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GLOSSARY: RECIPIENT...

ISSUE DATE: 12/2016

RECIPIENT
See PARTICIPANT in 0002.47 (Glossary: OJT...).

RECOGNITION OF PARENTAGE

See MINNESOTA VOLUNTARY RECOGNITION OF PARENTAGE in 0002.41 (Glossary: Medically Necessary...) for the definition of the form.

RECOUPMENT

Withholding part of a UNIT's ASSISTANCE BENEFIT to recover an OVERPAYMENT.

RECOVERY

The process of obtaining a repayment of an OVERPAYMENT.

RECURRING CHANGE

A change in circumstances expected to occur on a regular basis.

RECURRING INCOME

A form of income which is:

Received periodically, and may be received irregularly when receipt can be anticipated even though the date of receipt cannot be predicted.

AND

From the same source or of the same type that is received and budgeted in a prospective month and is received in 1 or both of the 1st 2 retrospective months.


RECURRING MEDICAL EXPENSES

A medical expense that is reasonably expected to occur on a regular basis; for example, a drug prescription which is refilled every month. Also see NON RECURRING MEDICAL EXPENSES in 0002.45 (Glossary: Netherlands' Act...).

REDETERMINATION

See RECERTIFICATION in 0002.53 (Glossary: Qualified...).

REFEREE

See HUMAN SERVICES JUDGE in 0002.31 (Glossary: Honoraria...).

REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE (RCA)

A federally funded program that provides cash benefits to eligible refugees for up to 8 months after arrival in the United States. For information on RCA eligibility, see 0030.03 (Refugee Cash Assistance).

REFUGEE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (RMA)

A federally funded program that provides medical coverage to eligible refugees for up to 8 months after arrival in the United States. For information on RMA eligibility, see 0030.06 (Refugee Medical Assistance) and the Minnesota Health Care Programs Eligibility Policy Manual.

REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM

See UNITED STATES REFUGEE ADMISSIONS PROGRAM (USRAP) in 0002.71 (Glossary: Two Party...).

REFUGEE UNACCOMPANIED MINOR

A person who:

Is under 18 years of age (or 21, under state law on benefits to children who were in foster care at age 18).

AND

Entered the United States unaccompanied by and not destined to (a) a parent, (b) a close non parental adult relative who is willing and able to care for the child, or an adult with a clear and court verifiable claim to custody of the minor.

AND

Has no parents in the United States.


The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) determines Refugee Unaccompanied Minor status when a person enters the United States.

REFUGEES

A person who has fled from his/her home country and cannot return because he/she has a well-founded fear of persecution based on religion, race, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. See 0010.18.24 (Verification - I-94 Cards), 0011.03.18 (Non-Citizens - People Fleeing Persecution), 0030 (Refugee Assistance Programs).

REGIONAL TREATMENT CENTER (RTC)

Any state-operated facility for people who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled, or chemically dependent under the direct administrative authority of the Commissioner.

REHABILITATION CENTERS

See TREATMENT RESIDENCES in 0002.67 (Glossary: Thrifty...).

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