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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 35. Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
Chapter 230. Operation of the Individual and Family Support Program
7/12/2020

12VAC35-230-70. Application Review Criteria.

Upon receipt of a completed application, the department shall:

1. Verify that the individual is on the statewide ID or IFDDS Medicaid Waiver waiting list;

2. Confirm that the services or items for which funding is requested are eligible for funding in accordance with 12VAC35-230-50;

3. Determine that the services or items for which funding is requested are needed to support the continued residence of the individual with ID/DD in his own or the family home;

4. Determine that other public funding sources have been fully explored and utilized and are not available to purchase or provide the requested services or items;

5. Evaluate the cost of the requested services or items; and

6. Consider past performance of the individual and family members regarding compliance with this chapter.

Statutory Authority

§ 37.2-203 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 30, Issue 07, eff. January 16, 2014.

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