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

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53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of adultsNumber of dependent childrenLiquid assets
10$2,500
11$5,492
12$5,790
20$5,000
21$5,326
22$5,624
The amount is increased by $298 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
In the case of an adult with a spouse who is a recipient under the Basic Income Program, the amounts to be considered are those applicable to the situation of only 1 adult.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $326 for the first dependent child and by $298 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $218 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5; O.C. 1140-2022, s. 10.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of adultsNumber of dependent childrenLiquid assets
10$2,500
11$5,457
12$5,737
20$5,000
21$5,306
22$5,586
The amount is increased by $280 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $306 for the first dependent child and by $280 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $205 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,445
1 2 $5,718
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,298
2 2 $5,571

The amount is increased by $273 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $298 for the first dependent child and by $273 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $200 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,439
1 2 $5,709
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,294
2 2 $5,564

The amount is increased by $270 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $294 for the first dependent child and by $270 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $198 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,431
1 2 $5,696
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,289
2 2 $5,554

The amount is increased by $265 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $289 for the first dependent child and by $265 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $195 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Aim for Employment Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,424
1 2 $5,685
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,284
2 2 $5,545

The amount is increased by $261 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $284 for the first dependent child and by $261 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $192 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2; O.C. 1085-2017, s. 5.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,424
1 2 $5,685
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,284
2 2 $5,545

The amount is increased by $261 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $284 for the first dependent child and by $261 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $192 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,421
1 2 $5,680
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,282
2 2 $5,541

The amount is increased by $259 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $282 for the first dependent child and by $259 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $190 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,418
1 2 $5,675
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,280
2 2 $5,537

The amount is increased by $257 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $280 for the first dependent child and by $257 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $189 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,414
1 2 $5,668
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,277
2 2 $5,531

The amount is increased by $254 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $277 for the first dependent child and by $254 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $187 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,410
1 2 $5,661
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,274
2 2 $5,525

The amount is increased by $251 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $274 for the first dependent child and by $251 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $185 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,406
1 2 $5,655
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,271
2 2 $5,520

The amount is increased by $249 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $271 for the first dependent child and by $249 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $183 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.
53. Despite section 52, an independent adult or a family who is eligible to receive dental and pharmaceutical services pursuant to section 48 or to whom financial assistance is granted under the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program, and who makes an application during that period or in the month following that period is ineligible under the program if the liquid assets owned on the date of application exceed an amount established as follows:
Number of Number of Liquid assets
adults dependent children


1 0 $2,500
1 1 $5,396
1 2 $5,640
2 0 $5,000
2 1 $5,264
2 2 $5,507

The amount is increased by $243 for the third dependent child and for each additional child.
Liquid assets owned by the family of an ineligible student’s spouse may not exceed $2,500, which is increased by $264 for the first dependent child and by $243 for each additional child.
The amounts are also increased by $179 for any dependent child receiving a supplement for handicapped children under the Taxation Act.
In the case of an adult who is a minor sheltered with her dependent child, the liquid assets owned on the date of application may not exceed $2,500.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 53; O.C. 1096-2006, s. 2; O.C. 1064-2007, s. 2; O.C. 1145-2008, s. 2; O.C. 1279-2009, s. 2; O.C. 1026-2010, s. 2.