Oregon Department of Human Services, Self-Sufficiency Programs

Rule Rule 461-115-0430
Periodic Redeterminations; Not EA, ERDC, SNAP, or TA-DVS


The Department periodically redetermines the eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000 (Definitions for Chapter 461)) of clients for benefits and assigns a redetermination date by which the next determination is required. The Department selects the redetermination date based on the client’s circumstances and according to the following requirements:

(1)

In the GA program, the Department redetermines eligibility at least once every 12 months.

(2)

In the OSIP and OSIPM programs, the Department determines eligibility at least once every 12 months for clients who are not eligible for SSI. No redetermination is required for clients who are eligible for SSI.

(3)

In the QMB program, the Department determines eligibility at least once every 12 months for clients who are not eligible for SSI. For QMB recipients who are also eligible for OSIPM, a redetermination for QMB is completed with the redetermination of OSIPM.

(4)

The REF and REFM programs are time limited programs; therefore, no periodic redeterminations are made.

(5)

In the SFPSS program, the Department redetermines eligibility at least once every 12 months. The Department redetermines program eligibility by redetermining eligibility for the TANF program.

(6)

In the TANF program, benefits will end the last day of the certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000 (Definitions for Chapter 461)). The Department redetermines eligibility according to the following schedule:

(a)

At least once every six months for each of the following:

(A)

Clients not participating in an activity (see OAR 461-001-0025 (Definitions of Terms, Components, and Activities; JOBS, Pre-TANF, TANF)) of an open case plan (see OAR 461-001-0025 (Definitions of Terms, Components, and Activities; JOBS, Pre-TANF, TANF)).

(B)

Clients who are currently serving a JOBS disqualification.

(b)

At least once every 12 months for all other clients.
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Jun. 8, 2021