Desk Aides

Comprehensive Case Management

Work Based Learning (WBL)

Strategies For Success

Strategies For Success Instructor Roles and Responsibilities

WDC Employment Navigator

eJAS Eligibility Screening

Who is a Good Fit for RISE.

RISE Case Management Step by Step (Revised)

Secure Email Procedures

WBL Referral Process

Work Registrant

15% Non-Work Registrant Step by Step

ABAWD

ABAWD Participation in Washington’s SNAP E&T pilot RISE.

Policy after Basic Food Closes:

If an ABAWD applies for the pilot after their Basic Food Assistance (BFA) has closed, they must engage in work activities for a minimum of 80 hours in a month period or 16 hours of workfare, before they would be eligible to receive basic food assistance.  Once the client has been approved for BFA, they may engage in pilot services through a contracted provider. 

Individuals who apply for the pilot (RISE (treatment group) or BFET (control group))are eligible for an exemption in their ABAWD status if they do not have enough participation hours. 

Policy before Basic Food Closes:

If an ABAWD client applies for the pilot prior to the end of their 3rd month of non-participation, their Basic Food Assistance (BFA) if they participate in the pilot, they will qualify for an ABAWD exemption.     

Individuals who apply for the pilot (RISE (treatment group) or BFET (control group))are eligible for an exemption in their ABAWD status if they do not have enough participation hours.