For TANF, Assist, and Moms and Babies, there is no upper or lower age limit to qualify as an adult. For General Assistance - Family and Children Assistance (GA-FCA), there is no upper age limit to qualify as an adult. See PM 04-04-01 for the
lower age limit to qualify as an adult for GA-FCA and GA Transitional Assistance (GA-TA).
For TANF, Assist, All Kids, and GA-FCA, a child must be age 18 or under. For TANF, an 18 year old child must be in full-time high school or an equivalent residential program. For GA-FCA, an 18 year old child must be in full-time high school and must be
expected to complete the graduation requirements before reaching age 19. For Assist and All Kids, an 18 year old does not have to be in school.
Never cancel a medical case because the only child is age 19, until eligibility under all medical programs has been reviewed. Do not delete a child from an active medical case because they are age 19, until their eligibility under all medical programs
has been reviewed. Do not ask the 19-year-old or anyone in the case to submit a new application. If the case being canceled as a result of the only child turning 19 has SNAP benefits, review SNAP eligibility and set up a SNAP only case, if