Update the family’s address in MEC². Verification of the move is not required until the family’s next redetermination.
Most within county moves will not impact an authorization unless other factors have changed, such as a change in activity or provider.
Update the family’s address in MEC². For additional policy guidance, see Chapter 8.12 (Moving between counties).
Verification of the move is required by the new county before they can issue a Service Authorization.
If the family is still using the child care provider, do not end the Service Authorization until the case closes. If the family reports that they are no longer using the child care provider, end the Service Authorization with a 15-day adverse action notice.
Knowing a family’s address is important for case maintenance. If a CCAP family’s mail has been returned to the CCAP agency and there is no forwarding address, take the following steps:
If you do not connect with the family, end the Service Authorization with a 15-day adverse action notice. On the Service Authorization to the family and provider, add a comment explaining the family must contact their CCAP worker.
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