/31/2007)

Federal Social Service Block Grant Web Site

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Mailing Address:

South Carolina

Department of Social Services

P.O. Box 1520

Columbia, SC 29202-1520

Telephone:

803-898-2570

   

South Carolina Department of Social Services

P.O. Box 1520 ? Columbia, SC 29202-1520

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