Mississippi Code Title 43. Public Welfare

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Human Services and County Departments of Public Welfare
  • Chapter 3. Blind Persons
  • Chapter 5. Schools for the Blind and Deaf
  • Chapter 6. Rights and Liabilities of Blind and Other Handicapped Persons
  • Chapter 7. Council on Aging
  • Chapter 9. Old Age Assistance
  • Chapter 11. Institutions for the Aged or Infirm
  • Chapter 13. Medical Assistance for the Aged;  Medicaid
  • Chapter 14. Interagency Coordinating Council for Children and Youth
  • Chapter 15. Child Welfare
  • Chapter 16. Child Residential Home Notification Act
  • Chapter 17. Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
  • Chapter 18. Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children
  • Chapter 19. Support of Natural Children
  • Chapter 20. Child Care Facilities
  • Chapter 21. Youth Court
  • Chapter 25. Interstate Compacts Relating to Juveniles
  • Chapter 27. Department of Youth Services
  • Chapter 29. Disabled Persons
  • Chapter 30. Mississippi Disability Resource Commission
  • Chapter 31. Poor Persons
  • Chapter 33. Housing and Housing Authorities
  • Chapter 35. Urban Renewal and Redevelopment
  • Chapter 37. Acquisition of Real Property Using Public Funds
  • Chapter 39. Relocation Assistance
  • Chapter 43. Administration of Social Security Funds
  • Chapter 47. Mississippi Vulnerable Persons Act
  • Chapter 51. Family Preservation Act of 1994
  • Chapter 53. Mississippi Leadership Council on Aging
  • Chapter 55. Mississippi Commission for National and Community Service
  • Chapter 59. Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women
  • Chapter 61. Mississippi Seniors and Indigents Rx Program

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