List of Rep. Jordan's 77 different means-tested social welfare programs

From the text of Rep. Jordan's "Welfare Reform Act of 2011" introduced in March:
  1. CASH AND GENERAL PROGRAMS.
    1. Supplemental Security Income.
    2. Earned Income Tax Credit (Refundable Portion).
    3. Refundable Child Credit.
    4. Temporary Assistance to Needy Families.
    5. Title IV-E Foster Care.
    6. Title IV-E Adoption Assistance.
    7. General Assistance to Indians.
    8. Assets for Independence.
  2. MEDICAL.
    1. Medicaid.
    2. State Children’s Health Insurance Program.
    3. Indian Health Services.
    4. Consolidated Health Centers/Community Health Centers.
    5. Maternal and Child Health.
    6. Healthy Start.
    7. Refundable Premiums and Out of Pocket Subsidies under the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act (PPACA)
  3. FOOD.
    1. Food Stamps Program.
    2. School Lunch Program.
    3. Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Food Program.
    4. School Breakfast.
    5. Child Care Food Program.
    6. Nutrition Program for the Elderly, Nutrition Service Incentives.
    7. Summer Food Service Program.
    8. Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
    9. Temporary Emergency Food Program.
    10. Needy Families.
    11. Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program.
    12. Special Milk Program.
  4. HOUSING.
    1. Section 8 Housing (HUD).
    2. Public Housing (HUD).
    3. State Housing Expenditures.
    4. Home Investment Partnership Program (HUD).
    5. Homeless Assistance Grants (HUD).
    6. Rural Housing Insurance Fund (Agriculture).
    7. Rural Housing Service (Agriculture).
    8. Housing for the Elderly (HUD).
    9. Native American Housing Block Grants (HUD).
    10. Other Assisted Housing Programs (HUD).
    11. Housing for Persons with Disabilities (HUD).
  5. ENERGY AND UTILITIES.
    1. Low Income Home Energy Assistance.
    2. Universal Service Fund-Subsidized Phone Service for Low Income Persons.
    3. Weatherization.
  6. EDUCATION.
    1. Pell Grants.
    2. Title I Grants to Local Education Authorities.
    3. Special Programs for Disadvantaged (TRIO).
    4. Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants.
    5. Migrant Education.
    6. Gear-Up.
    7. Education for Homeless Children and Youth.
    8. Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) Program.
    9. Even Start.
  7. TRAINING.
    1. Job Corps.
    2. Youth Opportunity Grants (under the Workforce Investment Act).
    3. Adult Employment and Training (under the Workforce Investment Act).
    4. Senior Community Service Employment.
    5. Food Stamp Employment and Training Program.
    6. Migrant Training.
    7. YouthBuild.
    8. Native American Training.
  8. SERVICES.
    1. Title XX Social Services Block Grant.
    2. Community Service Block Grant.
    3. Social Services for Refugees, Asylees, and Humanitarian Cases.
    4. Title III Aging Americans Act.
    5. Legal Services Block Grant.
    6. Family Planning.
    7. Emergency Food and Shelter.
    8. Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grants.
    9. Americorps VISTA.
  9. CHILD CARE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT.
    1. Headstart.
    2. Childcare and Child Development Block Grant.
    3. Child Care Block Grant (under Temporary Assistance to Needy Families Program).
  10. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.
    1. Community Development Block Grant.
    2. Economic Development Administration.
    3. Appalachian Regional Development.
    4. Empowerment Zones, Enterprise Communities, Renewal Communities.
    5. Urban Development Block Grant.