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1 CT Legislature Passes Fiscal Year Budget On Wednesday, June 3, the Connecticut General Assembly passed an Emergency Certification Bill, H.B as amended by the House, the state budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 and The bill passed the House of Representatives by a vote of and the State Senate by a vote of Overall, the final budget maintains funding for social services at approximately the same level as the Appropriations Committee s budget, supporting individuals, children, and families in need of essential health and human services, including mental health and substance abuse, as well as developmental disabilities. In part, the biennial budget sustains social services through a $2 billion tax increase on corporations, wealthy households, cigarette sales, and other finance adjustments. Malloy is expected to sign the budget into law. The 2015 Regular Session concluded with the passage of a resolution by both chambers convening a Special Session focused on the passage of a key bill necessary for implementing the -17 budget. The Special Session is expected to convene sometime in the next several weeks. Some of the most significant items of interest to members are highlighted below. The budget also includes a 1% COLA for providers in. We will provide additional details following the passage of the budget implementation bill during the upcoming Special Session. If you have any questions on items that may require additional analysis, please contact Brunilda Ferraj or Ben Shaiken

2 DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (DCF) The final DCF budget is approximately $200 Million below the s recommended level of funding due to the Legislature s reversal of the s proposal to transfer Juvenile Probation functions from CSSD to DCF as well as the transfer of Youth Service Bureaus and associated funding from the SDE to DCF. Another item of note includes the reduction of Board and Care for Children Short Term Stabilization by $1.2 Million in and $1.8 Million in over the s proposal. Several other line items in the budget saw an increase from the s proposed budget; please see below for details. SID Description Diff. from Diff. from Other Expenses 35,361,354 34,219,151 35,383,854 34,241,651 22,500 22,500 Workers' Compensation Claims 10,716,873 10,716,873 10,540,045 10,540,045 (176,828) (176,828) Family Support 984, , , ,082 (9,830) 2,500 Homeless Youth 2,515,707 2,515,707 2,515,707 2,515, Differential Response System 8,286,191 8,286,191 8,286,191 8,286, Regional Behavioral Health Consultation Pre-Adjudicated Juvenile and Family Health Assessment and Consultation Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children Day Treatment Centers for Children Juvenile Justice Outreach Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention Community Based Prevention Programs 1,719,500 1,719,500 1,696,875 1,719,500 (22,625) - 114,340, ,168, (114,340,682) (118,168,678) 1,015,002 1,015,002 1,015,002 1,015, ,483,393 15,483,393 15,865,893 15,993, , ,000 6,783,292 6,783,292 6,995,792 7,208, , ,000 12,199,027 12,199,027 12,464,608 13,476, ,581 1,277,190 8,599,177 8,599,177 9,426,096 9,837, ,919 1,238,200 7,858,769 7,858,769 7,996,992 8,100, , ,983 Page 2 of 8

3 Family Violence Outreach and Counseling 1,797,591 1,797,591 2,113,938 2,477, , ,000 Supportive Housing 13,908,020 13,908,020 16,955,158 19,930,158 3,047,138 6,022,138 No Nexus Special Education 2,233,340 2,316,642 1,933,340 2,016,642 (300,000) (300,000) Family Preservation 5,735,278 5,735,278 6,052,611 6,211, , ,000 Substance Abuse Treatment 9,817,303 9,817,303 10,092,881 10,368, , ,157 Child Welfare Support 1,591,373 1,591,373 2,501,872 2,501, , ,499 Board and Care for Children - Adoption Board and Care for Children - Foster Board and Care for Children - Short Term Stabilization 94,356,756 95,666,397 94,611,756 95,921, , , ,643, ,568, ,158, ,098, ,900 2,529, ,037, ,900, ,830, ,090,959 (1,206,667) (1,810,000) Individualized Family Supports 9,413,324 9,413,324 9,413,324 9,413, Community Kidcare 37,716,720 37,716,720 40,126,470 41,261,220 2,409,750 3,544,500 Covenant to Care , , , ,814 Neighborhood Center , , , ,414 Youth Service Bureaus 2,300,000 2,300, (2,300,000) (2,300,000) DEPARTMENT TOTAL 929,461, ,186, ,409, ,527,745 (108,051,636) (103,658,811) Page 3 of 8

4 DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (DDS) The final DDS budget is approximately $49 million above the s proposed budget over the biennium. The Voluntary Program is now more accurately named the Behavioral Program, and the final budget restored $28.6 million of the cuts in the s budget. $17.7 million of the cuts in the s budget were restored to the Employment Opportunities and Day program and Community Residential saw $12.1 million restored. SID Description Diff. from Diff. from Personal 267,209, ,307, ,989, ,087,937 (4,220,000) (4,220,000) Other Expenses 20,894,381 20,894,381 20,619,455 20,894,381 (274,926) - Family Support Grants 3,738,222 3,738,222 3,738,222 3,738, Cooperative Placements Program 24,544,841 24,477,566 24,544,841 24,477, Clinical 3,493,844 3,493,844 3,440,085 3,493,844 (53,759) - Workers' Compensation Claims 15,246,035 15,246,035 14,994,475 14,994,475 (251,560) (251,560) Autism 2,552,272 2,848,961 2,802,272 3,098, , ,000 Behavioral Program 12,986,713 18,889,987 29,731,164 30,818,643 16,744,451 11,928,656 Supplemental Payments for Medical 5,108,116 5,108,116 4,908,116 4,908,116 (200,000) (200,000) Rent Subsidy Program 5,130,212 5,130,212 5,130,212 5,130, Employment Opportunities and Day 222,545, ,053, ,626, ,650,362 5,080,900 12,596,600 Community Residential 480,961, ,447, ,871, ,596,014 2,910,000 9,148,266 DEPARTMENT TOTAL 1,064,411,379 1,087,636,771 1,084,396,485 1,116,888,733 19,985,106 29,251,962 Page 4 of 8

