Notify clients at least 10 days before changing their benefit issuance method, unless they ask for the change in writing. See 0024.09 (Protective and Vendor Payments).
Notify clients whether the change is to or from issuing benefits directly to them.
The notice must contain all of the information listed in 0026.03 (Content of Notices).
The initial notice of approval for benefits does not have to state the method of issuance.
Notify clients when a county agency review shows the need to continue protective payments. See 0024.09 (Protective and Vendor Payments).
Follow general provisions.
Notify clients when a county agency review of protective, mandatory vendor, or mandatory 2-party payments shows the need to continue them.
In addition, specific provisions apply for notice of change in issuance method relating to referral for chemical use assessment. See 0012.30 (Chemical Use Assessment), 0024.09.03 (Choosing Protective Payees), 0024.09.09 (Discontinuing Protective and Vendor Payments), 0024.09.12 (Payments After Chemical Use Assessment).