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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 100130

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Each state level consolidation proposal shall include plans for the development of the following:

(a) Common eligibility standards for programs included within the consolidated proposal, or, if federal law requires different eligibility standards for these programs, a common method for determining eligibility.

(b) A single form for the collection of necessary data from individuals, or a uniform format shared by all programs included in the consolidated proposal.

(c) A single form for reporting service delivery to the state.

(d) Shared plans, budgets, and fiscal accountability mechanisms, including audit procedures.

(e) Common intake points for services included in the consolidated system, that include eligibility determination, referral services, and follow through.

(f) A unified case management system.

(g) A method of determining the needs of, and developing services for, special populations.

(h) Implementation plans that propose solutions to any identified significant barriers or gaps in service.

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