Part 96 - BLOCK GRANTS  


Subpart A — Introduction
§ 96.1 Scope.
§ 96.2 Definitions.
§ 96.3 Information collection approval numbers.
Subpart B — General Procedures
§ 96.10 Prerequisites to obtain block grant funds.
§ 96.11 Basis of award to the States.
§ 96.12 Grant payment.
§ 96.13 Reallotments.
§ 96.14 Time period for obligation and expenditure of grant funds.
§ 96.15 Waivers.
§ 96.16 Applicability of title XVII of the Reconciliation Act (31 U.S.C. 7301-7305).
§ 96.17 Annual reporting requirements.
§ 96.18 Participation by faith-based organizations.
Subpart C — Financial Management
§ 96.30 Fiscal and administrative requirements.
§ 96.31 Audits.
§ 96.32 Financial settlement.
§ 96.33 Referral of cases to the Inspector General.
Subpart D — Direct Funding of Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations
§ 96.40 Scope.
§ 96.41 General determination.
§ 96.42 General procedures and requirements.
§ 96.43 Procedures during FY 1982.
§ 96.44 Community services.
§ 96.45 Preventive health and health services.
§ 96.46 Substance abuse prevention and treatment services.
§ 96.47 Primary care.
§ 96.48 Low-income home energy assistance.
§ 96.49 Due date for receipt of all information required for completion of tribal applications for the low-income home energy assistance block grants.
Subpart E — Enforcement
§ 96.50 Complaints.
§ 96.51 Hearings.
§ 96.52 Appeals.
§ 96.53 Length of withholding.
Subpart F — Hearing Procedure
§ 96.60 Scope.
§ 96.61 Initiation of hearing.
§ 96.62 Presiding officer.
§ 96.63 Communications to presiding officer.
§ 96.64 Intervention.
§ 96.65 Discovery.
§ 96.66 Hearing procedure.
§ 96.67 Right to counsel.
§ 96.68 Administrative record of a hearing.
Subpart G — Social Services Block Grants
§ 96.70 Scope.
§ 96.71 Definitions.
§ 96.72 Transferability of funds.
§ 96.73 Sterilization.
§ 96.74 Annual reporting requirements.
Subpart H — Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program
§ 96.80 Scope.
§ 96.81 Carryover and reallotment.
§ 96.82 Required report on households assisted.
§ 96.83 Increase in maximum amount that may be used for weatherization and other energy-related home repair.
§ 96.84 Miscellaneous.
§ 96.85 Income eligibility.
§ 96.86 Exemption from requirement for additional outreach and intake services.
§ 96.87 Leveraging incentive program.
§ 96.88 Administrative costs.
§ 96.89 Exemption from standards for providing energy crisis intervention assistance.
Subpart I — Community Services Block Grants
§ 96.90 Scope.
§ 96.91 Audit requirement.
§ 96.92 Termination of funding.
Subpart J — Primary Care Block Grants
§ 96.100 Scope.
§ 96.101 Review of a State decision to discontinue funding of a community health center.
§ 96.102 Carryover of unobligated funds.
Subpart K — Transition Provisions
§ 96.110 Scope.
§ 96.111 Continuation of pre-existing regulations.
§ 96.112 Community services block grant.
Subpart L — Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant
§ 96.120 Scope.
§ 96.121 Definitions.
§ 96.122 Application content and procedures.
§ 96.123 Assurances.
§ 96.124 Certain allocations.
§ 96.125 Primary prevention.
§ 96.126 Capacity of treatment for intravenous substance abusers.
§ 96.127 Requirements regarding tuberculosis.
§ 96.128 Requirements regarding human immunodeficiency virus.
§ 96.129 Revolving funds for establishment of homes in which recovering substance abusers may reside.
§ 96.130 State law regarding sale of tobacco products to individuals under age of 18.
§ 96.131 Treatment services for pregnant women.
§ 96.132 Additional agreements.
§ 96.133 Submission to Secretary of Statewide assessment of needs.
§ 96.134 Maintenance of effort regarding State expenditures.
§ 96.135 Restrictions on expenditure of grant.
§ 96.136 Independent peer review.
§ 96.137 Payment schedule.
Appendix A to Part 96—Uniform Definitions of Services
Appendix B to Part 96—SSBG Reporting Form and Instructions

Authority

31 U.S.C. 1243 note, 7501–7507; 42 U.S.C. 300w et seq., §300x et seq., §300y et seq., §701 et seq., §8621 et seq., §9901 et seq., §1397 et seq., 5 U.S.C. §301.

Source

47 FR 29486, July 6, 1982, unless otherwise noted.