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The department shall establish and enforce standards and procedures to:
(1) Screen and identify recipients of TANF assistance with a history of being victims of domestic violence, while protecting the confidentiality of any such recipients;
(2) Refer any such recipients to counseling and supportive services; and
(3) Waive, pursuant to a determination of good cause, other program requirements for any such recipients of TANF assistance, such as time limits, for so long as necessary, residency requirements, child support cooperation requirements, and family cap provisions, in cases where compliance with such requirements would make it more difficult for individuals receiving TANF assistance to escape domestic violence or unfairly penalize such recipients who are or have been victimized by such violence, or individuals who are at risk of further domestic violence.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 49. Social Services § 49-4-191 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-49-social-services/ga-code-sect-49-4-191/
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