ACL 07-04: Changes To CalWORKs Sanction Policies (1/12/07)

The 2nd of two ACL’s describing the end of durational sanctions.  This one instructs the counties to follow the instructions for a first sanction that were set out in the original sanction ACL. Recipients can “cure” a sanction whenever they contact the county; the county has 10 days from this contact to develop and get the recipient to sign a “cure” plan. The plan length cannot exceed the original “failure” activity, or 30 days for on-going activities. The sanction ends if the county cannot provide support services. Food Stamps sanctions, which remain 3, 6 and 12 months, end as soon as the CalWORKs sanction is fixed. Includes revised notices and request to cure form. [Download]