My organization is in the process of redoing our website, and one of the goals is for the site to wind up less overwhelmingly text, and with some images. So I've spent the last hour and a half looking on istockphoto, flickr, and google images for ideas for how to show welfare offices that aren't totally stereotypical.
Ok, I'm obsessing now. I've been trying to figure out what on earth we can use for TANF and income supports that isn't stereotypical.
Here's a NYTimes article on welfare rolls: they used images of a full waiting room, and of a cubicle with files overflowing everywhere:
This Oregon DHS brochure has a mixture of images/
I really like the picture of a welfare rights rally in the bottom right of this web page.