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The budget: Division overviews

Adult and Family Services
Services to Children and Families
Health Division
Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division
Senior and Disabled Services Division
Vocational Rehabilitation
Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
Office of Medical Assistance Programs


Adult and Family Services

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $215.7 $128.2 $449.0 $792.9
1997-99 215.3 50.5 809.1 1.074.9
1999-01 222.6 57.6 956.0 1,236.2
2001-03* 187.6 128.5 979.8 1,295.9
* In addition to the funding above, there is a $4.3 million General Fund Special Appropriation to the Emergency Board for caseload related issues.


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Reduction in the maximum age of children served through day care programs. Children older than age 12 will generally no longer be eligible for day care services.
  • Expansion of day care services for families enrolled in secondary education.
  • Elimination of 190 field and 27 central office positions, for a savings of $20.4 million.
  • Elimination of the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund program. This change was consistent with an Attorney General's opinion.
  • Reduction in funding for Emergency Assistance (excluding funding for domestic violence-related services) by $4 million General Fund.
  • Funding of $100,000 General Fund and $200,000 Total Funds for a statewide Food Stamp outreach campaign.
  • Elimination of most case management services for Food Stamp clients, to accommodate anticipated increases in the caseload of the non-public assistance Food Stamp Program.
  • DHS to prepare a comprehensive assessment that includes a comparative analysis of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs and alternatives to determine policy choices and costs related to serving multiple-barrier clients.
  • A Department of Administrative Services (DAS) study to examine possible consolidation of the Department's child-support programs with those located at the Department of Justice. DAS will report its findings to the November 2002 Emergency Board.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $1,295.9 million

Pie chart for Adult and Family Services 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 26%, Administration 2%, Client benefits/purchased services 72%.



Client benefits and purchased services

 

Clients served
(avg. per mth)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Single and Unemployed Parent (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families ­ TANF) 40,095 $7.8 $153.6
Emergency Assistance (TANF) 3,993 3.4 12.3
Employment and Training (TANF) 19,518 35.2 107.4
Employment Related Day Care 25,355 7.0 107.0
Refugee Program 751   13.4
Food Stamp Program 310,382 1.5 541.4
Law Enforcement Medical Account     1.0
TOTAL   $54.9 $936.1

$590.6 million Total Funds in child support collections and recoveries are not included in the state budget.


Services provided by DHS

  Staff
(FTE)
General Fund
($ millions)
Total Funds
($ millions)
Branch staff, Investigations, Recovery Services, Food Stamp Payment staff, Support Enforcement costs 1,525 $122.3 $337.4

Administration

  Staff
(FTE)
General Fund
($ millions)
Total Funds
($ millions)
  137 $10.4 $22.4

2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Title IV-A (TANF)
Food Stamps
Title IV-D
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Title XX
Refugee Program

OTHER FUNDS
Child Support Recoveries
Tobacco Tax
Title VI (Child Care)
General Fund

Pie chart for Adult and Family Services 2001-2003 major revenue sources: Federal Funds $979.8m, 76%; Other Funds $128.5m, 10%; and General Fund $187.6m, 14%.

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Services to Children and Families

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $144.4 $27.4 $202.1 $373.9
1997-99 185.4 29.5 240.4 455.3
1999-01 201.0 32.3 323.0 556.3
2001-03 231.5 26.1 340.0 597.6

Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Reduction of 31 percent in flexible funds for System of Care. The final phase of System of Care is being implemented as part of an agreement with the Juvenile Rights Project.
  • Reduction of 50 percent in Family Support Team flexible funds. These funds support client drug-and-alcohol outpatient treatment and other services.
  • Contracted family treatment and support programs have been reduced by 5 percent. This includes funding for parent training, family sex abuse treatment, intensive family services, and intensive home-based services.
  • Elimination of funding for some non-statewide programs including: Friends of the Children, Mental Health Partners Program and the Grants Pass Coalition.
  • A reduction of $1,976,004 in anticipation of savings from Department reorganization.
  • Reduction of 10 percent in the agreements with Portland State University for staff training and research projects.
  • A restructure of administration, as regional offices and a variety of non-case carrying positions were eliminated. This resulted in the abolishment of 29 positions.
  • Workload increases for Adoption Assistance, Foster-Care programs, Target Children (severely disabled children for whom there are no existing resources) and Supportive Remedial Day Care.
  • Full implementation of the Targeted Case Management Program for in-home services. This increases federal revenue and results in General Fund savings.
  • Transfer of the Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Intervention Program to the Department of Justice effective January 1, 2002.
  • Development of oversight for outdoor youth programs. A limited duration half-time position and funding for an advisory board have been provided.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $597.6 million Services to Children and Families 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 44%, Administration 6%, and Client benefits/purchased services 50%.




