MFIP : An informal meeting offered to the CAREGIVER by the EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROVIDER or COUNTY AGENCY to resolve Employment Services-related non-compliance issues. This opportunity is also offered to a MINOR CAREGIVER to resolve non-compliance issues related to education requirements.
See REFUGEE in 0011.03.18 (Non-Citizens - People Fleeing Persecution).
CONFESSION OF JUDGMENT
Written authority by a debtor allowing a legal judgment to be made against him or her in the event of payment default.
Data that are available neither to the public nor the subject of the data under State law. See 0003.09.09 (Clients Rights, Private and Confidential Data).
A combination of state and federal dollars the state allocates to counties to administer Welfare Reform. Counties and tribes have the flexibility to use these funds to develop local programs and services designed to improve DWP and MFIP participant outcomes. These programs and services may include Employment Services, social services and emergency funds, as well as others with the goal of improving the economic stability of DWP and MFIP participants. Services may also be provided to families whose incomes are under 200% of FPG, and to non-custodial parents of a child receiving DWP and MFIP. See also TANF PARTICIPATION RATE in 0002.65 (Glossary: Suitable...).
CONTRACT FOR DEED
A conditional sales contract for purchase of real estate. The contract is held by a private party as opposed to a lending institution. See 0017 (Determining Gross Income), 0018 (Determining Net Income). Also see INSTALLMENT CONTRACT in 0002.33 (Glossary: Independent...).
An ASSISTANCE PAYMENT made to correct an UNDERPAYMENT. See 0025.09 (Correcting Underpayments), 0025.09.03 (Where to Send Corrective Payments).
A comparison of the cost of goods and services. An alternative that costs less than other choices but produces the desired result.
Specific assets that may be counted toward the asset limit.
EARNED and UNEARNED income that is not excluded or disregarded.
The total value of all countable assets which are available and not excluded.
The EARNED income that remains after applicable disregards have been subtracted from gross earned income.
The county human service agency(s) responsible for the administration of the cash, food, and health care programs. It also includes any agency(s) that contracts with the human service agency for the delivery of financial, health care, child care programs, and employment services.
COUNTY AGENCY ERROR OVERPAYMENT
An OVERPAYMENT caused by county agency action or inaction.
COUNTY OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The county obligated to pay a participant's benefits.
COUNTY OF RESIDENCE
The county where the CAREGIVER has established a home.
A court imposed sentence requiring people to perform unpaid public work or community service.
Recovery of an OVERPAYMENT through the criminal judicial process rather than the civil one. See 0025.24.03 (Recovering Fraudulently Obtained Assistance).
See BATTERED NON-CITIZEN in 0002.05 (Glossary: Assistance Standard...).
See COMBINED SIX-MONTH REPORT (CSR) in 0002.11 (Glossary: Child Care...), 0007.03.02 (Six-Month Reporting).
See 0011.03.18 (Non-Citizens - People Fleeing Persecution).
See 0011.03.18 (People Fleeing Persecution).
A PARENT who has physical custody of his/her child.
See COMMUNITY WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM in 0002.11 (Glossary: Child Care...).
DATA PRACTICES MANUAL
A manual issued by DHS that contains the policies and procedures that DHS has adopted to ensure compliance with laws governing the practices of sensitive information collected and maintained by the welfare system. It also outlines procedures to ensure that individuals and the public have access to appropriate data.
DATE OF APPLICATION
See APPLICATION DATE in 0002.03 (Glossary: Agent Orange...).
MFIP, DWP, MSA, GA, GRH: A bank card issued by a financial institution that accepts direct deposits, has a dollar value and allows the card owner to make an electronic purchase or withdraw cash. This includes cards provided by a bank as a service for customers who cannot open checking or other deposit accounts.
An amount of income not counted in the computation of a person's income because its use or intended use is for certain specific expenses.