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WHEN NOT TO GIVE ADDITIONAL NOTICE

ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

County agencies do not have to give additional notice before acting when a client loses an appeal. The original notice and the appeal decision are the client's notice.


MFIP, DWP, MSA, GA, GRH:

Follow general provisions.


SNAP:

County agencies do not have to give additional notice in these circumstances:

A client's benefit levels decrease in the second month of participation and the client was notified of this at certification.

Clients apply for cash assistance and SNAP on the same CAF, and receive SNAP pending the approval of cash assistance. Notify clients at certification that their SNAP benefits will decrease if the county agency approves cash assistance.

The agency certifies clients on an expedited basis and postpones verifications. See 0004.15 (Emergencies - Postponed Verification Notice). Notify clients at certification that their SNAP benefits will be terminated if they fail to provide postponed verifications.

The agency begins recoupment after clients fail to make agreed upon repayments, and do not negotiate a new repayment schedule. See 0025.15 (Order of Recovery - Participants).

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