Workforce participation rate among MFIP and DWP recipients
The Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) workforce participation rate is the percent of MFIP recipients in countable employment related activities, which include workshops, job club, and job fairs.
2011 MFIP Average: 52.6%
The Diversionary Work Program (DWP) measures how many participants are still receiving cash assistance through MFIP in the fifth and 12th months following their DWP eligibility.
January–July 2011 Average DWP 5th Month Outcome: 82% of clients were no longer receiving cash assistance five months post-eligibility.
2010 Average DWP 12th Month Outcome: 74.3% of clients were no longer receiving cash assistance 12 months post-eligibility.
This measure is calculated on a rolling 12-month period immediately preceding the month shown. (Example: the January 2012 reporting period is January 2011 through December 2011.)
This measure looks at all maltreatment (abuse or neglect) findings in the reporting period and then counts the number of cases that had a subsequent maltreatment finding within 12 months of the first.
2011 Average: 0.24%