APPEALAGENCY: Agency where appeals are filed

A request for a fair hearing is any clear, written statement to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, or its agent, by the person denied a benefit stating that they want to present their claim to a higher authority. - 11.4%
Administration for Integral Child Care and Development - 11.4%
Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services; Office of Appeals and hearings - 11.4%
Child Care Program Office, Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) District Office or Central Office - 11.4%
County Department of Social Services - 11.4%
Department for Children and Families, Child Development Division - 11.4%
Department of Appeals and Hearings - 11.4%
Department of Community and Cultural Affairs Office of the Secretary - 11.4%
Department of Early Education and Care - 11.4%
Department of Family Services, State Office - 11.4%
Department of Human Resources Administrative Hearing Office - 11.4%
Department of Human Services - 34.3%
Department of Human Services Appeals Office - 11.4%
Department of Human Services Appeals Section - 22.9%
Department of Human and Social Services Division of Systems Development and Community Assistance - 11.4%
Division of Administrative Hearings - 22.9%
Division of Hearings and Appeals - 11.4%
Division of Social Services - 11.4%
Illinois Department of Human Services or the CCR&R serving the client - 11.4%
Indiana Division of Family Resources - 22.9%
Local Department of Workforce Services office, the Division of Adjudication, or the District Court. - 11.4%
Local department of social services - 34.3%
Local service agency (first appeal), California Division of Child Development (second appeal) - 11.4%
Michigan Department of Human Services local office or the Circuit Court - 11.4%
New Mexico children, youth and families department. - 11.4%
New York State Office of Children and Family Services - 11.4%
Not in manual - 1420.3%
Office for Children and Youth - 11.4%
Office of Administrative Hearings - 34.3%
Office of Appeals - 11.4%
Office of State Administrative Hearings (OSAH) - 11.4%
Quality Assurance Section of the Ombudsman's Office - 11.4%
Rhode Island Department of Human Services - 11.4%
South Carolina Department of Social Services - 11.4%
South Dakota Department of Social Services Office of Administrative Hearings - 11.4%
The Child Care Program Office - 11.4%
The Connecticut Department of Social Services or the Connecticut Superior Court - 11.4%
The North Dakota Department of Human Services - 22.9%
The Oregon Department of Human Services - 11.4%
The WorkSource - Gulf Coast Workforce Board - 11.4%
The contracted agency and/or the Division of Family Development - 22.9%
The eligibility agency designated by the Department of Public Welfare of the Commonwealth. - 22.9%
Virginia Department of Social Services - 11.4%
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources - 11.4%
Total 69 100%

Based upon 69 valid cases out of 69 total cases.

Location: 101-337 (width: 237; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: character


Source: This variable was taken from: Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Policies Database, 2011.

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