10A NCAC 71R .0603 BASIS FOR DENIAL OR TERMINATION OF SERVICES
(a) Reasons for denial of an application for services and reasons for the termination of services include the following:
(1) The individual has failed to cooperate with the agency in determining (or redetermining) eligibility;
(2) The individual cannot be located to allow for determination (or redetermination) of eligibility;
(3) The individual has been determined to be not eligible for the services requested on the basis that (s)he does not meet (or because of changing circumstances, no longer meets) the conditions of eligibility for the program funding sources under which the service is provided or the definition of the target population for receipt of the service;
(4) The service is not available in the county in which the individual has legal residence;
(5) The service will not be available in sufficient time to ensure its prompt provision, as set forth in Rules .0802 and .0803 of this Subchapter;
(6) The agency has exhausted its funds for the provision of the service for that program year;
(7) The individual has notified the agency that (s)he no longer wants or needs the service;
(8) The agency has determined that the individual is no longer able to avail himself/herself of the service because (s)he has moved to another county or has been admitted to an institution;
(9) The individual has failed to utilize the service or to cooperate in service delivery;
(10) The individual is residing in a facility or institution and the funding source prohibits provision of the service to clients in facilities or institutions; and
(11) The individual fails to meet any other conditions set forth in rules in Chapters 70 and 71 of this Title governing delivery of the service.
(b) The agency must document the basis for denial or termination of services on the notice to the client, except in cases where notice is not required as set forth in 10A NCAC 67A .0202.
History Note: Authority G.S. 143B‑153;
Eff. July 1, 1983;
Amended Eff. November 1, 2007; March 1, 1994; May 1, 1990; November 1, 1984;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. May 20, 2017.