Service Population definition

Service Population means the specific group of individuals who are eligible to receive local health department ser- vices from a local health department.
Service Population means the total population of the community served as determined by the latest complete vintage population estimates available from the
Service Population means children/youth age birth through 20 years who require preventive or remedial dental care.

Examples of Service Population in a sentence

  • Factor 1: Assessment of the Number and Proportion of LEP Persons Likely to be Served or Encountered in the Eligible Service Population The agency has reviewed census data on the number of individuals in its service area that have limited English Proficiency, as well as the languages they speak.

More Definitions of Service Population

Service Population means children/youth in foster care who have been abused and/or neglected, found to be delinquent, or identified as a CHINS.
Service Population means older individuals, 60 years of age or older, who are residents of long-term care facilities (i.e. nursing, skilled nursing, distinct part facilities, residential care facilities for the elderly, and other adult care homes similar to these facilities) regardless of their socio-economic status or area of residence. [OAA Sections 102(35), 321(a)(10), WIC 9701(b). The Local Ombudsman Program may serve residents under 60 years of age if: a. A majority of the residents of the facility where the younger person resides are over age 60; b. Such service does not weaken or decrease service to older individuals covered by the Older Americans Act [Policy of the Office of Elder Rights Protection, Administration on Aging; July 15, 1996]; and c. County General Funds are used to fund the services.
Service Population means the recipients, users, and beneficiaries of an agency’s activities or the subject of an agency’s regulation.
Service Population means children who are alleged to have been abused, neglected, or exploited and require specialized medical examinations to diagnose difficult conditions, such as serious sexual abuse, failure to thrive, Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy, and suspicious bone fractures.
Service Population means children age birth through 20 and their families who need assessment or treatment of behavioral health needs.
Service Population means children age birth through 20 and their families who need assessment or treatment of behavioral health needs related to substance use.
Service Population means children/youth, age birth through 20 years, who require preventive and remedial care.