14-Day Wait Period

Created on: 
Feb 01 2016

Related WACs

Working Connections Child Care Subsidy

Seasonal Child Care

DEL Clarifying Information (published February 1, 2017)

WAC 170-290-0012

After application and reapplication, when a consumer has been approved for the 14 day wait period, if the consumer fails to provide the requested verification of participation in an approved activity the case should be terminated. The consumer may incur an overpayment for care used during these 14 days.

WAC 170-290-0055

Fourteen-Day wait period

After approving the application or reapplication, the 14-day wait period can be authorized for two weeks when the consumer is waiting to enter an approved activity. Its intended use is for, but not limited to:

  • When the start date of new employment is within 14 days of the request.
  • When on the job training is required prior to the start date of the actual job.
  • When TANF applicants or recipients have not completed their IRP at the time of applying for child care.

After application and reapplication, when a consumer has been approved for the 14 day wait period, if the consumer fails to provide the requested verification of participation in an approved activity the case should be terminated. The consumer may incur an overpayment for care used during these 14 days and any subsequent care used

Additional information

No additional information on these WACs.