Client benefits/purchased services

 

Clients served
(avg. per day)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Foster care 7,200 $38.8 $122.0
Remedial in-home protective services (such as housekeepers and day care) 2,500 18.6 32.0
Adoptions and permanent planning 7,300 39.1 73.5
Residential care 450 23.7 52.1
State commission contracted programs (Level 7/Crisis Nursery)   0.0 10.5

Special programs (such as domestic violence, grants, child abuse assessment centers, tribal programs)

  0.0 10.7
TOTAL   $120.2 $300.8



Services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Branch staff (includes Child Protective Services) 1,775 $99.6 $260.1

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  65 $11.7 $36.8


2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Title IV-E (Foster Care)
Title XX (Social Services Block Grant)
Title IV-A (Emergency Assistance)
Title IV-B (Child Welfare Services)

OTHER FUNDS
SSI and Child Support
Unitary Tax-Child Abuse Assessment
Federal Funds

Pie chart for Services to Children and Families 2001-2003 major revenue sources: Other Funds $26.1m, 4%; General Fund, $231.5m, 39%; and Federal Funds $340m, 57%.

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Health Division

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $23.1 $51.9 $128.8 $203.8
1997-99 28.3 82.7 171.9 282.9
1999-01 28.6 89.7 189.9 308.2
2001-03* 32.1 89.0* 208.8 329.9
* Other Funds include $23.2 million from Ballot Measure 44 and the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement of 1998.


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Enhancement of tobacco prevention and education with $5 million from the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement of 1998.
  • Elimination of General Funds for the State Technical Assistance Team, which provided support for the statewide Child Fatality Review (CFR) and 35 county CFR teams.
  • · Elimination of General Funds for the Perinatal Project Contract with Oregon Health Sciences University.
  • Allocation of $500,000 to the Office of Multicultural Health, to develop and implement a minority health issues database. The database will provide information to identify public-health issues that are relevant to minority communities and strategies to address them.
  • SB 769 directs the Department to develop a juvenile diabetes database that will serve as a repository for data collected through school surveys and from reporting physicians, and make it available for scientific research. New funding of $100,000 will support development of the database.
  • The Environmental Health Drinking Water Program and the Maternal and Child Health Program will work with stakeholders to fund grants to fluoridate community water systems with $500,000 General Fund support.
  • $200,000 in new General Fund support for the development of standards for Emergency Medical Services for Children.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $329.9 million

Pie chart for Health Division 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 21%, Administration 3%, and Client benefits/purchased services 76%.


Client benefits/purchased services

 

Clients served
(over the biennium, except as noted)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Women Infants and Children Program (WIC)* 95,000 per mth $0.0 $132.7
Maternal and Child Health 80,800 2.9 6.5
Family Planning Services 200,000 3.1 36.2
Immunizations (doses) 1,500,000 2.2 9.8
Perinatal Services 17,000 0.6 3.4
State Support for Public Health to counties 3,300,800 4.6 8.5
School Based Health Centers 19,040 2.5 2.5
Water Systems (samples and fluoridation) 320,000 0.5 2.0
Cancer Screening and Education 11,000 0.0 3.9
HIV/TB/Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) 16,184 3.7 21.1
Tobacco Prevention and Education**   0.0 23.2
TOTAL   $20.1 $249.8

* WIC includes $104 million of food and infant formula rebate dollars, which are not limited.
** Funding for Tobacco Tax Revenues (Ballot Measure 44) and tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.


Services provided by DHS

  Staff
(FTE)
General Fund
($ millions)
Total Funds
($ millions)
Compliance, data analysis, technical assistance, laboratory testing, licensing and certification, vital records

468 $9.2 $68.2

Administration

  Staff
(FTE)
General Fund
($ millions)
Total Funds
($ millions)
  31 $2.8 $11.9


2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Women, Infant and Children Grant
AIDS/HIV/Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Maternal and Child Health Block Grant
Environmental Protection Agency Drinking Water Program
Medicaid, Family Planning Waiver

OTHER FUNDS
Fees
Tobacco Tax (Ballot Measure 44) and tobacco settlement funds
Grants, Other Charges

Pie chart for Health Division 2001-2003 major revenue sources: General Fund $32.1m, 10%; Other Funds 27%; and Federal Funds $208.8m, 63%.

