Code of the District of Columbia

§ 4–754.36b. Program exits.

(a) A provider may exit a client from a housing program only when:

(1)(A) The housing program is provided on a time-limited basis, and the client's time period for receiving services has run;

(B) The Mayor determines that the client cannot be recertified to continue receiving services; and

(C) The client was assigned to the provider for substantially all of the client's time in the housing program; or

(2) Pursuant to § 4-753.02(b-1), the Mayor determines that the client is no longer eligible for the services.

(b)(1) A provider exiting a client from a program shall provide the client oral and written notice of the program exit at least 30 days before the effective date of the program exit.

(2) Written notice issued pursuant to this subsection shall conform to the requirements of notice issued pursuant to § 4-754.33(d).".

(c) Any client who requests a fair hearing within 15 days of receipt of notice of a program exit shall continue to remain in the housing program pending a final decision from the fair hearing proceedings.

(d) A program exit is not considered a termination of services pursuant to § 4-754.36.