Referral Process – SRP-MIC
(01/01/22 - 12/31/22)
When a participant who resides on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRP-MIC) Tribal Land and turns in a CA application and meets the SRP-MIC criteria, FAA must complete the following:
When the application is not registered, follow the appropriate procedures for accepting and keying an application in Health-e-Arizona Plus (HEAplus).
Complete an interview for the other FAA programs.
Inform the participant that since they live on SRP-MIC Tribal Land they must apply at the Life Enhancements and Resource Network (LEARN) office to have a Tribal TANF eligibility determination completed. For contact information see SRP-MIC LEARN Office.
Complete the following to refer the CA applicant to the SRP-MIC LEARN office to apply for Tribal TANF benefits:
Complete the Applicant Information section of the Tribal/FAA – Turn Around Document (TAD) (FAA-1125A) form.
Send the completed FAA-1125A to the SRP-MIC LEARN office, to the attention of the SRP-MIC LEARN Program Manager.
Inform the CA applicant the FAA-1125A form will be sent to the SRP-MIC LEARN office.
NOTE SRP-MIC LEARN will complete the FAA-1125A and notify FAA when the SRP-MIC TANF is approved. Do not delay processing FAA programs pending notification from SRP-MIC LEARN.
Key SR in the DENIAL CLOSURE REASON field on AFED to deny the CA.
Send the Cash Assistance (CA) Denial/Closure Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community (A788) notice.
When FAA receives an FAA application from the SRP-MIC LEARN office, the application date is the date the application was received in the FAA office. (See SRP-MIC LEARN)