45 CFR 260.55 - What are the additional requirements for Federal recognition of good cause domestic violence waivers?

§ 260.55 What are the additional requirements for Federal recognition of good cause domestic violence waivers?
To be federally recognized, good cause domestic violence waivers must:
(a) Identify the specific program requirements that are being waived;
(b) Be granted appropriately based on need, as determined by an individualized assessment by a person trained in domestic violence and redeterminations no less often than every six months;
(c) Be accompanied by an appropriate services plan that:
(1) Is developed by a person trained in domestic violence;
(2) Reflects the individualized assessment and any revisions indicated by the redetermination; and
(3) To the extent consistent with§ 260.52(c), is designed to lead to work.
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§ 260.55 What are the additional requirements for Federal recognition of good cause domestic violence waivers?

To be federally recognized, good cause domestic violence waivers must:

(a) Identify the specific program requirements that are being waived;

(b) Be granted appropriately based on need, as determined by an individualized assessment by a person trained in domestic violence and redeterminations no less often than every six months;

(c) Be accompanied by an appropriate services plan that:

(1) Is developed by a person trained in domestic violence;

(2) Reflects the individualized assessment and any revisions indicated by the redetermination; and

(3) To the extent consistent with § 260.52(c), is designed to lead to work.