Supportive services are provided to employed clients and to clients in approved work and training activities, within the limits of State resources.
Participation in a specific work and training activity is not required if supportive services are needed for that activity but are not available from the Department or other reasonably accessible sources.
Notify the client in writing if you deny a request for supportive services.
When the client must pay sales tax, include the tax amount in the supportive service payment, as
long as the total amount is within any limit prescribed for the item or service.