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Oregon Department of Human Services: 2003 Legislative session. Major initiatives and the 2003-2005 budget. The budget: Cluster overviewsPrint version of 2003 Legislative Session wrapup document Printer-friendly PDF format

Budget ($ millions)

 

General Fund

Other Funds

Federal Funds

Total Funds

2001-03

$173.3

$143.3

$1,207.6

$1,524.2

2003-05

$199.3

$118.7

$1,253.7

$1,571.7



Program changes in the 2003 legislatively adopted budget

  • The Child Support activities previously administered by CAF have been transferred to the Department of Justice along with the funding for that function.
  • Funding was restored allowing the first month's co-pay for Employment Related Daycare clients to be limited to $25.
  • The Legislature restored $4 million to reverse an $18-per-family average co-pay increase for Employment Related Daycare clients, by reducing the minimum co-payment from $43 to $25 per month.
  • The Legislature restored $2.3 million to return the cash assistance grant to its historical level. The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance grant was reduced by five dollars per month during the 2001-2003 biennium.
  • A total of $8 million was restored to System of Care (SOC) Flexible Funds for 2003-2005, that was eliminated in the 2001-2003 biennium.
  • Funding was restored to reverse a 7.5 percent reduction in Foster Care and Adoption Assistance rates. Special Foster Care rates were also increased, partially restoring a 10 percent reduction taken in 2001-2003.
  • Funding was partially restored at $1 million for the Student Day Care program.


2003-2005 legislatively adopted budget

Total Fund expenditures - $1,571.7 million

Pie chart for 2003-2005 Legislatively Adopted Budget. Of the Total Fund expenditures, services provided by DHS comprised 2.8%, Central administration 1.4%, and Client benefits/purchased services 95.8%



Client benefits/purchased services

 

Clients served
(avg. per day)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Temporary Assist. For Needy Families (TANF)

46,423

$41.4

$171.0

JOBS Employment and Training (TANF)

20,843

$15.2

$101.2

Emergency Assistance/Domestic Violence

1,338

$0

$12.2

Employment Related Day Care/Childcare

22,669

$7.5

$94.3

Refugee Program

375

$0

$15.1

Food Stamp Program

406,099

$1.5

$802.3

Prevention Services (Teen Pregnancy)

23,000

$.3

$1.2

Foster Care

9,340

$37.4

$122.5

Remedial In-home Protective Services

1,187

$10.7

$33.0

Adoptions and Permanent Planning

8,196

$42.9

$86.8

Residential Care

509

$14.3

$47.2

State Commission-Contracted Programs

N/A

$0

$11.1

Special Programs

N/A

$1.2

$7.4

TOTAL

 

$172.4

$1,505.3



Services provided by DHS

 

Staff (FTE)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Program Support

129.00

$16.8

$44.6



Central Administration

 

Staff (FTE)

General Fund
($ millions)

Total Funds
($ millions)

Central Office

70.46

$10.1

$21.8



2003-2005 major revenue sources

FEDERAL FUNDS
Title IV-A (TANF)
Title IV-E (Foster Care & Adoption Assist.)
Title XX (Social Services Block Grant)
Title IV-B (Child Welfare Block Grant)
Title XIX (Medicaid)
Food Stamps

OTHER FUNDS
Child Care Development Fund (CCDF)
Overpayment/Third Party Recoveries
Supplemental Security Income [SSI] & Child Support
Unitary Tax-Child Abuse Assessment

Pie chart for 2003-2005 major revenue sources, comprised of 79.8% Federal Funds, 12.7% General Funds, and 7.5% Other Funds.

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