45 CFR 96.123 - Assurances.

§ 96.123 Assurances.

(a) The application must include assurances that:

(1) the State will expend the Block Grant in accordance with the percentage to be allocated to treatment, prevention, and other activities as prescribed by law and, also, for the purposes prescribed by law;

(2) The activities relating to intravenous drug use pursuant to § 96.126 will be carried out;

(3) The TB services and referral will be carried out pursuant to § 96.127, as well as the early intervention services for HIV provided for in § 96.128, if a designated State;

(4) The revolving funds to establish group homes for recovering substance abusers is in place consistent with the provisions of § 96.129 and the loans will be made and used as provided for by law;

(5) The State has a law in effect making it illegal to sell or distribute tobacco products to minors as provided in § 96.130(b), will conduct annual, unannounced inspections as prescribed in § 96.130, will enforce such law in a manner that can reasonably be expected to reduce the extent to which tobacco products are available to individuals under the age of 18, and will submit an annual report as required under § 96.122(d) and § 96.130(e);

(6) Pregnant women are provided preference in admission to treatment centers as provided by § 96.131, and are provided interim services as necessary and as required by law;

(7) The State will improve the process in the State for referrals of individuals to the treatment modality that is most appropriate for the individuals, will ensure that continuing education is provided to employees of any funded entity providing prevention activities or treatment services, and will coordinate prevention activities and treatment services with the provision of other appropriate services as provided by § 96.132;

(8) The State will submit an assessment of need as required by section 96.133;

(9) The State will for such year maintain aggregate State expenditures by the principal agency of a State for authorized activities at a level that is not less than the average level of such expenditures maintained by the State for the 2-year period preceding the fiscal year for which the State is applying for the grant as provided by § 96.134;

(10) The Block Grant will not be used to supplant State funding of alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment programs;

(11) For purposes of maintenance of effort pursuant to §§ 96.127(f), 96.128(f), and 96.134, the State will calculate the base using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and the composition of the base will be applied consistently from year to year;

(12) The State will for the fiscal year for which the grant is provided comply with the restrictions on the expenditure of Block Grant funds as provided by § 96.135;

(13) The State will make the State Plan public within the State in such manner as to facilitate comment from any person (including any Federal or other public agency) during the development of the State Plan and after the submission of the State Plan (including any revisions) to the Secretary as provided by § 1941 of the PHS Act;

(14) The State will for the fiscal year for which the grant is provided, provide for independent peer review to assess the quality, appropriateness, and efficacy of treatment services provided in the State to individuals under the program involved as required by § 96.136;

(15) The State has in effect a system to protect from inappropriate disclosure patient records maintained by the State in connection with an entity which is receiving amounts from the grant;

(16) The State will comply with chapter 75 of title 31, United States Code, pertaining to audits; and

(17) The State will abide by all applicable Federal laws and regulations, including those relating to lobbying ( 45 CFR part 93), drug-free workplace ( 45 CFR 76.600), discrimination (PHS Act Sec. 1947), false statements or failure to disclose certain events (PHS Act Sec. 1946), and, as to the State of Hawaii, services for Native Hawaiians (PHS Act Sec. 1953).

(18) The State will comply with the requirements of 42 CFR part 54.

[ 58 FR 17070, Mar. 31, 1993, as amended at 61 FR 1508, Jan. 19, 1996; 66 FR 46227, Sept. 4, 2001; 68 FR 56448, Sept. 30, 2003]

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

§ 300w - Authorization of appropriations

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§ 300x - Formula grants to States

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§ 300y - Data infrastructure development

§ 701 - Authorization of appropriations; purposes; definitions

§ 702 - Allotment to States and Federal set-aside

§ 703 - Payments to States

§ 703a - Omitted

§ 704 - Use of allotment funds

§ 704a - Omitted

§ 704b - Nonavailability of allotments after close of fiscal year

§ 705 - Application for block grant funds

§ 706 - Administrative and fiscal accountability

§ 707 - Criminal penalty for false statements

§ 708 - Nondiscrimination provisions

§ 709 - Administration of Federal and State programs

§ 710 - Separate program for abstinence education

§ 711 - Maternal, infant, and early childhood home visiting programs

§ 712 - Services to individuals with a postpartum condition and their families

§ 713 - Personal responsibility education

§ 714.. - Omitted

§ 721.. - Repealed. Pub. L. 90–248, title II, § 240(e)(1), Jan. 2, 1968, 81 Stat. 915

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§ 9901 - Purposes and goals

§ 9902 - Definitions

§ 9903 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 9904 - Establishment of block grant program

§ 9905 - Distribution to territories

§ 9906 - Allotments and payments to States

§ 9907 - Uses of funds

§ 9908 - Application and plan

§ 9909 - Designation and redesignation of eligible entities in unserved areas

§ 9910 - Tripartite boards

§ 9911 - Payments to Indian tribes

§ 9912 - Office of Community Services

§ 9913 - Training, technical assistance, and other activities

§ 9914 - Monitoring of eligible entities

§ 9915 - Corrective action; termination and reduction of funding

§ 9916 - Fiscal controls, audits, and withholding

§ 9917 - Accountability and reporting requirements

§ 9918 - Limitations on use of funds

§ 9919 - Drug and child support services and referrals

§ 9920 - Operational rule

§ 9921 - Discretionary authority of Secretary

§ 9922 - Community food and nutrition programs

§ 9923 - National or regional programs designed to provide instructional activities for low-income youth

§ 9924 - References

§ 9925 - Demonstration partnership agreements addressing needs of poor

§ 9926 - Projects to expand the number of job opportunities available to certain low-income individuals

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