2006 New York Code - Laws: Social Services : (131 - 152-b) General Provisions

131 - Assistance, care and services to be given.
131-A - Monthly grants and allowances of public assistance.
131-AA - Monthly statistical reports
Effective Date: 05/27/2006
131-B - Fees for services.
131-C - Inclusion of parents and siblings of a minor in the public assistance household.
131-D - Substance abuse rehabilitative and preventive services.
131-E - Family planning services.
131-F - Retroactive social security benefit increases.
131-G - Authority to accept public and private gifts.
131-H - Authority to operate family homes for adults.
131-I - Social services districts; agreements.
131-I* - Family loan program.
131-J - Certain utility deposits.
131-K - Illegal aliens.
131-L - Exclusion of agent orange benefits.
131-M - Information on resource referral services.
131-N - Exemption of income and resources.
Repeal Date: 08/22/2007
131-O - Personal allowances accounts.
131-P - Group health insurance benefits; condition of eligibility.
131-Q - Electronic payment file transfer system pilot project.
131-R - Liability for reimbursement of public assistance benefits.
131-S - Payments made for utility service for recipients of public assistance benefits, supplemental security income benefits or additional state payments.
131-T - Periodic reporting.
131-U - Domestic violence services to eligible persons.
131-V - Temporary emergency shelter.
131-W - Limitations in the payment of rent arrears.
131-X - Reverse mortgage loans.
131-Z - Child assistance program.
132 - Investigation of applications.
132-A - Children born out of wedlock; special provisions.
133 - Temporary preinvestigation grant.
133-A - Contracts for distribution of public assistance grants.
134 - Supervision.
134-A - Conduct of investigation.
134-B - Front end detection system.
135 - Cooperation of public welfare officials.
136 - Protection of public welfare records.
136-A - Information from state tax commission and the comptroller.
137 - Exemption from levy and execution.
137-A - Exemption of earnings of recipients from assignment, income execution and installment payment order.
138-A - Responsibility of the department for recipients in family care.
139-A - Special provisions to avoid abuse of assistance and care.
141 - Burial of the dead.
142 - Exclusiveness of eligibility requirements.
142-A - Federal economic opportunity act grants or payments; effect on eligibility for certain public assistance or care.
142-B - Federal manpower development training act and elementary and secondary education act grants or payments; effect on eligibility for certain public assi
143 - Information to be given by employers of labor to social services officials, the department, family court and the state department of mental hygiene.
143-A - Information to be given to public welfare officials by retail instalment sellers, small loan companies and sales finance companies.
143-B - Avoidance of abuses in connection with rent checks.
143-C - Avoidance of abuses in connection with rent security deposits.
144 - Power of public welfare officials and service officers to administer oaths; power of public welfare officials to subpoena persons liable for support a
144-A - Information to be given to officials of the department and of social services districts.
145 - Penalties.
145-A - Judgment liens.
145-B - False statements; actions for treble damages.
145-C - Sanctions.
146 - Penalty for the sale or exchange of assistance supplies.
147 - Misuse of food stamps, food stamp program coupons, authorization cards and electronic access devices.
148 - Penalty for unlawfully bringing a needy person into a public welfare district.
149 - Penalty for bringing a needy person into the state.
150 - Penalty for neglect to report or for making false report.
151 - Penalty for cashing public assistance checks.
152 - Payments to the New York public welfare association; attendance at conventions of public welfare officials.
152-A - Burial reserves for certain recipients of public assistance or care from assigned assets.
152-B - Surplus after recovery of cost of public assistance and care; unclaimed funds.

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