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OKDHS invites public participation in Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program hearing

Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) is seeking public comment about the federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, known as LIHEAP. A public hearing will be held virtually on Zoom at 10 am on Thursday, July 8, 2021.

To submit questions in advance of the July 8 meeting please email [email protected]

Last fiscal year, OKDHS helped more than 65,000 low-income households in Oklahoma with winter heating assistance, and more than 66,000 low-income households with summer cooling assistance. More than 5,900 households received help from the Energy Crisis Assistance Program. As a part of administering the federal funds for the program, OKDHS holds a public hearing to ensure that the funds are being best used to meet the greatest needs of Oklahomans within the fiscal resources being made available through this federally-funded program.

LIHEAP components:  

The Energy Crisis Assistance Program (ECAP) provides assistance for households with a verifiable energy crisis including the loss of heating or cooling. Open enrollment for the program begins each year in mid-March. Energy crisis assistance for households with a life-threatening medical situation is accepted year round. 

The non-emergency summer cooling program provides assistance with a one-time payment per fiscal year to the energy company providing the main source of cooling for the household. Open enrollment begins each year in June. 

The non-emergency winter heating program provides assistance with a one-time payment per fiscal year to the energy company providing the main source of heating for the household. Open enrollment begins each year in December.  

LIHEAP eligibility requirements are based on income, household size, available resources and responsibility for payment of home energy. Households are not eligible for LIHEAP if the utility bill is paid directly to the energy provider by someone who does not reside at the residence.  

Maximum monthly gross income allowed:

Household Size           Allowable Monthly Gross Income

1                                  $ 1,383

2                                  $ 1,868

3                                  $ 2,353

4                                  $ 2,839

5                                  $ 3,324

6                                  $ 3,809

7                                  $ 4,295

8                                  $ 4,780

To inquire about the public hearing, email [email protected] Public comments about LIHEAP should be emailed to [email protected], or submitted by letter to Oklahoma Human Services, Attention LIHEAP, P.O. Box 25352, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0352.

Sours: https://www.news-star.com/story/news/2021/06/02/okdhs-invites-public-participation-low-income-home-energy-assistance-program-hearing/7505428002/

OKDHS offers child care subsidy for those seeking jobs

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - Parents who have been unemployed and are looking to get back to work are now eligible for three months of fully-subsidized child care during their job search.

The Oklahoma Department of Human Services made the announcement.

This is an expansion of a program that previously only benefitted those who lost their jobs due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and it was limited to 60 days. The program started in May 2020 and the expansion begins October 1.

According to OKDHS, the money for the program came from a $50 million block grant from the federal CARES Act.

To get the three months of child care subsidy, you can apply online at okdhslive.org.

Applicants will have to provide their final paystub, and, once approved, choose a licensed child care provider who is contracted with OKDHS to accept subsidy payments.

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Sours: https://www.kswo.com/2021/10/01/okdhs-offers-child-care-subsidy-those-seeking-jobs/
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Licensed Clinical Social Worker

This position is located at 2400 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0352

BASIC PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Provides case consultation, to include assessing safety and treatment needs; coordinating activities and providing input into the development of safety plans and of treatment plans to professional staff to ensure evidenced based and evidence informed and/or trauma-informed tools and methodologies are used in all aspects of case management.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:
Acts as an advocate for the client; supports self-advocacy efforts and supports client in exercising rights, choices and responsibilities

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of federal and state policy on Child Welfare, social work professional ethics, agency policy and procedures, evidence based and evidence informed and or trauma-informed methodologies for Child Welfare. Skills in communicating, both orally and in writing, to staff and partners on Child Welfare practices and procedures and skills in case management.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) form a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, licensed by the State of Oklahoma as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and four years of professional social work experience. Preference may be given  to professional social work experience in Child Welfare.

LICENSE/CERTIFICATE:
Licensed by the State of Oklahoma as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

NOTES:
A conditional offer of employment to final candidate will be contingent upon a favorable background check and a substance abuse screening.
Veteran's preference points do not apply to this position.

If you need assistance in applying for this position contact Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Employment Assistance at 405-521-3613 or email [email protected]

BENEFITS:
This is a full-time unclassified state position with full state retirement and insurance benefits, including paid health, dental, life, and disability insurance. Annual leave of 10 hours per month and sick leave of 10 hours per month begin accruing immediately.

Sours: https://jobapscloud.com/ok/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=131028&R2=UNCH&R3=14
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can i find the okdhslive help number?

OKDHSLive! If you are using a screen reader to access this webpage, for easier accessibility, we also have a help number available at one, eight, seven, seven, six five three, four seven nine eight. Someone will be happy to assist you with your information and put in your benefits application.

How to contact the oklahoma department of human services?

Call the Director's Helpline at 1-877-751-2972 OR Send an email to the office of information & Referral.

Where can i get information on my okdhs case?

Visit www.okdhslive.org to appy for or receive information about assistance including Energy Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps), and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. To see your OKDHS case information plus Child Support and Foster Parenting, you can visit www.okbenefits.org.

Where do i enter my okdhs customer id and pin?

