Bills Pending New York Assembly Social Services Committee

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NYS08786Engross
50%
Directs the New York state interagency task force on human trafficking to investigate connections between social media and human trafficking.
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2022-05-25
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYS06793Engross
50%
Replaces the terms "mentally retarded", "mental retardation" and variants thereof with "intellectually disabled" and "intellectual disability".
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2022-05-24
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYS06079Engross
50%
Requires a gender-neutral marker on all forms and materials for applications for benefits.
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2022-05-24
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA07877Intro
25%
Requires a gender-neutral marker on all forms and materials for applications for benefits.
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2022-05-20
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA10384Intro
25%
Allows for the denial, suspension or discontinuance of public assistance or care where a person does not participate in three consecutive scheduled interviews with a social services official.
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2022-05-13
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA10404Intro
25%
Removes references to the number of hours of care provided by a caregiver each week from the definition of caregiver for purposes of authorizing criminal history checks.
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2022-05-13
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYS05286Engross
50%
Allows college coursework to be credited as a work activity which may be used toward fulfilling the employment requirements for public assistance benefits under certain conditions.
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2022-05-11
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA04859Intro
25%
Relates to additional options for local social services districts to implement effective welfare-to-work programs.
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2022-05-10
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA04872Intro
25%
Permits appeals to the department to be conducted by means of a conference telephone, video conference or similar communications systems with and by independent hearing officers.
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2022-04-26
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08469Intro
25%
Requires the department of social services to apply for a waiver or request authorization to create a list of healthy and nutritious foods and beverages that may be purchased with supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) benefits.
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2022-04-26
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA09853Intro
25%
Requires local departments of social services to conduct a full review of a homeless person's housing history as part of determining eligibility for shelter at a homeless project.
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2022-04-19
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA06105Intro
25%
Requires that recipients of public assistance benefits must be residents of the state for at least ninety days prior to applying for such benefits.
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2022-03-22
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA04865Intro
25%
Requires the homestead exemption used in the calculation for public assistance to be the same as the homestead exemption under the civil practice law and rules.
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2022-03-22
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA09310Intro
25%
Directs the department of social services to establish a centralized homelessness crisis response data system through which state agencies, local governmental entities, including law enforcement agencies, court systems, school districts, and emergenc...
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2022-02-23
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA09112Intro
25%
Relates to determination of public assistance eligibility; reduces time frame for determinations on safety net assistance.
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2022-01-31
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA09101Intro
25%
Requires a list and map of certain supportive housing units within the state every two years.
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2022-01-31
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA09123Intro
25%
Establishes the New York healthy incentive program (Part A); automates SNAP and the New York healthy incentive program (Part B); establishes the New York healthy incentive program outreach program (Part C).
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2022-01-31
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08865Intro
25%
Relates to services for victims of domestic violence; provides that the department of social services shall ensure there is sufficient access to domestic violence services in every county; eliminates per diem reimbursement rates for domestic violence...
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2022-01-19
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08819Intro
25%
Requires social services districts to distribute educational materials pertaining to sexual health, including information on HIV prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis to individuals enrolled in Medicaid.
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2022-01-12
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA00921Intro
25%
Relates to requiring care providers to provide information in cases of suspected domestic violence.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02585Intro
25%
Relates to eliminating rent for homeless shelters; provides that a homeless individual or family applying for or receiving temporary housing assistance shall not be required to pay room and board or contribute any earned or unearned income, available...
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA07213Intro
25%
Requires the office of temporary and disability assistance to establish a universal benefits form for individuals seeking public assistance.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA04875Intro
25%
Relates to requiring participation in education programs leading to a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma for those seeking public assistance.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA07516Intro
25%
Exempts amounts received from any financial settlement for childhood sexual abuse for determining eligibility for or amount of benefits under any program provided under the social security law.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08311Intro
25%
Allows for three forty-five day extensions of necessary and available emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence instead of the current two forty-five day extensions.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02361Intro
25%
Creates the incentivizing habitability opportunity program; provides that each local social services district shall provide an incentive to owners who enter into a residential lease or rental agreement with an eligible household for a qualified dwell...
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA06425Intro
25%
Establishes a deadbeats most wanted list and worldwide web page.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA05107Intro
25%
Directs social services districts to contract with non-residential programs for victims of domestic violence to provide outreach and education to students in public and private high schools; provides for state reimbursement therefor.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA03556Intro
25%
Directs the office of temporary disability assistance to promulgate rules and regulations requiring quarterly inspections of homeless shelters.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA01828Intro
25%
Increases the personal needs allowance for residents of certain residential health care facilities from fifty dollars to one hundred dollars per month.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA01546Intro
25%
Exempts IRAs and Roth IRAs in the calculation of household benefits under public assistance programs.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA04401Intro
25%
Requires recipients of public assistance benefits submit to pre-qualification drug screening and testing, random drug testing, reasonable suspicion drug testing and resumption of benefits drug testing.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA01081Intro
25%
Provides that the state shall take over all of the cost of the safety net program from every county throughout the state.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA03342Intro
25%
Relates to eligibility for public assistance; amends provisions relating to exemption of income and resources in calculating benefits; amends work requirements; requires training in fields which provide a living wage.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA05308Intro
25%
Increases the personal needs allowance of individuals in nursing homes and individuals in residential programs for victims of domestic violence.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02036Intro
25%
Expands the maximum benefit and eligibility requirements for financial assistance for burial arrangements; provides for expedited assistance during a state disaster emergency.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA00769Intro
25%
Requires working kitchens in homeless family shelter units.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA03686Intro
25%
Establishes transition shelters for individuals released from prison for up to six months to provide housing counseling and prevent the risk of overdose.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA00821Intro
25%
Relates to increasing the enhanced residential care benefit for aged, blind and disabled persons by increasing the rate of the social security income payment for eligible individuals receiving enhanced residential care; provides for a $4.00 per day i...
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02538Intro
25%
Increases the monthly amounts for state supplement payments and personal needs allowance for eligible individuals receiving enhanced residential care.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02527Intro
25%
Relates to public assistance employment programs for disabled persons.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA01734Intro
25%
Requires office of temporary and disability assistance to simplify the application process for public assistance benefits.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02480Intro
25%
Establishes rental vouchers for working families; provides definitions; allows for families to make an application for rental vouchers at the appropriate social services district or any facilitated enrollment site authorized by the office of temporar...
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02268Intro
25%
Requires a local social services district to accept or deny an application for public assistance as soon as possible but no later than thirty days after the date of the application.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08103Intro
25%
Provides public assistance for home internet service payments.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA03722Intro
25%
Allows for the automatic reinstatement of public assistance following the completion of mandated residential drug treatment.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA03153Intro
25%
Establishes a two generation pilot program to promote family stability and children's school readiness, and provides for the repeal of this section in five years.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA08552Intro
25%
Provides internet access to all individuals residing in temporary housing; provides that one hundred percent of the cost for the expense incurred for local social services districts to provide such internet access shall be reimbursed by the state.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA01997Intro
25%
Allows for state agencies, municipalities, and authorities to provide state or local public benefits regardless of immigration status.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02545Intro
25%
Relates to monthly grants and allowances of public assistance repeals certain provisions of such law relating thereto.
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2022-01-05
To Assembly Social Services Committee
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