A-13.1.1, r. 1 - Individual and Family Assistance Regulation

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19. An adult or a dependent child becomes or ceases to be a member of a family on the date of the event.
For the purposes of a last resort financial assistance program,
(1)  a dependent child who becomes an additional member of the family is considered to be a member of the family as of the preceding month;
(2)  subject to sections 14 and 17, a dependent child sheltered by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or taken in charge by an intermediate resource, a foster family or a tutor appointed by the court under section 70.1 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1), unless the child was a dependant of the tutor in the month preceding the month of the tutor’s appointment, ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month in which the child was sheltered or taken in charge;
(3)  an adult who is sheltered ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of admission to shelter; however, an adult who has been hospitalized for at least 45 days in a facility maintained by an institution operating a hospital centre at the time of admission to shelter is deemed to have been sheltered since the 45th day preceding the day of the admission;
(3.1)  an adult who stays in a centre that offers addiction services with accommodations, operated by a community or private organization holding a certificate of compliance issued for that purpose by an integrated health and social services centre pursuant to the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) ceases to be a member of a family from the third month following the beginning of the stay;
(4)  an adult incarcerated in a penitentiary or detained in a house of detention or in any other prison, or who is required to reside in a half-way house ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of the adult’s incarceration or detention; and
(5)  an adult or a dependent child who dies ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the death.
Despite the foregoing, for the purposes of the Aim for Employment Program, the child referred to in subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph becomes a member of the family as of the month following the month in which the child is added to the family; the adult or child referred to in any of subparagraphs 2 to 4 of the second paragraph ceases to be a member of the family as of the month following the event.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 19; O.C. 861-2008, s. 2; O.C. 330-2015, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 2.
19. An adult or a dependent child becomes or ceases to be a member of a family on the date of the event.
For the purposes of a last resort financial assistance program,
(1)  a dependent child who becomes an additional member of the family is considered to be a member of the family as of the preceding month;
(2)  subject to sections 14 and 17, a dependent child sheltered by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or taken in charge by an intermediate resource, a foster family or a tutor appointed by the court under section 70.1 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1), unless the child was a dependant of the tutor in the month preceding the month of the tutor’s appointment, ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month in which the child was sheltered or taken in charge;
(3)  an adult who is sheltered ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of admission to shelter; however, an adult who has been hospitalized for at least 45 days in a facility maintained by an institution operating a hospital centre at the time of admission to shelter is deemed to have been sheltered since the 45th day preceding the day of the admission;
(3.1)  an adult who stays in a centre that offers addiction services with accommodations, operated by a community or private organization holding a certificate of compliance issued for that purpose by an integrated health and social services centre pursuant to the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) ceases to be a member of a family from the third month following the beginning of the stay;
(4)  an adult incarcerated in a penitentiary or detained in a house of detention or in any other prison, or who is required to reside in a half-way house ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of the adult’s incarceration or detention; and
(5)  an adult or a dependent child who dies ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the death.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 19; O.C. 861-2008, s. 2; O.C. 330-2015, s. 2.
19. An adult or a dependent child becomes or ceases to be a member of a family on the date of the event.
For the purposes of a last resort financial assistance program,
(1)  a dependent child who becomes an additional member of the family is considered to be a member of the family as of the preceding month;
(2)  subject to sections 14 and 17, a dependent child sheltered by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre or taken in charge by an intermediate resource, a foster family or a tutor appointed by the court under section 70.1 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1), unless the child was a dependant of the tutor in the month preceding the month of the tutor’s appointment, ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month in which the child was sheltered or taken in charge;
(3)  an adult who is sheltered ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of admission to shelter; however, an adult who has been hospitalized for at least 45 days in a facility maintained by an institution operating a hospital centre at the time of admission to shelter is deemed to have been sheltered since the 45th day preceding the day of the admission;
(4)  an adult incarcerated in a penitentiary or detained in a house of detention or in any other prison, or who is required to reside in a half-way house ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the month of the adult’s incarceration or detention; and
(5)  an adult or a dependent child who dies ceases to be a member of the family as of the third month following the death.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 19; O.C. 861-2008, s. 2.