Absence from the Home: Temporary vs Permanent

Determining whether an absence is temporary or permanent.

UpdatedCountable Property

Determining the countable value of property not associated with the home property

G1DX Edit Errors for Medical Cases

Instructions regarding G1DX Errors and Medical Cases.

How to Code Home Property Information in FACS

Instructions on entering home property information on the resource tab in FACS.

NON-PS2 Instructions (Intake)

This is a list with descriptions of the non-PS2 fields in the FACS Intake Tab.


The worker may approve homeless families for a maximum of 30 calendar days of protective/preventive child care when the family does not meet another need factor. The definition of homeless includes families who do not have a fixed, regular, and adequate night time residence and includes families who: Temporarily share housing with other persons due […]

EA Screen

Check the EA screen to obtain case and household information. To view this screen: Login to IMS Clear the screen Type EA (space) and the case number Press ‘Enter’ Field Descriptions A1 – Case Number A4 – County Number A7 – County Code A10 – Supervisor Number A13 – Worker Number A16 – Language Indicator […]

Temporary Absence from Home

Temporary absence from home – a person may be temporarily absent from the home and plan to return within a certain period of time.  Depending on the program, the person may be included in the benefit while absent.  Policy regarding this term is located at: Child Care Subsidy:  340:40-7-6. Household composition and income consideration; and […]


Residence – a person must be a resident of Oklahoma to be eligible for AFS benefits.  Policy regarding this term is located at: Child Care Subsidy: 340:40-7-5. Resources, residence, and citizenship; and 340:40-7-8. Defining the need factor for child care benefits. LIHEAP: 340:20-1-15. Other procedures. Public Assistance Procedures (all programs): 340:65-3-1. Determination of eligibility; and […]

Questionable Information

Questionable information – is information provided by the client that is inconsistent with previous statements made by the client, other information in the case record, or other information received by DHS.  This information must be resolved if it could affect the household’s eligibility to receive the benefit.  Policy regarding this term is located at: LIHEAP: 340:20-1-11. […]