Social Services Appeal Board Decisions

For the Year 2017/18

Appeal number Program Issue
1718-0155 Employment and Income Assistance Overpayment - moving costs - allowed
1718-0160 Employment and Income Assistance Delay in making decision - allowed
1718-0174 Employment and Income Assistance Denial of air conditioner - allowed
1718-0175 Provincial Services - Rent Assist Rent Assist insufficient - dismissed
1718-0178 Employment and Income Assistance Rewarding Volunteer Benefit denied - allowed
1718-0179 Employment and Income Assistance Overpayment assessed - unearned income - varied
1718-0191 Employment and Income Assistance Assistance denied - student aid received - confirmed
1718-0197 Employment and Income Assistance Assistance cancelled - work expectations not met - confirmed
1718-0207 Employment and Income Assistance Assistance cancelled - financial resources - confirmed
1718-0238 Employment and Income Assistance Bus pass denied - confirmed
1718-0243 Employment and Income Assistance Overpayment  due to incarceration - varied
1718-0247 Employment and Income Assistance Other income and recovery amount - dismissed
1718-0165 Employment and Income Assistance Overpayment - varied
1718-0244 Community Living disAbility Services Services denied - dismissed
1718-0008 Employment and Income Assistance common-law and work incentive - dismissed
1718-0025 Employment and Income Assistance medical eligibility denied - varied
1718-0053 Provincial Services - Rent Assist rent assist insufficient - dismissed
1718-0092 Provincial Services - Rent Assist rent assist insufficient - dismissed
1718-0112 Provincial Services - Rent Assist rent assist insufficient - dismissed
1718-0115 Employment and Income Assistance assistance cancelled - work expectations not met - dismissed
1718-0130 Employment and Income Assistance assistance insufficient - financial resources - dismissed
1718-0172 Employment and Income Assistance assistance insufficient - sole support parent - dismissed
1718-0223 Employment and Income Assistance assistance insufficient - several issues - one issue was allowed

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