The Economic and Social Condition of Rural America in the 1970's ...: Prepared By: Office of Regional and Community Developement, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, for ..., 92-1 ...

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Page 33 - Administration. 13.431 Educationally Deprived Children in State Administered Institutions Serving Neglected or Delinquent Children.
Page 68 - ... work which exists in the national economy, regardless of whether such work exists in the immediate area in which he lives, or whether a specific job vacancy exists for him, or whether he would be hired if he applied for work. For purposes of the preceding sentence (with respect to any individual) "work which exists in the national economy...
Page 23 - Improve services for promoting the health of mothers and children, especially in rural areas and areas suffering from economic distress. The States must provide matching funds for one-half of the amount appropriated; the remainder is not matched and is distributed to the States on the basis of financial need of each State for assistance in carrying out its plans.
Page 38 - Beneficiary Eligibility: All young people from grade 7 on who are of financial or cultural need with an exceptional potential for postsecondary education, including high school and college dropouts. Required income criteria stated in appendix A of program manual. Credentials/Documentation : None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: With model cities agencies, where appropriate.
Page 55 - ... not take into account the financial responsibility of a relative for any individual who is not the applicant's spouse or child under the age of 21 or an older child who is disabled or blind. Certain minimum medical services become mandatory by July 1, 1967, under title XIX. These are inpatient and outpatient hospital services, laboratory and X-ray services, skilled nursing home services for persons 21 and older, and physician services whether furnished in the office, the patient's home, the hospital,...
Page 49 - Act of 1964 says that no person shall be discriminated against because of his or her race, color, or national origin in any program or activity that receives Federal financial assistance.
Page 20 - Objectives To assist the States in planning for and providing hospitals, public health centers, State health laboratories, outpatient facilities, emergency rooms, neighborhood health centers, long-term care facilities (nursing homes, chronic disease hospitals and longterm units of hospitals), rehabilitation facilities, and other related health facilities.
Page 14 - ... is established by the administering State agency each fiscal year. The Federal share will be between one-third and two-thirds of the total construction cost. Public Law 91-211 allows up to a maximum of 90 percent Federal participation In areas designated by the Secretary as poverty areas. Staffing grants are awarded on a decreasing percentage basis for a period of 8 years. The Federal share may be up to 75 percent of the eligible salary costs for the first 2 years, 60 percent the 3rd year, 45...
Page 69 - The covered protection in each benefit period includes hospital inpatient care, posthospital extended care, and home health visits by nurses or other health workers from a participating home health agency.
Page 68 - DETERMINATIONS OF DISABILITY ARE MADE BY STATE AGENCIES (usually the State vocational rehabilitation agencies) under agreements between the States and the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. The...

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