5 DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES (DMHAS) The DMHAS budget is approximately $21 Million over the s recommended level of funding. Approximately $19.1 million in and $20.6 million in in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health grant lines was restored from the s cut. The final budget also includes approximately $1 Million in each FY for the DMHAS Managed System. Other key items of note are included in the table below. SID Description Diff. from Diff. from Personal 205,578, ,141, ,578, ,141, Other Expenses 28,716,563 28,752,852 28,716,563 28,752, Housing Supports and 23,221,576 24,221,576 23,221,576 24,221, Managed Service System 61,471,758 61,618,442 62,596,523 62,743,207 1,124,765 1,124,765 Legal 546, , , , , ,790 Connecticut Mental Health Center 7,637,002 7,637,002 8,398,341 8,509, , ,161 Professional 11,488,898 11,488,898 11,488,898 11,488, General Assistance Managed Care 41,991,862 43,075,573 41,991,862 43,075, Workers' Compensation Claims 11,990,126 11,990,126 11,792,289 11,792,289 (197,837) (197,837) Nursing Home Screening 591, , , , Young Adult 80,206,667 85,961,827 80,206,667 85,961, TBI Community 10,400,667 10,412,737 10,400,667 10,412, Jail Diversion 4,595,351 4,617,881 4,595,351 4,617, Behavioral Health Medications 5,860,641 5,860,641 5,783,527 5,860,641 (77,114) - Prison Overcrowding 6,330,189 6,352,255 6,330,189 6,352, Page 5 of 8

6 Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option 4,816,334 4,803,175 4,816,334 4,803, Discharge and Diversion 24,447,924 27,347,924 24,447,924 27,347, Home and Community Based Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act 20,566,913 26,901,275 19,612,854 25,947,617 (954,059) (953,658) 500, , , , , ,235 Nursing Home Contract 485, , , , Pre-Trial Account , , , ,437 Grants for Substance Abuse 17,567,934 17,567,934 22,667,934 22,667,934 5,100,000 5,100,000 Grants for Mental Health 58,325,041 58,325,041 72,280,480 73,780,480 13,955,439 15,455,439 Employment Opportunities 10,417,204 10,417,204 10,417,204 10,417, Managed Service System 435, , , , DEPARTMENT TOTAL 638,188, ,051, ,216, ,776,697 21,027,308 22,725,332 Page 6 of 8

7 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS) Approximately $8 million in increases for Medicaid Behavioral Health rates remains in the DSS budget; this funding is not shown below as it was appropriated in previous FYs and is now incorporated into the current services number. There is no cut to HUSKY B despite how it appears below, as the federal share is not appropriated in this budget. Diff. Diff. SID Description from from Personal 133,204, ,516, ,527, ,178,052 1,323,000 1,662,021 Other Expenses 148,127, ,200, ,435, ,619, , ,524 Children's Health Council , , , ,245 Genetic Tests in Paternity 122, , , ,506 (2,270) - Actions State Food Stamp 483, , , , Supplement HUSKY B Program 33,690,000 36,250,000 6,550,000 4,350,000 (27,140,000) (31,900,000) Medicaid 2,446,290,000 2,505,490,000 2,469,915,500 2,544,288,000 23,625,500 38,798,000 Old Age Assistance 37,636,440 37,779,320 37,944,440 38,347, , ,000 Aid To The Blind 743, , , ,289 7,000 14,000 Aid To The Disabled 60,387,585 60,134,440 61,115,585 61,475, ,000 1,341,000 Temporary Assistance to 102,625, ,058,030 99,425,380 98,858,030 (3,200,000) (3,200,000) Families - TANF Food Stamp Training 11,400 11,400 11,250 11,400 (150) - Expenses Healthy Start - - 1,251,522 1,287,280 1,251,522 1,287,280 DMHAS-Disproportionate Share Connecticut Home Care Program 108,935, ,935, ,935, ,935, ,230,000 38,040,000 43,430,000 40,590,000 2,200,000 2,550,000 Page 7 of 8

8 Human Resource , , , ,452 Development-Hispanic Programs To The Elderly 476, , , , Safety Net 885, ,452 2,462,943 2,533,313 1,577,585 1,827,861 Refunds Of Collections 112, , , ,500 (1,875) - for Persons With 353, , , , , ,947 Disabilities Nutrition Assistance 329, , , , , ,872 Housing/Homeless 4,826,384 4,698,287 5,210,676 5,210, , ,389 State Administered 22,342,040 24,005,550 23,154,540 24,818, , ,500 General Assistance Connecticut Children's 15,579,200 15,579,200 14,605,500 14,800,240 (973,700) (778,960) Medical Center Community 803, ,226 1,100,730 1,128, , ,634 HS Infrastructure - - 3,021,660 3,107,994 3,021,660 3,107,994 Community Action Program Teen Pregnancy - - 1,607,707 1,653,641 1,607,707 1,653,641 Prevention Fatherhood Initiative Family Programs - TANF , , , ,166 Human Resource - - 5,029 5,096 5,029 5,096 Development-Hispanic Programs - Municipality Teen Pregnancy , , , ,044 Prevention - Municipality Community - 71,616 71,616 78,526 79,573 6,910 7,957 Municipality Family Programs - TANF - - 2,244,195 2,370,629 2,244,195 2,370,629 DEPARTMENT TOTAL 3,159,267,545 3,223,850,466 3,169,681,296 3,247,199,758 10,413,751 23,349,292 Page 8 of 8

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