Adoption Assistance Programs (AAP)
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Adoption Assistance Programs (AAP): Federally funded state administered subsidy program for special needs children who might otherwise remain in longterm foster care.
Non-Recurring Adoption Costs: One time adoption expenses, which may be at least partially reimbursed by states up to a maximum amount to families adopting children with special needs. Allowable expenses for this reimburs . . . View Full Definition
Marketing Assistance Loans: Nonrecourse loans made available to producers of wheat, feed grains, upland and ELS cotton, rice, soybeans, and minor oilseeds under the Agricultural Market Transition Act provisions in the . . . View Full Definition
Mail-Order Pharmacy Programs: Programs that offer drugs ordered and delivered through the mail to plan members at a reduced cost.
Job Placement Programs: These programs help student's find jobs in their field of academic study or vocational study.
Legal Risk Adoption: An adoption proceeding that is started even though the prospective adoptive family cannot be guaranteed that the child is eligible for adoption.
Noninsured Assistance Program (NAP): Producers who grow a crop that is currently not eligible for crop insurance may be eligible for a direct payment under the Farm Service Agency’s noninsured assistance program (NAP). NAP has . . . View Full Definition
Open Adoption: An adoption process in which birth parents meet and know · the adoptive parent(s). Ongoing contact could range from periodic pictures and letters to regular visits.
Private Adoption Agencies: Non-governmental agencies licensed by the state to provide adoption services, primarily dealing with infant adoptions.
Public Adoption Agencies: Governmental adoption agency or social services department providing adoption services, primarily dealing with older children in foster care.