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ADAPs with Waiting Lists(170 individuals in 6 states*, as of August 30, 2012)
StateNumber of Individuals on ADAPWaiting ListPercent of the TotalADAP Waiting ListIncrease/Decrease fromPrevious ReportingPeriodDate WaitingList BeganFlorida
22 13% -9 June 2010
Georgia
0 0% -130 July 2010
Louisiana**
114 67% -120 June 2010
North Carolina
25 15% 16 January 2010
South Dakota
9 5% 3 August 2012
Virginia
0 0% -275 November 2010
*As a result of FY2012 ADAP emergency funding, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska,North Carolina, and Virginia were able to reduce the overall number of individuals on their waiting lists.**Louisiana has a capped enrollment on their program. This number represents their current unmet need.
ADAPs with Other Cost-containment Strategies: Financial Eligibility(instituted since September 2009, as of August 2, 2012)Six ADAPs
have previously lowered their financial eligibility as part of their cost-containment planssince September 2009. Illinois, North Dakota, Ohio and South Carolina lowered their eligibility level to300 % FPL. Utah lowered its eligibility level to 250% FPL. Arkansas lowered its eligibility level to 200%FPL. Previously, income eligibility for the states noted above was 400% FPL or higher. As a result ofthese measures, a total of 445 individuals in three states (Arkansas - 99, Ohio - 257, and Utah
89)were disenrolled. Illinois, North Dakota, and South Carolina grandfathered clients that were previouslyeligible based on their income level into their programs. No other ADAPs currently anticipate furtherchanges to their financial eligibility.
September 4, 2012

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