New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 252. Responsibility
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1. Except as provided in subdivision two of this section or any other provisions of this chapter, each social services district shall furnish services to the persons eligible therefor who reside in its territory, subject to reimbursement by the state in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, and to supervision by the department.
2. (a) If the state's plan makes provision for services to be provided to eligible persons cared for in certain state institutions or facilities, the department, or other appropriate state department or agency acting pursuant to an agreement with the department, shall furnish services to such persons.
(b) There shall be such cooperative arrangements, between and among the department, and the state departments of health, mental hygiene, education and other appropriate state departments and agencies as shall be necessary to assure that there will be compliance with federal law and regulation and that the objectives of this title will be effectively accomplished.
(c) Services for the aged, blind or disabled persons shall be administered uniformly throughout the state, except when otherwise required or permitted by the department which shall first obtain the approval of the secretary of health, education and welfare 1.
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