The RSDI benefit amount before deducting the Medicare premium.
GROSS SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
GROSS RECEIPTS from SELF-EMPLOYMENT, less DEDUCTION for allowable business expenses. See 0017.15.33 (Self-Employment Income).
See FEDERAL BENEFIT RATE (FBR) in 0002.23 (Glossary: Fair Hearing...).
A specialized facility providing 24-hour care for no more than 10 children, including the group home parents' own children under age 21.
GROUP LIVING ARRANGEMENT
A public or private non-profit facility certified under Section 1616(e) of the Social Security Act or a comparable state law or rule which serves no more than 16 people. This may include Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (ICF/DD).
GROUP RESIDENTIAL HOUSING (GRH)
A state-funded program that provides at a minimum, room and board for unrelated people who live in certain licensed or registered group living arrangements and who receive SSI or would be eligible for SSI EXCEPT for excess income and are blind, age 65 or older, or disabled and age 18 or older, or meet a category of eligibility under the GA program.
See GUARANTEED STUDENT LOANS (GSL) below.
GUARANTEED STUDENT LOANS (GSL)
A federal educational loan program for post-secondary students.
See LEGAL GUARDIAN in 0002.37 (Glossary: Learning...).
See 0011.03.18 (Non-Citizens - People Fleeing Persecution).
MFIP : A person who is enrolled in a graded or ungraded primary, intermediate, secondary, GED, trade, technical, or vocational school, and who meets the school's standard of half-time attendance.
A place that provides a temporary residence for people waiting for institutional placement.
A place that provides a temporary residence for people who have left an institution and who are preparing to re enter the community.
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HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD
See PRIMARY CONTACT PERSON in 0002.49 (Glossary: Permanent...).
HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (MA), Refugee Medical Assistance, and MINNESOTACARE. See the Minnesota Health Care Programs Eligibility Policy Manual for Health Care programs.
HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION
An organization licensed by the Department of Health to provide all defined health care benefits to people in return for a capitated payment.
See HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION above.
The primary place of residence used by a person as the base for day to day living and does not include locations used as mail drops.
SNAP: A person who lacks a fixed and regular nighttime residence, or a person whose primary residence is: a supervised shelter designed for temporary accommodations; a halfway house or similar facility that provides temporary residence; a place not designed for sleeping accommodations (bridge, lobby, etc.); a temporary accommodation in the home of another person (a person in this situation may be considered homeless for no more than 90 days).