If a benefit group (see OAR 461-110-0750 (Benefit Group)) or individual is disqualified for a SNAP voluntary job quit or for failure to apply for or provide an SSN, pursue assets, cooperate in the JOBS, JOBS Plus, REP, or a SNAP Employment and Training program, or assist the state’s efforts to collect support, the Department sends the following type of notice:
If benefits are reduced or closed because of the disqualification:
For a JOBS, JOBS Plus, REP, or a SNAP Employment and Training disqualification, and for a SNAP voluntary job quit by an individual receiving SNAP benefits, the notice includes the following information:
The client action that resulted in disqualification.
The length of the minimum disqualification period.
The reduced benefit amount.
How the client may end the disqualification after the minimum period.
The Department does not send a notice of termination to an individual disqualified for an IPV after a court order or a final order from an administrative hearing.
In all programs, the Department sends a continuing benefit decision notice when benefits for other individuals in the benefit group are closed or reduced because an individual in the benefit group is disqualified for an IPV.