Thursday, July 10, 2008

Updates! Updates! Updates!

No time to post right now, but wanted to give you this

Have you seen the Health and Human Services Eligibility Transition Plan July 2008 Update? The link is this (but it's not working right now?)

Anyway, some highlights are as follows:

Rollouts are coming matter what they might be telling you in the offices.

Region 7 is first- and this will start October 2008 with the following offices:

LaGrange, Bastrop, San Saba, Hamilton, Elgin, Lampasas, Llano, Marble Falls, and Goldthwaite (9,000 SAVERR Cases)

November '08(with approx 19,500 SAVERR Cases):

Temple, Killeen, Copperas Cove, and Gatesville

January '09(with approx 22,500 SAVERR Cases):
(I'm going to tell you what is really going to hurt here....the cases they are currently "bumping" certifications on? This is when they will all be coming in for recertifications after going an entire 12 months without an interview....for you workers out there, think about are now in TIERS, and you will be interviewing clients who have not had an interview in a year. Think of the changes you will have to put in, the updates you will have to make. For those who are not yet on TIERS, ask some of your fellow co-workers who ARE on TIERS how horrible this will be)

Bryan, Centerville, Madisonville, Navasota, Giddings, Hearne, Caldwell, Brenham, Rockdale, Marlin, and Cameron

February '09 (with approx 29,000 SAVERR Cases- this will complete Region 7):

Waco, Hillsboro, Meridian, Mexia, Teague, Luling, and Lockhart.

April '09 (with approx 54,300 SAVERR Cases)

Canutillo, Yandell (Midtown), Diana (Mountain View) and ElPaso Drive

May '09 (with approx 32,300 SAVERR Cases)

Edgemere (Eastside), Lomaland, and Alameda (Riverside)

June '09(approx 22,100 SAVERR Cases- Completes Region 10):

Fabens, Socorro (Mission Valley), Alpine, Marfa, Van Horn, and Presidio

July '09 (approx 30,700 SAVERR Cases):

Amarillo, Perryton, Borger, Dalhart, Dumas, Pampa, Childress, Memphis, Plainview, Muleshoe, and Tulia

August '09(Approx 33,500 SAVERR Cases-Completes Region 1):

Lubbock Parkway, Levelland, Lorenzo, Post, Brownfield, Hereford, Denver City, Littlefield, Tahoka, and Dimmitt

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

217,000 FOOD STAMP CASES ..... Thats maybe on average three people per houshold, or roughly 600,000 folks. How many other actual TIERS clients does that leave out.... Hmmm, every woman in the WHP that has not applied for Food Stamps, every child that receives Medicaid but the family is not on Food Stamps. Every Grandparent the has a Grandchild living with them who is or was in Foster Care, Pregnant women who were on WHP but the birth control didn't work....