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Welfare and Welfare Reform in Michigan
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adversarial relationships advocacy organizations African American agencies based agencies reported Agencies with larger agency budget agency type changes in staff changes in welfare client contact client involvement clients receiving public collaboration community/multi-service compared devolution due to welfare emergency assistance organizations Extent Considerable Extent Extent Great Extent focus groups funding high proportion human service increase in client inter-organizational relationships large agencies large proportion mental health agencies Michigan mid-sized agencies minority clients served nonprofit organizations number of clients organizational type organizations indicated organizations reported organizations serving past four program objectives program outcomes proportion of clients proportion of minority proportion of public proportion of racial proportion of welfare PRWORA public assistance clients racial minority clients receiving public assistance reported changes respondent remarked respondents reported sample small agencies staff responsibilities statistically significant TANF U.S. Census Bureau volunteers Washtenaw County agencies Washtenaw County organizations Wayne County agencies Wayne County organizations welfare clients welfare reform