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Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $450.6 $37.9 $414.0 $902.5
1997-99 474.6 61.0 425.0 960.6
1999-01 651.4 89.8 633.7 1,374.9
2001-03* 744.7 103.3 717.3 1,565.3
* In addition to the funding above, there are Special Appropriations to the Emergency Board totaling $27 million General Fund for the following purposes: crisis services for persons with developmental disabilities (DD) ($.3 million GF), second year funding for the DD universal access program ($19.2 million GF), and mental health planning and service delivery funds for counties ($7.5 million GF).


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Reconfiguration of the intensive treatment services for children with disabling mental health conditions, so that children receive services in the most integrated community settings possible.
  • Addition of staff at the Oregon State Hospital and Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center to address new federal rules regarding mental health seclusion and restraint policies.
  • Implementation of the Universal Access Plan for people with developmental disabilities, to greatly increase access to community services by expanding residential beds, respite care, in-home supports and crisis services in the first phase of a multi-year settlement agreement in the Staley v. Kitzhaber lawsuit.
  • Additional funding to improve infection control at the Oregon State Hospital and to provide treatment for clients with hepatitis C.
  • Two new wards to be opened at the Oregon State Hospital will accommodate growth in forensics caseload.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $1,565.3 million

Pie chart for Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: DHS institutional services 18%, Services provided by DHS 1%, Administration 3%, and Client benefits/purchased services 78%.


Client benefits/purchased services

 

Clients served
(biennium)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Community Mental Health Services 111,623 $270.6 $558.8
Community Developmental Disability Services 15,782 304.8 663.0
TOTAL   $575.4 $1,221.8


DHS institutional services

  Average daily population General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Oregon State Hospital (incl. Portland) 672 $95.2 $169.1
Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center 60 11.5 15.0
Fairview Training Center 0 0.8 0.8

Eastern Oregon Training Center

65 8.9 24.1
State Operated Group Homes 151 30.9 74.5

TOTAL

  $147.3 $283.5
Total Staff (FTE) = 2,225      


Other services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Licensing, quality assurance, service development, Crisis/Diversion, and Extended Care Management 145 $11.7 $21.1

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  122 $10.3 $38.9


2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Other Federal Funds and Grants

OTHER FUNDS
Grants, Other Charges
Client Medicare Resources
Medicaid Upper Payment Limits Transfer

Pie chart for Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division 2001-2003 major revenue sources: Other Funds $103.3m, 7%; Federal funds, $717.3m, 46%; and General Fund $744.7m, 47%.

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Senior and Disabled Services Division

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $304.0 $36.8 $451.0 $791.8
1997-99 361.7 66.0 583.1 1,010.8
1999-01 445.9 73.7 685.4 1,205.0
2001-03 517.3 84.2 778.5 1,380.0
* In addition to the funding above, the 2001 Legislature appropriated $300,000 in General Fund to the Emergency Board for the start-up costs of the Home Care Commission.


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Increases in nursing facility and community-based care rates.
  • Caseload growth in long-term care programs of 4,960 cases.
  • Additional field staff to work with increasing numbers of community-based care clients.
  • Implementation of the new Client Assessment and Planning System (CA/PS) on the Oregon Access automated system.
  • Implementation of Independent Choices pilot project in three counties.
  • Implementation of a new Older Americans Act program for family caregivers.
  • Development of a new rate structure for Adult Foster Care and Residential Care Facilities.
  • Participation in the development of a 2001-03 budget for the newly approved Home Care Commission.
  • Development of a pilot project in Washington and Multnomah counties to test a county veterans services program.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $1,380 million

  Pie chart for Senior and Disabled Services Division 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 17%, Administration 2%, Client benefits/purchase services 81%.



Client benefits/purchased services

 

Clients served
(monthly)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Community-based care* 28,511 $221.5 $552.5
Nursing facilities 5,737 178.2 496.1
Oregon Project Independence 3,738 13.7 13.7
Older Americans Act 125,000 0.0 26.8
Old Age Assistance 7,519 0.0 3.7
Aid to Blind and Disabled 37,110 0.3 4.9
General Assistance 2,833 0.0 21.5
Employment initiative   0.2 0.2
TOTAL   $413.9 $1,119.4

* Includes Personal Care and Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

Services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Includes case management, area agencies on aging funds and quality assurance staff 935 $90.4 $232.6

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  111 $13.0 $28.0


2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Food Stamps
Title III (Older American's Act)
Medicare
Titles IV & V (Senior Employment & Training)

OTHER FUNDS
Supplemental Security
Income Recoveries
Estate Recoveries
Client Pay-in
Local Match Fees

Pie chart for Senior and Disabled Services Division 2001-2003 major revenue sources: General Fund $517.3m, 37%; Other Funds $84.2m, 6%; and Federal Funds,, $778.5m, 57%.

