Income Support Caseload, Alberta
This Alberta Official Statistic describes the monthly Income Support caseload in Alberta, including two client groups: those expected to work and those who have barriers to full employment. Income Support provides financial benefits to individuals and families who do not have the resources to meet their basic needs, like food, clothing and shelter. The caseload is defined as the number of households categorized as Expected to Work (ETW) or Barriers to Full Employment (BFE) during a specific reporting period. Most commonly, this is reported as the average volume for a specific period of time (e.g. annually). The composition of the caseload is made up of single individuals, lone-parent families, couples with children and couples without children. In April 2018, a breakdown of the number of caseloads by each Community and Social Services Regions was added.
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of Alberta
- Issued by: Community and Social Services
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Alberta
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