The respondent is very unreasonable and combative. See EXHIBIT 4, text messages at 6:32 p.m. on 12/6/16, in a simply communication by respondent to petitioner and the children, she explains to petitioner "…you might have to get the kids…" the petitioner inquires as to "…why can't you…" pick up the kids, she begins with arguing by stating "Since your dad is making a big deal…". This is her common reaction to things. Our son Ryan replies with "No one is making a big deal" and "He was just asking a question". See EXHIBIT 5, a string of emails on 11/4/16, 11/17/16 and 11/30/16 to respondent's attorney asking for responses to requests for repsondent's Employee Plan Information, Joinder, Preliminary Declaration of Disclosures, proposed "Parenting
He reports the patient’s roommate was subsequently evicted from his home after the landlord inquired about the ambulance visiting. He reports he contacted her father concerning the patient residing within the family home, but the father has said no. In addition, he reports he has attempted to contact her uncle but has been unable to make contact with him. He reports he has attempted to make contact with her said friend who is considering allowing her the opportunity to reside with her but she has not answered her phone and he has been unable to leave a voice message. He reports no one wants her in their home, and the patient has “burned her bridges” with family members. He reports her family would benefit from counseling. In addition, he reports her family has high expectations of CPS. He reports her current case was not going to close within 12 days of 06/30/2017. In addition, the case will not
On December 29, 2015, a beneficiary hearing was held at the request of Mr. Jeffery Williams. The hearing was requested to appeal the denial of Medicaid benefits due to an unfavorable disability decision.
The Department’s Representative contends that the household was receiving benefits and was due for renewal. The household consisted of the Appellant’s husband who is receiving Home and Community Based Service benefits under the MA program and the Appellant was receiving State payment of her Medicare Part B Premium. The Appellant’s total monthly income was Social Security benefits in the amount of $855.00 and a monthly annuity in the amount of $66.00, totaling $921.00. The Appellant’s spouse received income of $767.00 from Social Security benefits. The total household income was combined
The member called and gave me her DHS worker name B. Wilkerson, phone number 313-387-7166 and her case number 121646891. The member report her worker said that she does have medicaid insurance but, the member had questions about her food stamp because she is paying $700 a month and is only getting $27.00. The member also states that her worker will not change her rent from $500 which was what she was paying on Appleton St and she is now paying $700 a month on Cedargrove
She stated she moved out of her mother’s home to Northport, Alabama with her oldest child Antonio being placed in elementary school. She stated that in 1987 or 1988, she moved to Canton, Ohio, where she applied for Aid to Dependent Child (ADC); she was informed that someone was already receiving ADC for the children. She stated that she received notification from DHR in Tuscaloosa stating that they did not keep records back that far; the only records they have shown that she received Medicaid at the time. Ms. Lawson stated that during that time, her mother deceived DHR, the juvenile court, etc. and they are still being deceived to this day. Ms. Lawson stated she has always taken care of her children, has never given up custody of her children, been on the system very little; and has always maintained a job. Ms. Lawson stated that other than this issue, she wanted it known that there are other cases regarding her mother having to do with fraud and manipulation of the courts, DHR, and her children; court cases
I sent the forms to the member on 06/06/2016 as per request but she doesn’t want to fill them out. She went to the Medicaid office (115 Chrystie St., NY, NY 10002) on Wednesday June 8,2016 and they informed that her case is being handle and not further documentation is needed. Medicaid Office gave this case # 0237738221E. That’s the reason why she doesn’t want to fill out further documentation.
I strongly recommended her to stay in contact with the Hearing Rep. I told her that that is the process and that the Hearing Rep is following it. The Hearing Rep will provide all the information to the Administrative Judge and it is the administrative judge that will ultimately make the decision. She will get a copy of the same information as well.
The Department of Human Services, ESWC is a sub-recipient of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE). Since October 2012, the ESWC has received approximately $7.7 million dollars of ETA grants to provide workforce investment activities for eligible Adult, Dislocated Worker, Wagner-Peyser and Youth participants and meet the workforce needs of local employers.
He said that the reason for her divorce was because she contracted many credits under her husband name and SSN. The amount stole from his father was $100.00. - When her husband became aware of it, he left her.
She wanted to file a formal complaint against a CW case worker who is her son's CW caseworker. The constituent stated that the caseworker does everything that the mother of the child (who is her grandson) and she believes that the CW caseworker is violating her and her son's civil rights. Her son's attorney had told her if her son wants to have her child back, they needs to gain the CW caseworker and make the CW caseworker her best friend.
The Department of Housing and Urban Developments (HUD) self-sufficiency programs were developed in an effort to break the cycle of poverty, empowering people to undergo training or education, leading to employment, economic independence and potentially home ownership. In addition, HUD or agencies such as Home Forward liaise with outside agencies providing alternative types of self-sufficiency programs.
She said that is on the waiting list for Section 8. She has applied for Medicare, but because she still is married she does not qualify. She was looking for housing assistance. She was provided with some community resources. Unfortunately we do not have jurisdiction over the Housing Authority, she was