Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 2, § 22100.7 - Program Participant Application under Chapter 3.1 (commencing with section 6205) of Division 7, Title 1 of the Government Code

Current through Register 2022 Notice Reg. No. 14, April 8, 2022

(a) An individual who alleges they are a victim of any of the offenses enumerated in Government Code section 6205.5 subsections (c), (e), (g), (i) and (j), or who alleges they are a Household Member of a Primary Participant as defined in Government Code section 6205.5 subsection (f), and who desires to participate in the Safe at Home program under Chapter 3.1 (commencing with Section 6205 ) of Division 7 of Title 1, shall complete a Safe at Home Program Enrollment Application Form SAH-2 (6/2019), hereby incorporated by reference. If the Applicant has minor children and is subject to court orders related to those children but does not have physical copies of those orders to submit along with the SAH-2 form, the individual applying to participate in the Safe at Home Program shall also complete the Declaration Confirming Court Orders, Form SAH-2A (6/2019), hereby incorporated by reference. Both forms shall be completed at a designated Enrolling Agency location or in the presence of an Enrolling Agency representative.
(1) A Household Member of a Primary Participant who chooses to apply to the Safe at Home program shall submit documentation to substantiate the Household Member's residential address shared with the Primary Participant.

Documentation may include:

A. Joint or individual checking account
B. California driver license
C. Property tax statement or bill
D. Utility bill
E. Lease or rental agreement
F. Property insurance documentation
G. Signed declaration
(2) A Household Member's participation in the Safe at Home program is linked to the participation of the Primary Participant. When a Household Member is applying to the Safe at Home program at the same time as the Primary Participant, the application for the Household Member shall be processed after the application for the Primary Participant. The Household Member shall be enrolled in the Safe at Home program after the application of the Primary Participant has been fully processed.
(3) If an Applicant with minor children becomes a Program Participant, Safe at Home shall send notice to the Other Parent pursuant to section 6206(d) of the Government Code informing the Other Parent of the Safe at Home address of their minor child or children. All Safe at Home Applicants shall provide the first and last name, and the last known address for the Applicant's minor children, and the first and last name, and the last known address for the Other Parent of the Applicant's minor children, regardless of whether or not the Applicant seeks to enroll those minor children in the program.
(b) A guardian or conservator applying on behalf of an eligible minor or an incapacitated adult shall complete application materials for the minor child or incapacitated adult, provide court documents that show proof of guardianship or conservatorship, and complete the Safe at Home Supplemental Guardianship/Conservatorship Form, Form SAH-2B (6/2019), hereby incorporated by reference, in its entirety.
(c) If the Safe at Home Program application is incomplete, Safe at Home program staff shall attempt to contact the Applicant to obtain the missing information. An Applicant who fails to respond to a Safe at Home inquiry regarding their application within 90 calendar days from the date of inquiry shall be denied enrollment into the program based on the incomplete application. Safe at Home shall destroy all unprocessed enrollment applications and any supporting materials after the 90 calendar days has passed.
(d) The Safe at Home program shall provide written notification to the Applicant of either denial to or acceptance into the Safe at Home program.

Notes

Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 2, § 22100.7

Note: Authority cited: Section 6209, Government Code. Reference: Sections 6206, 6208.5 and 6209.7, Government Code.

1. New section filed 3-3-2020; operative 3-3-2020 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2020, No. 10).

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