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PDFWAC 388-280-0060

What services are available to me under the repatriation program?

(1) The HHS sets limits on how much we pay for repatriation assistance. The limits are:
(a) The temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) payment standards under WAC 388-478-0015 for goods and services to meet basic needs;
(b) Up to five hundred sixty dollars per person to meet resettlement costs, if necessary, and for only one month while you receive temporary assistance.
(2) Within payment limits, repatriation assistance includes:
(a) Travel to your place of residence, limited to:
(i) One domestic trip at the lowest fare and using the most direct means;
(ii) Meals and lodging while you are traveling;
(iii) Money for incidentals; and
(iv) If you are ill or disabled, travel expenses for an escort.
(b) Goods and services necessary for your health and welfare, including:
(i) Transportation for medical treatment, hospitalization or social services;
(ii) Temporary shelter;
(iii) Meals;
(iv) Clothing;
(v) Hospitalization to treat mental or acute illness or other medical care; and
(vi) Guidance, counseling and other social services.
(c) Resettlement costs, including:
(i) Utility or housing deposits; and
(ii) Basic household goods, such as cookware or blankets.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.08.090. WSR 00-19-077, ยง 388-280-0060, filed 9/19/00, effective 11/1/00.]
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