Direct Cash Transfer, known as BLT in Indonesia, is a poverty-based assistance and social protection aimed at the fulfillment of basic needs, ease live burden, and improved quality of life of the poor. Implementation of the program is straightforward, so the benefits can be felt by the beneficiaries of the program. Early, BLT program initiated by the goverment in 2005/2006 and continued in 2008/09. The program is expected to not only accelerate the reduction of the number of poor people but also how to maintain and enhance the purchasing power so that welfare is safeguarded. In this study, the impact of direct cash transfer program year 2008/09 on household consumption, included food, non food, education, and health. Data and methodology for this study was used national economic social survey and simple difference in difference. This study found three findings based on this analysis. First, direct cash transfer increase total household consumption (included food and non food); Second, direct cash transfer increase household consumption for health but it decrease household consumption for education; Third, direct cash transfer increase household consumption for paddy, tuber, vegetable, and tobacco but it decrease household consumption for fish, meat, egg and milk, fruit, and package food and drink.