A settlement has been reached in Tejada v. Roberts, a class action lawsuit challenging the adequacy of rental assistance available to qualifying families living in New York City.
OTDA Home Laws & Policies
Freedom of Information Law Request
The law enables you to access and/or correct information on file which pertains to you.
Provide local social services districts (LSSD) and other interested parties informed about current OTDA program policy and procedures impacting OTDA programs.
Provide immediate direction about current OTDA program policy and procedures to local social services districts (LSSD).
Protocol for an Organization Requesting a Letter of Support from the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
Protocol on how to make personal service upon OTDA or the OTDA Commissioner.
Guidance for local social services staff regarding the proper determination of SNAP eligibility.
Guidance for local social services staff regarding the proper application of work requirements for applicants and recipients of cash assistance and SNAP benefits.
Provisions of OTDA’s Temporary Assistance for Need Family’s Program
OTDA’s Home Energy Assistance Program State Plans & Reports
OTDA’s agenda for regulations that it is considering for publication in the State Register.
OTDA's list of rules that were reviewed last year and rules that will be reviewed this year.
Rule Makings Proposed, Revised, and Adopted by OTDA.
State agency rules and regulations adopted under the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA). Title 18 of the NYCRR contains codes, rules and regulations for social services.
This Plan sets forth the actions OTDA will take to ensure that persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) have meaningful access to agency services, programs, and activities.
Contact information for obtaining assistance with regulatory compliance
Guidance for local social services staff regarding the proper determination of cash assistance eligibility.
Guidance for local social services staff who provide energy assistance to temporary assistance (TA) applicants/recipients and other households in need.
The material contained in this manual provides guidance to local social services staff in New York State regarding the proper determination of HEAP eligibility.
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