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1 ADOPTION ASSISTANCE Objective: Funds adoption subsidy costs for children with special needs. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62402, Year Established: 1982 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 6, Title 9; US Social Security Act of 1935, Title IV-E and PL Regulation: 45 CFR Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Aid must be used for support of adopted children who meet eligibility criteria. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through), State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: Federal 50%, State 37.5%, Local 12.5% for assistance to children eligible for Title IV-A as it was on July 16, 1996 or for children eligible for Supplemental Security Income or with special needs; State 75%, Local 25% for others. SFY ,953, ,000,000 NA SFY ,085, ,655,600 NA SFY NA* 144,170,000 NA *Final figures for adoption services unavailable. SFY ,953, ,569,382 NA SFY ,085, ,655,534 NA -42-

2 ADULT PROTECTIVE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES Objective: Funds adult protective services, residential services to victims of domestic violence who are ineligble for public assistance during the time they reside in residential programs for victims of domestic violence and nonresidential services to victims of domestic violence. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1987 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Articles 6-A and 9-B Regulation: NYCRR Parts 408, , 457 Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: Counties and Private Non-Profit Groups Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulation. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50% SFY NA 36,000,000 NA SFY ,000,000 36,000,000 NA SFY ,000,000 36,000,000 NA SFY NA NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA -43-

3 ADVANTAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Objective: Seeks to facilitate the intellectual and social development of youth by providing supplemental learning and youth development experiences after traditional school hours, delivered in the school building. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1999 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: Annual State Budget Bill. Regulation: NA Carole Miller Office of Youth Development Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Community Organizations operating in conjunction with schools, school districts, child care, after-school, cultural and other community-based providers. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. Must demonstrate capacity to provide services in schools after school hours in affiliation with schools or school districts. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Grantee. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: NA SFY ,000,000 10,000,000 NA SFY ,000,000 10,000,000 NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,813 1,797,107 NA SFY ,586,374 1,674,557 NA -44-

4 AMERICORPS* STATE Objective: AmeriCorps is a national service program, similar to a domestic Peace Corps, that involves individuals (members) in community service in their communities. Members may teach children to read, build affordable homes, improve the environment, provide health education and outreach and respond to natural disasters. Administering Agency: - Office of National & Community Service Specific Program URL: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1994 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: US National & Community Service Trust Act of 1993 Regulation: NA Nikki Smith Office of National & Community Service Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Community-based organizations incorporated as private, not-for-profit corporations, educational institutions (local school districts, colleges, universities, etc.), local government entities, state agencies, and faith-based organizations. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: No funds for capital construction or improvements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Grantee. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: Yes, based upon category requirements. SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA SFY ,000,000 NA NA -45-

5 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT Objective: Assists State and local governments and voluntary agencies and organizations to strengthen their capacities to develop programs that will prevent, identify and treat child abuse and neglect. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services; National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1981 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: US Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, 5101 et seq. Regulation: 45 CFR, Part 1340 Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: State Governments, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, School Districts and Private Non-Profit Groups. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen subject to mandated Federal requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through). Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: NA SFY ,288,006* NA NA SFY ,261,818 NA NA SFY ,362,577 NA NA * FFY grant award. SFY ,134,999 NA NA SFY ,711,635 NA NA -46-

6 CHILD WELFARE SERVICES Objective: Funds local district provision of home services for families and children (including child protective services, child preventive services, adoption services, independent living services and aftercare services.) Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 2002 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Section 153-K Regulation: NYCRR Parts 421, 423, 430, 432, 433, 434 Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: Counties Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: Recommended: State 65%, Local 35% New Program SFY NA 324,400,000 NA -47-

7 CHILDREN AND FAMILY TRUST FUND Objective: To support prevention and treatment services to victims of family violence, including child abuse, domestic violence and elder abuse. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1985 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 10-A (William B. Hoyt Memorial Children and Family Trust Fund Act of 1985) Regulation: NA Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, School Districts, Public Authorities and Private Non-Profit Groups. (State agencies are not eligible). Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, without any State or Federal mandated requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: First and second years: None; Third year: State 50%, Local or Private 50%. Federal Funds State General Funds State Fiduciary Funds SFY NA 1,000,000 3,530,000 SFY NA NA 3,530,000 SFY NA 681,600 3,530,000 Federal Funds State General Funds State Fiduciary Funds SFY NA 1,000,000 1,357,491 SFY NA NA 1,730,

8 CRIMINAL HISTORY REVIEW Objective: Criminal record checks for foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents and adult household members. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1999 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: , Law: Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 (P.L ); NY Social Services Law, 378-a: Chapter 7 of the Laws of 1999, Chapter 145 of the Laws of Regulation: NA Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandatory, required by Federal and State law. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50%. Federal Funds State General Funds State Fiduciary Funds SFY NA 4,384,000 NA SFY NA 2,782,000 NA SFY NA 2,250,000 NA Federal Funds State General Funds State Fiduciary Funds SFY , ,553 NA SFY , ,104 NA -49-

