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Fugitive felon Probation and/or parole violator Individual with OWF and/or PRC fraud overpayment balance Individual ineligible for other programs due to non-compliance with the terms of their assistance as stated in their Self-Sufficiency Plan and Contract Unmarried, non-graduate parent under 18 not attending school Unmarried parent under 18 not living in an adult supervised setting Person fraudulently receiving assistance in two or more states is ineligible for PRC assistance for ten (10) years Households who do not use their resources to meet their needs Families giving false or incorrect information An assistance group with any family member who is determined by the courts or state hearing to have committed an Intentional Program Violation will be ineligible for the PRC program for the duration of the IPV sanction Making restitution to the ODJFS for any and all identified overpayments. This includes OWF cash, supplements, work allowances, PRC and food stamp overpayments. The individual needs to establish a current payment plan with benefit recovery.
If you are eligible, the agency will limit assistance issued under this program to the actual documented amount you need. You are required to use all income resources determined by the agency to be available to you to meet this emergency. As in all public assistance programs, a household applying for the PRC Program has rights and responsibilities. The applicant is responsible for completing all necessary documents, furnishing all available facts, information, and verifications as requested by the agency, and in cooperating to the fullest extent in the eligibility determination process.
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