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Vocational Rehabilitation

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $11.3 $2.5 $70.9 $84.7
1997-99 12.6 2.2 88.1 102.9
1999-01 13.7 2.7 95.0 111.4
2001-03 15.1 2.9 102.1 120.1


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Rehabilitation Services continues to receive incremental increases in federal funding (approximately 2 percent to 3 percent annually).
  • Reducing the backlog of Disability Determination Services continuing disability reviews has caused an increase in the number of cases adjudicated, thereby increasing the federal funding allocation.
  • Funding for centers for independent living was increased by $1.3 million (General Fund).


Major new initiatives

None.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $120.1 million

Pie chart for Vocational Rehabilitation 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Administration 7%, Client benefits/purchased services 41%, and Services provided by DHS 52%.


Client benefits/purchased services

  Clients served
(biennium)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Vocational Rehabilitation Services 25,000 $5.0 $34.6

State Independent Living Council

11,600 1.4 1.9
Disability Determination Services 70,000 0.0 12.0

Sheltered Services Program

148 1.0 1.0
TOTAL   $7.4 $49.5


Services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Employment services for people with disabilities and disability determination services 404 $6.8 $62.5

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  19 $0.9 $8.1

2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Section 110, Basic 110 Grant (Vocational Rehabilitation)
Title II/XVI (Social Security Act Disability Determination)
Section 633 Title VI C (Supported Employment)
Section 711 (Independent Living)
Section 302 (Training Grant)
Rehabilitation Services Administration Employment Initiative
Department of Labor Work Incentive Grant

OTHER FUNDS
Worker Compensation Funds
Youth Transition Program

Pie chart for Vocational Rehabilitation 2001-2003 major revenue sources: Federal Funds $102.1m, 85%; Other Funds $2.9m, 2%; and General Fund $15.1m, 13%.

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Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Lottery Funds Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $14.3 $0.0 $10.7 $40.4 $65.4
1997-99 15.2 0.0 13.2 50.8 79.2
1999-01 25.0 5.3 18.8 59.5 108.6
2001-03 37.0 7.1 11.1 57.7 112.9



Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Rate increases for managed-care and alcohol-and-drug-program providers.
  • Rate increases for providers of residential care.
  • Funding of treatment enhancements begun in 2000 for the full 2001-03 biennium.

2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $112.9 million

Pie chart for Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 7%, Administration 3%, and Client benefits/purchased services 90%.


Client benefits/purchased services

  Clients served
(per month)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Treatment
1,666 $33.5 $90.8
Prevention 5,208 0.6 10.5
TOTAL   $34.1 $101.3


Services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Licensing, data analysis, policy development, public education, prevention, evaluation, training and technical assistance 32 $1.3 $7.6

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  22 $1.6 $4.0


2001-2003 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Substance Abuse Block Grant
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Categorical
Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities
Other grants and income

OTHER FUNDS
Beer and Wine Tax
Intoxicated Driver Program Fund/Marijuana Fines
Miscellaneous Revenue
Interagency Charges/Income
Lottery Funds

Pie chart for Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs 2001-2003 major revenue sources: General fund $37.0m, 33%; Other Funds $11.1m, 10%; Lottery Funds $7.1m, 6%; and Federal Funds $57.7m, 51%.

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Office of Medical Assistance Programs

Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $671.4 $45.7 $1,121.7 $1,838.8
1997-99 589.7 289.2 1,348.7 2,227.6
1999-01 628.1 310.3 1,425.1 2,363.5
2001-03* 749.5 450.4 1,762.3 2,962.2
* In addition to the funding above, the Legislature made Special Appropriations to the Emergency Board totaling $16.8 million General Fund for the following purposes: caseload, waiver costs and cost containment issues ($3 million GF), safety net clinic funding ($2.2 million GF), senior prscription drug program ($7 million GF), contingent funding if specific prescription drug-related savings fail to materialize ($3.7 million GF), and institutional pharmacy reimbursement ($.9 million GF).


