This provision directs the administrator of the city's general assistance program--which provides immediate aid to "persons who are unable to provide the basic necessities essential to maintain themselves or their families"--to "provide food assistance to eligible persons up to the allowed maximum amounts designated by the USDA Thrifty Food Plan for the appropriate household size." The provision further directs that "in determining need for food, the administrator will not consider the value of the food supplement program an applicant receives as income," and "the administrator may exceed the maximum when necessary for households having members with special dietary needs."
Examples include: "food assistance" and "USDA Thrifty Food Plan." §§ 24-20, -150.
Examples include " food assistance," and "special dietary needs." § 24-150.
Examples include: "USDA Thrifty Food Plan" and "vouchers." § 24-150.
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