9 DELINQUENCY PREVENTION PROGRAMS (BLUEPRINT INITIATIVES) Objective: Designed to provide opportunities that prevent the occurrence of juvenile violence and crime, substance abuse and other problems associated with teenagers. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1997 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: Annual State Budget Bill Regulation: NA Sally Herrick Assistant Commissioner Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties, Private Non-Profit Corporations and Public Agencies. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. Must demonstrate capacity to provide services in accordance with criteria specified from "New York Youth: A Blueprint for State and Local Action." Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Grantee. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: NA SFY NA 2,500,000 NA SFY NA 2,250,000 NA SFY NA NA NA SFY NA 1,351,745 NA SFY NA 2,556,652 NA -50-

10 FOSTER CARE BLOCK GRANT Objective: Supports foster care services (including care, maintenance, supervision, tuition and independent living services; supervision of foster children placed in Federally funded Jobs Corps programs, care, maintenance, supervision and tuition for adjudicated juvenile delinquents and persons in need of supervision placed in out-of- State residential programs) and in-home services for families and children (including child protective services, child preventive services and adoption services other than adoption subsidies). Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62401, Year Established: 2002 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: , , Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 5, Title 2, Section 153-i; US Social Security Act of 1935, Title IV-E and PL Regulation: 45 CFR, Parts Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by both State and Federal law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through), State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Formula: Yes. Consult program and/or fiscal contact. Matching Requirement: Federal 50% for Title IV-E; Foster Care Block Grant allocated to local social services districts. Maintenance of Effort: No New Program SFY NA 364,500,000 NA -51-

11 HEALTHY FAMILIES NEW YORK HOME VISITING PROGRAM Objective: Promotes optimal prenatal care and positive growth and development to improve maternal and child health and social outcomes for families at high risk of abuse and neglect. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1994 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 6, Title 6-A, Home Visiting Regulation: NA Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: Public and Private Not-for-Profit Social Services and Health Agencies. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. Collaboration with health agencies and private doctors providing pre-natal care and pediatric services, as well as with local departments of health and social services is required. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal and State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: NA SFY ,800,000 1,600,000 NA SFY ,600,000 1,600,000 NA SFY ,000,000 1,600,000 NA SFY NA 3,256,689 NA SFY ,427, ,910 NA -52-

12 INTEGRATED COUNTY PLANNING FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES Objective: Seeks to establish a single, integrated county-level planning process for all publicly and privately supported children, youth and family services. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1997 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: Annual State Budget Bill Regulation: NA Nancy Martinez Assistant Director Strategic Planning and Policy Development (518) Eligibility: Counties Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: NA SFY NA 1,500,000 NA SFY NA 1,500,000 NA SFY NA NA NA SFY NA 681,618 NA SFY NA 1,831,523 NA -53-

13 JUVENILE DETENTION, NON-SECURE Objective: Provides temporary custody, care, maintenance and supervision to juveniles involved in the court process, in a locally-operated facility characterized by the lack of physically restricting hardware, construction and procedures. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1976 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Executive Law, Article 19-G Regulation: 9 NYCRR Part 180 Robert Pollack Detention Services Unit Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties. Detention provider must be designated pursuant to Section 503 of the Executive Law and certified by the Office of Children and Family Services. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Resource is mandated, required by State law and regulations. Monies must be used for operation of non-secure detention facilities. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50% SFY NA 17,200,000 NA SFY NA 22,140,000 NA SFY NA 24,986,000 NA SFY NA 21,503,644 NA SFY NA 22,123,672 NA -54-

14 JUVENILE DETENTION, SECURE Objective: Provides temporary custody, care, maintenance and supervision to juveniles involved in the court process, in a locally-operated facility characterized by physically restricting hardware, construction and procedures. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1976 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Executive Law, Article 19-G Regulation: 9 NYCRR Part 180 Robert Pollack Detention Services Unit Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties. Detention provider must be designated pursuant to Section 503 of the Executive Law and certified by the Office of Children and Family Services. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Resource is mandated, required by State law and regulations. Monies must be used for operation of secure detention facilities. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: State 50%, Local 50% SFY NA 25,400,000 NA SFY NA 31,250,000 NA SFY NA 31,970,000 NA SFY NA 38,283,939 NA SFY NA 23,533,590 NA -55-

15 MENTAL HEALTH/JUVENILE JUSTICE PRE-PLACEMENT PROGRAM Objective: Aims to reduce institutional placements by diverting juveniles who have been brought to Family Court on a juvenile delinquency petition, and who are in need of mental health and/or alcohol and substance abuse services. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1994 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: Annual State Budget Bill Regulation: NA Linda Dorangrichia Judi Scheely Project Director Associate Budget Analyst Division of Development and Preventive Services Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. County must document it is among the highest OCFS placement counties of youth with mental health needs. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: Yes for previously funded counties, no for counties with new programs. Maintenance of Effort: Yes for previously funded counties. SFY NA 1,500,000 NA SFY NA 1,500,000 NA SFY NA 1,500,000 NA SFY NA 1,400,658 NA SFY NA 1,864,513 NA -56-

