SR'S RETAINED (FAM)

 

The following table lists the Supervisory Releases retained in this manual.

 

SR

Number

Subject

Effective

Date

Obsolete

Date

98-21

Expansion of Medical Coverage to Children Aged 0-1 with Income between 185% and 300% of Federal Poverty Levels

 

05/01/98

06/01/98

98-30

Follow-up to SR 98-21; elimination of premium for KidsCare PLUS

05/01/98

06/01/98

98-47

Revised Assistance Group Composition and Deemed Income Policy for TANF and State Supplement Related Medical Assistance Cases - Applicable Only to the New HEIGHTS Pilot Project in the Concord District Office

Retro to 8/3/98

12/1/98

98-50

Release of Policy and Forms Relating to Pilot Implementation of New HEIGHTS and EBT/EFT

08/03/98

12/01/98

99-02

Healthy Kids Medical Coverage for Children Under Age 19; Renaming of Title XIX Medical Coverage for All Children Under Age 19 to Healthy Kids-Gold (HKG), Regardless of Category of Assistance; Revision of Policy Prohibiting Having Other Health Insurance for MA Group Previously Known as Expanded Infants KidsCare PLUS; Expansion of Medical Coverage to Include Children Eligible for Healthy Kids-Silver Medical Insurance;

1/1/99

2/1/99

00-21

Temporary Exclusion of Census Bureau Income in the TANF, Medicaid, Food Stamp and Child Care Assistance Programs

3/1/2000

12/31/2000

05-29

HomeCare Works Pilot Program for the Berlin and Manchester NHEP Offices Only

08/22/05

 

05-30

Processing New Hire Data Exchanges at Redeterminations Only for All Programs of Assistance

08/01/05

 

08-21

Transfer of the Town of Londonderry from the Manchester Catchment Area to the Salem Catchment Area

06/01/08

 

09-06

Temporary Exclusion of United States Census Bureau Income for All Applicants and Recipients of Financial Assistance to Needy Families (FANF) Financial Assistance, Medicaid, Except for Medicaid Received Under an Adult Category of Assistance, Child Care Assistance, and Refugee Cash and Medical Assistance (RCA/RMA)

3/1/09

12/31/10

 

09-16

Treatment of Increase to Unemployment Compensation Benefits Related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) for All Categories of Financial and Medical Assistance, Child Care, and Food Stamp Assistance

 

3/1/09

 

09-09

Changes to Child Care Eligibility Requirements; New Form NHEP800CC(T), Application for Child Care Assistance, and Its Associated Instructions

4/1/09

 

09-12

Central Healthy Kids (CHK) Office Pilot to Process Food Stamp Applications from the Current CHK Caseload and Provide Ongoing Food Stamp Case Management to Eligible CHK Families

5/1/09

 

09-24

Automatic Eligibility for Free School Meals for School-Age Recipients of Financial Assistance to Needy Families and/or Food Stamps

7/14/09

 

09-27

Revised District Office Walk-in Hours; Obsolescence of SR 04-35, Dated 10/04, Revised District Office Walk-In Hours…

8/10/09

 

10-14

Exclusion of the $25 Weekly Increase in the Unemployment Compensation Benefits (UCB) for the Food Stamp Program

11/1/09

 

13-29

Elimination of the Need to Obtain Parental Consent to Share National School Lunch Program (NSLP) Eligibility Information with the Department of Education (DOE) as Previously Released in DFA SR 09-24; Revised DFA Form 811S, Application: Statements of Understanding, and Its Nepali and Spanish Translations

7/11/13