Program changes and additions in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Numerous actions will be taken to reduce prescription drug expenditures which include the following
    • Lowering pharmacy dispensing fees and ingredient payments
    • Implementing a case management program for antidepressants
    • Implementing co-pays for prescription drugs
    • Developing incentives to use mail order pharmacies
    • Implementing a pharmacy "lock-in" to address clients who use multiple physicians and pharmacies
    • Limiting initial dispensing of long-term drugs to a 15-day supply
    • Implementing a program that purchases generic drugs with an Oregon Maximum Allowable Cost (MAC)
    • Implementing a disease state management program for clients with asthma, diabetes and congestive heart failure, and evaluating cost savings
    • Implementing a case management program for the 700 most costly clients
  • A new Senior Prescription Drug Assistance Program will serve individuals who are 65 and over at incomes up to 185 percent of the Federal Poverty Level and without prescription drug coverage for the past six months.
  • An approach to prescription drugs will ensure that individuals in the fee-for-service Oregon Health Plan receive the most effective prescription drug available at the best possible price.
  • "Oregon Health Plan 2" expands coverage to Oregon's low-income, uninsured children and families with incomes up to 185 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. This change will require a waiver of the federal Medicaid program. Expanded coverage is funded by federal match for the Family Health Insurance Assistance Program expenditures and by establishing two levels of benefit packages for the Medicaid portion of the Oregon Health Plan (OHP).
  • House Bill 3214 provides coverage for women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer through the Oregon Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, a screening program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These screenings are available to women 64 or under who do not have health insurance.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $2,962.1 million

Pie chart for Office of Medical Assistance Programs 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Non OHP programs 7%, Administration 3%, CHIP 1%, and OHP programs 89%.



Client benefits/purchased services

  Clients served
(per month)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Oregon Health Plan* 396,587 $639.6 $2,632.1**

Childrens Health Insurance Program

20,190 0.0 37.3

Non-Oregon Health Plan

28,790 86.5 193.1

Total Medical Programs

  $726.1 $2,862.5

* OHP also includes funds for clients served in managed-care settings for alcohol and drug programs.
** Includes $321.1 million of tobacco tax revenues.


Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
  206 $23.4 $99.7


2001-2003 major revenue sources

GENERAL FUND
FEDERAL FUNDS

Title XIX (Medicaid)
Title XXI (CHIP)

OTHER FUNDS
Tobacco Tax and tobacco settlement funds
Other Revenue

Pie chart for Office of Medical Assistance Programs 2001-2003 major revenue sources: General Fund $749.5m, 25%; Tobacco Tax $321.5m, 11%; Other Funds, $128.9m, 4%; and Federal Funds $1,762.2m, 60%.

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Department-wide support services


Budget history ($ millions)

  General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds Total Funds
1995-97 $0.0 $100.7 $2.0 $102.7
1997-99 3.5 130.7 2.1 136.3
1999-01 1.8 132.2 6.3 140.3
2001-03 6.9 119.7 23.2 149.8


Program changes in the 2001 legislatively adopted budget

  • Phase out of the Year 2000 remediation effort costs for the department's mainframe computer systems, to ensure they function correctly after the turn of the century.
  • Continuation of the replacement of the current Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS).
  • Replacement of the contracting and payment systems used to administer community mental health, developmental disability, and alcohol and drug services in Oregon.


2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $149.8 million

Pie chart for Department-wide Support Services 2001-2003 legislatively adopted budget: Services provided by DHS 9% and Administration 91%.  


Services provided by DHS

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Volunteer Program Field Staff 32 $0.0 $6.1
Community Development Projects   0.0 5.2
Lifespan Respite Care Program   1.1 1.1
Foster Grandparent Program   0.0 .5
TOTAL   $1.1 $12.9

Administration

  Staff (FTE) General Fund ($ millions) Total Funds ($ millions)
Department-wide Support Services 616 $5.8 $136.9
(Includes: Executive Administration, Administrative Services, Finance and Policy Analysis, Community Partnership Team and Governor's Advocacy Office)


2001-03 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Social Services Block Grant
Title XIX (Medicaid)

OTHER FUNDS
Other Grants and Income
Charges to Department divisions for services

Pie chart for Department-wide Support Services 2001-2003 major revenue sources: Federal Funds $23.2m, 15%; General Fund $6.9m, 5%; and Other Funds $119.7m, 80%.


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