I Have a Wisconsin Shares Intentional Program Violation. What do I do? What is an Intentional Program Violation? As a result of an investigation, the agency as determined that you intentionally made a false or misleading statement, intentionally misrepresented or withheld facts, or intentionally committed any act in order to receive a level of service from the Wisconsin Shares program that you would not have otherwise ineligible. The individual shall be denied child care benefits as follows: 6 months for a first intentional program violation 12 months for a second intentional program violation Permanently for a third intentional program violation What do I do if I don’t agree with the Intentional Program Violation? You will receive a notice in the mail, explaining the reason why an Intentional Program Violation has been imposed. If you feel the agency was not correct in its decision, you can request a Fair Hearing by writing to: Division of Hearing and Appeals P.O. Box 7875 Madison, WI 53707-7875 You should also contact the individual who imposed your Intentional Program Violation to discuss options for resolution. What if I need child care while I am in the Appeal process? If you are currently receiving Wisconsin Shares benefits, you can request a continuation of benefits during the appeals process. This request must be included in your appeal.