Use the links on the left side of the page for answers to many ID or PIN Questions or if you can't remember your PIN. Please enter your Okdhs Customer ID and PIN in the boxes below and click submit to enter the system. To safeguard your information, once you have entered the system, be sure to exit completely by clicking the Exit button.

Sours: https://www.webcontactus.com/okdhs-live-number/

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Personnel

The Child Welfare Training Program encompasses three Main Office / Training locations. Office locations and contact information are listed below. To email or contact a member of staff, simply click on their name.

Program Administration

Guy Willis – OKDHS Program Administrator
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-1902
[email protected]

Mandy Dembowski – OKDHS Program Supervisor
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9189
[email protected]

Program Trainers

Tammy Grinstead – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-6463
[email protected]

Jeff Kuhns – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9192
[email protected]

Randi Mann – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9921
[email protected]

Kellie Mullen – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-8279
[email protected]

Beth Oleson – DHS Program Field Representative
Tulsa Skyline East Building
6123 E 38th
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-859-2807
[email protected]

Lori Stanton – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9928
[email protected]

Tracy Wilke – DHS Program Field Representative
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9097
[email protected]

CORE & Program OU Collaborative Partners

CeCe Antony – OU-CPM Program Manager
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-3273
[email protected]

Ann Newman – Assistant Program Director
National Resource Center for Youth Services
4502 East 41st Street, Bldg 4W
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-664-5607
[email protected]

Samie Harley – OU-CPM Coordination Supervisor
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-1309
[email protected]

Susan Kee – Senior Program Development Specialist
National Resource Center for Youth Services
4502 East 41st Street, Bldg 4W
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-660-3700
[email protected]

Kat Alarcon – OU-CPM Learning Consultant
OU/DHS Training Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road,
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-5005
[email protected]

Cynthia Bergman – Program Coordinator – CORE
National Resource Center for Youth Services
4502 East 41st Street, Bldg 4W
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-660-3700
[email protected]

April Holzberlein – OU-CPM CORE Coordinator
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-6574
[email protected]

Dawn Melton
Program Coordinator – Levels
National Resource Center for Youth Services
4502 East 41st Street, Bldg 4W
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-660-3700
[email protected]

Yuvonda Kilpatrick – OU-CPM Provisional Certification Coordinator
OU/DHS CW Training Annex
1200 W. Rock Creek Road, Suite D
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-9403
[email protected]

Dominga Cruz – OU-CPM Specialist Module 5 & 6 Coordinator
OU/DHS Training Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-2091
[email protected]

Jennifer Shattuck – OU-CPM Norman Level 1 & 2 Training Coordinator
OU/DHS Training Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-7125
[email protected]

Ann Barnes – OU-CPM Level 3 & 4 Training Coordinator
OU/DHS Training Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-0451
[email protected]

Cindy Keever – OU-CPM Level 3 & 4 Training Coordinator
OU/DHS Training Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road
Norman, OK 73069
405-325-7240
[email protected]

Sours: https://cwtraining.oucpm.org/personnel/
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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) serves as the first line of defense against hunger. It enables low-income families to buy nutritious food with Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards. SNAP recipients spend their benefits to buy eligible food in authorized retail food stores/Farmers' Markets.

Two ways to Apply!

Am I Eligibility? You are eligible if you:

  • are a U.S. Citizen or Legal Alien

  • meet the work requirements for unemployed Adults, ages 18 to 50

  • meet Income Standard(s) shown on this document Appendix C-3 or online at this link.

  • have a Social Security Number for all householf members included in food benefit.

What Information Will I Have to Provide?

  • Proper identification (preferably a photo ID)
  • Social Security numbers for each member of your household
  • Verification of all income received by your household for at least the last 30 days. This includes pay stubs from a job, self-employment records or tax return, child support payment receipts, award letter from Social Security income, proof of unemployment benefits, money received from family or friends, and any other income received. 

Would any other information be helpful to bring or provide?
If you have any of these expenses, providing proof of them MAY increase the amount of SNAP benefits to which you are entitled:

  • Shelter (rent or house payment) and utility costs
  • Child care expenses
  • Child support payments
  • Medical expenses (if your household has an elderly or disabled member)

Are there other SNAP Programs?

  • The Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) offers low-income older citizens an opportunity to purchase fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetables and herbs from certified farmers.
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Nutrition Education (SNAP Ed) is a partnership between Oklahoma State University- Cooperative Extension Service, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Oklahoma University Health Science Center, the Chickasaw Nation, and the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. The SNAP Ed provides nutrition education to food benefit recipients and other eligible low-income individuals and families.
  • The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Employment and Training (E&T) Program offers SNAP recipients the opportunity to gain skills, education, training or work experience. E&T is offered at no cost to the participant and helps promote employability and self-sufficiency. At this time, SNAP E&T is only offered in Oklahoma County and the contractor is Public Strategies.  SNAP E&T offers a variety of components based on the particular need and career plan chosen by the individual with help from a Navigator. These services include:
    • Job Search
    • Job Search Training
    • Job Retention Services
    • Basic Education
    • High School Equivalency
    • Vocational Training
    • Workfare

Related Links

Sours: https://oklaw.org/resource/okdhs-online-benefits-resource?ref=66Ibc

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