Act 280 of 1939
Document Type Description
Section 400.1 Section Family independence agency; creation; powers and duties; director, assistants, and employees; rules; successor to juvenile institute commission; other references.
Section 400.1a Section Social welfare act; short title.
Section 400.1b Section Annual appropriation act as time-limited addendum; inclusion of program not as entitlement.
Section 400.1c Section Compensation of certain employees injured during course of employment as result of assault by recipient of social services.
Section 400.2 Section Michigan social welfare commission; powers and duties; appointment, terms, and qualifications of members; governor as ex officio member; oath; removal; vacancies; conducting business at public meeting; notice; quorum; meetings; failure to attend meetings; designation of chairperson and vice-chairperson; compensation and expenses; availability of writings to public.
Section 400.3 Section Family independence agency; director; appointment; salary; expenses; intent as to references.
Section 400.3a Section Advisory committee; establishment; appointment of members; recommendations from county social services boards and county social services association; advising on statutes and policies.
Section 400.4 Section Executive heads of state institutions; appointment; employees, salaries and expenses.
Section 400.5 Section Divisions within state department of social welfare; creation, abolition.
Section 400.5a Section Adverse action against child placing agency prohibited; basis.
Section 400.6 Section Rules, regulations, and policies; appointment and duties of bipartisan task force of legislators; applicability of subsection (2) to enrolled medicaid providers.
Section 400.7 Section Rules and regulations; publication, seal, certified copies as evidence; body corporate, powers.
Section 400.8 Section Witnesses; compelled attendance, oaths; jurisdiction of courts.
Section 400.9 Section Rules for conduct of hearings; procedure; hearing authority; powers and duties; review; representation of department; compliance with Open Meetings Act.
Section 400.10 Section Administration of social security act and food stamp act; cooperation with federal, state, and local governments; reports; welfare and relief problems; plan for distribution and allotment of federal moneys; rules; agreements; assuring federal approval.
Section 400.10a Section Disclosure of certain recipients to law enforcement agency; federal approval; definitions.
Section 400.10b Section Individual subject to felony charge; eligibility for cash or food assistance; federal approval; review by department director; definitions.
Section 400.10c Section Automated program; development and implementation; comparison of list of individuals receiving public assistance with information regarding outstanding felony or extradition warrants; access to address information; report; "extradition warrant" defined.
Section 400.10d Section Determination of financial eligibility for family independence program; application of asset test.
Section 400.10e Section Determination of financial eligibility for family independence program and food assistance program; inclusion of money received from lottery or gambling winnings.
Section 400.10e[1] Section Repealed. 2013, Act 41, Imd. Eff. June 5, 2013.
Section 400.10f Section Performance of monthly incarceration match to determine eligibility for bridge card; issuance prohibited or terminated; performance of monthly match to determine if recipient is deceased.
Section 400.10g Section Determination of financial eligibility; money associated with designated beneficiary's ABLE savings account; "ABLE savings account", "designated beneficiary", and "qualified disability expenses" defined.
Section 400.11 Section Definitions.
Section 400.11a Section Reporting abuse, neglect, or exploitation of adult; oral report; contents of written report; reporting criminal activity; construction of section.
Section 400.11b Section Investigation; purpose; basis; providing licensee with substance of allegations; response to allegations; cooperation of local law enforcement officers; investigation not to be in place of investigation of suspected criminal conduct; scope of investigation; in-person interview; search warrant; availability of protective services; collaboration with other agencies; petition for finding of incapacity and appointment of guardian or temporary guardian; petition for appointment of conservator; report; providing copy of report to state department and prosecuting attorney.
Section 400.11c Section Confidentiality of identity of person making report; immunity from civil liability; presumption; extent of immunity; abrogation of privileged communication; exception; sharing of information and records.
Section 400.11d Section Availability of writing to public; exception; correction of inaccurate statements; identification of unsubstantiated statements.
Section 400.11e Section Failure to make report; liability; disposition of fine.
Section 400.11f Section Certain actions and investigations prohibited; report; interdepartmental agreements; coordinating investigations; agreement establishing criteria.
Section 400.12 Section Transfer of funds.
Section 400.13 Section Reciprocal agreements with other states; authorization, exception.
Section 400.14 Section Additional powers and duties of department; powers and duties of county social services boards as to general public relief transferred to department; changing eligibility standards and coverages for medical care.
Section 400.14a Section State department; camps, purposes.
Section 400.14b Section Family planning services; notice of availability, contents; referral, drugs and appliances, rules and regulations.
Section 400.14c Section Minimum housing standards; establishment, annual review; use of relief grants.
Section 400.14d Section Juvenile residential care facility in county with population less than 50,000; direct care worker; qualification; conflict with administrative rule.
Section 400.14e Section Federal food stamps; distribution by mail; rules.
Section 400.14f Section Administration of program or performance of duty; contract with private individual or agency.
Section 400.14g Section Pilot projects.
Section 400.14h Section Electronic benefit transfer system; use for food stamp distribution; rescission of rules.
Section 400.14i Section Repealed. 2011, Act 240, Imd. Eff. Dec. 2, 2011.
Section 400.14j Section Issuance of food assistance benefits; number of times per month.
Section 400.14l Section Replacement cost of electronic benefits transfer card.
Section 400.14m Section Federal ineligibility for food assistance for convictions of certain felonies; state op-out.
Section 400.15 Section Gifts; acceptance by commission; duties of attorney general.
Section 400.16 Section Budget; preparation by commission, submission to governor.
Section 400.17 Section Report of program goals and biennial report to governor and legislature; recommendations.
Section 400.18 Section Appropriations for general public relief; distribution of moneys to county and district departments; assumption of program costs by state; exclusions; county expenditures and costs; reimbursement of county payments; difference between county's shared revenue and county's costs; supplemental security income and aid to dependent children; general public relief payments.
Section 400.18a Section Friend of the court incentive payment program; establishment; activities; subsection (1) inapplicable to certain judicial circuits; annual appropriation.
Section 400.18b Section Repealed. 1975, Act 280, Eff. Jan. 1, 1976.
Section 400.18c Section Foster care of children; use of licensed child caring institutions or placement agencies; supervision by county department; standards of care and service; placement of child at least 16 but less than 21 years of age or at least 18 but less than 21 years of age.
Section 400.18d Section Foster care of children; county emergency receiving facility for temporary care, standards.
Section 400.18e Section State plan for foster care; focus groups; establishment; funds.
Section 400.19 Section Powers and duties as to Michigan employment institution for blind; transfer to state department.
Section 400.20 Section Powers and duties as to social welfare; transfer to state department.
Section 400.21 Section Refusal of access or information to social welfare commission; misdemeanor.