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55 Pa. Code § 3041.22. Subsidy disruption.

§ 3041.22. Subsidy disruption.

 (a)  If child care is disrupted due to the provider’s loss of the Department’s certification or registration or another reason that prevents the child’s continued care at that facility, the child is eligible for subsidy at another facility.

 (b)  If a child loses care as a result of circumstances specified in subsection (a), the child’s subsidy is suspended until the parent or caretaker selects another provider and funding is available.

 (c)  Subsidy to a child may be disrupted if the eligibility agency cannot continue to subsidize the number of children enrolled in subsidized child care due to insufficient State or Federal funding.

   (1)  Subsidy for children whose family’s income is at the highest percentage of the FPIG is disrupted first.

   (2)  A child whose subsidy is disrupted under this subsection shall be placed on the waiting list according to the date of the initial eligibility for subsidized child care.

Cross References

   This section cited in 55 Pa. Code §  3041.171 (relating to appealable actions); and 55 Pa. Code §  3041.172 (relating to discontinuation of subsidy).

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