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Expected to Work/Barriers to Full Employment Policy & Procedures

Published Date: January 01, 2019
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08 Continuous Needs

Child Supplement Allowance

AUTHORITY
Legislative references below may require updates as of January 1, 2019 in accordance with the passing of An Act to Combat Poverty and Fight for Albertans with Disabilities. The updates will be complete by March 31, 2019.

Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation, Schedule 4, Section 1
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation, Schedule 4, Section 5
MO 2018-08 Child Supplement Allowance

INTENT

To provide a Child Supplement Allowance for eligible IS program applicants or recipients with children:

  • Who do not qualify for the Canada Child Benefit, or
  • Who qualify for a monthly Canada Child Benefit payment that is less than $205 per dependent child.


Child Supplement Allowance

The Child Supplement Allowance is intended to be a temporary income replacement benefit for households who do not qualify for Canada Child Benefits. Career Employment Consultants and/or Supports and Financial Service Coordinators are responsible for issuing the Child Supplement Allowance to Expected to Work or Working (ETW) and Barriers to Full Employment households with children, in accordance with the eligibility criteria defined in IS program policy.

 
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Background

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Policy

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Canada Child Benefit Help Desk

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Intake Procedures

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Procedures for Issuing the Child Supplement Allowance

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Canada Child Benefit Reports

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