20 CFR 641.545 - What supportive services may grantees and sub-recipients provide to participants?
(a) Grantees and sub-recipients are required to assess all participants' need for supportive services and to make every effort to assist participants in obtaining needed supportive services. Grantees and sub-recipients may provide directly or arrange for supportive services that are necessary to enable an individual to successfully participate in a SCSEP project, including but not limited to payment of reasonable costs of transportation; health and medical services; special job-related or personal counseling; incidentals such as work shoes, badges, uniforms, eyeglasses, and tools; dependent care; housing, including temporary shelter; needs-related payments; and follow-up services. (OAA §§ 502(c)(6)(A)(iv), 518(a)(7)).
(c) Grantees and sub-recipients are encouraged to contact placed participants throughout the first 12 months following placement to determine if they have the necessary supportive services to remain in the job and to provide or arrange to provide such services if feasible.
Title 20 published on 20-May-2017 03:30
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 20 CFR Part 641 after this date.
- 20 CFR 641.864 — What Functions and Activities Constitute Programmatic Activity Costs?
- 20 CFR 641.540 — What Types of Training May Grantees and Sub-Recipients Provide to SCSEP Participants in Addition to the Training Received at a Community Service Assignment?
- 20 CFR 641.874 — What Conditions Apply to a SCSEP Grantee Request to Use Additional Funds for Training and Supportive Service Costs?