Effective Date: 10/1/2018 | Last revised: 9/26/2018
Revisions: Policy Manual Revision Log
This policy applies at application, reapplication or change of circumstances that may change a copayment or increase in authorization.
- Household composition must be consistent with household composition information provided to other programs including TANF, Food, Medical, and the Division of Child Support.
- Consumers must provide the name and address of the other parent except:
- When they have an open child support case with the Division of Child Support or household composition was verified using current available systems; or
- When providing this information may result in serious physical or emotional harm to the consumer or anyone living with the consumer; or
- When the consumer provides a statement under penalty of perjury that the other parent’s information is unknown.
- DCYF requests additional verification or a collateral contact statement is requested when:
- The consumer provides questionable or inconsistent information; or
- An unexplained discrepancy in the household compositions exists between child care and the other programs.