Document to host the SNAP EO Screening Process Flowchart
This is a list with descriptions of the NON-PS2 fields in the FACS Expedited Services Tab.
The following are examples on how to determine whether or not a SNAP application is expedited or not: Please use the current Appendix C-3 to determine which utility standards to use in your calculations. John applies for SNAP benefits. John has earned income of $800 per month, pays shelter expense of $500, and he is […]
An S/EO is issued when a household is determined eligible for expedited services with postponed verification. The following steps are instructions on coding a SNAP certification after pending verification is returned to the office. Example 1: Verification Returned Within 30 Days Reba Yearwood applies for SNAP benefits on April 1, 2020. The application for SNAP […]
To streamline the application process and determination of expedited services, DHS has approved the use of a web based program, the EO Screening Tool. The tool itself does the calculations to determine EO eligibility based on the information entered (See the script that appears in the sections ‘Script’ and ‘EO Food Stamp Benefits Eligibility’. The […]
All initial applications must be screened for expedited eligibility. If the client is also ABAWD (Able Bodied Adult without Dependents), expedited eligibility DOES NOT get ignored. If during the interview the client claims that: he/she does not meet any of the exemptions; has not worked at least 80 hours in any 30 day period since […]
Client applied for and was certified for an EO with postponed verification on 08/18/15 for two months. Client did not return the needed verification until 09/24/15, which of course is after the initial 30 days. Is a new application and interview needed since we are changing the application date? No. The application is good for […]