16 NEW YORK STATE CHILD CARE BLOCK GRANT Objective: Provides child care assistance to special groups and for activities to increase the availability or quality of child care of child care programs and to provide child care assistance to (1) families in receipt of family assistance or safety net assistance with children under 13 years of age when the care is necessary for work or approved work activities, (2) famlies transitioning from family assistance, (3) low income working families, (4) teen parent completing high school and (5) other families as determined by local social services districts. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62702, 62901, Year Established: 1997 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: , Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 6, Title 5-C; US Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 1990 and Title IV-A, Section 418 as amended by Title VI of Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (PRWORA) of 1996 (PL ) Regulation: 45 CFR, Parts 98 and 99; NYCRR Article 12, Parts Suzanne Sennett Director Bureau of Early Childhood Services (518) Eligibility: Subsidy: Counties; All other: Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages and Private Non-Profit Groups. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen subject to mandated Federal and State requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Subsidy: Non-competitive application for aid required. All other: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State; Federal to State to Local (Pass-through); State to Local. Monies are advanced and reimbursed. Type of Aid: Subsidies: Ongoing. All other: Project Grant. Formula: Subsidies: Yes - Consult program and/or fiscal contact. All other: NA Matching Requirement: Family Assistance Child Care Subsidies only: Federal and State 75%; Local 25%. Maintenance of Effort: Yes Federal Funds* State General Funds State Spec. Rev. SFY ,119,272 96,066,000 NA SFY ,422,287 96,066,000 NA SFY ,824,630 96,066,000 NA * Amounts included for FFY , , and amounts authorized in respective State fiscal year for TANF transfer to Child Care. SFY ,220,830 96,066,000 NA SFY ,085,934 96,066,000 NA -57-

17 POST RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISION PROGRAM Objective: Provides funding to localities to increase the supervision capacity of local probation departments to include conditionally released youth and to purchase necessary services to assist in the successful reintegration of youth to the community. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1996 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: Annual State Budget Bill Regulation: NA Cheryl Dennin Associate Commissioner Rehabilitative Services (518) Eligibility: Counties. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional. Must be operated by a local probation department. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: NA SFY NA 1,000,000 NA SFY NA 1,000,000 NA SFY NA 1,000,000 NA SFY NA 370,313 NA SFY NA 571,586 NA -58-

18 RESPONSIBLE PARENTING/ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY PREVENTION AND SERVICES (APPS) Objective: Supports the establishment of comprehensive and coordinated strategies for prevention of adolescent pregnancy and development of more effective services for the parenting adolescent. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1984 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 8-A, Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Services Act of 1984 Regulation: NA Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, School Districts and Private Non-Profit Groups. Must be a qualifying organization capable of providing necessary coordination of services. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen subject to mandated State requirements. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: State 75%, Local and/or Private funding or services 25%. Match may be waived by Commissioner. SFY ,652,000 NA NA SFY ,670,000 NA NA SFY ,670,000 NA NA SFY ,040 4,163,637 NA SFY ,651, ,284 NA -59-

19 RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH Objective: Encourages and supports the establishment and operation of local programs to serve runaway and homeless youth. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: 69103, Year Established: 1978 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Executive Law, Articles 19-A and 19-H Regulation: 9 NYCRR Part 182 Sally Herrick Assistant Commissioner Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties. Requires a Runaway and Homeless Youth Plan approved by the Commissioner of the Office of Children and Family Services. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen subject to mandated State requirements. Must be used for runaway/homeless and independent living program in accordance with county comprehensive youth services plan. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Matching Requirement: State 60%, Local 40% SFY NA 5,813,000 NA SFY NA 5,655,229 NA SFY NA 5,656,000 NA SFY NA 4,694,336 NA SFY NA 5,042,726 NA -60-

20 SOCIAL SERVICES TRAINING Objective: Provides local social services district personnel with training to effect proper and efficient administration of the programs of the Office of Children and Family Services. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: 62701, 62702, 62703, 62704, Year Established: Varied Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: , , , , , , Law: NY Social Services Law, Article 3, Title 7; US Social Security Act of 1935, Titles IV-A, IV-D, IV-E and XIX as amended by Title VI of Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (PRWORA) of 1996 (PL ) Regulation: NA Peter Miragila Director Division of Training and Workforce Development (518) Eligibility: Counties. Must be a local social services district. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Mandated, required by State law or regulations. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through), State to Local. Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Type of Aid: Project Grant Matching Requirement: Varied. SFY NA* 5,750,000 NA SFY NA* 5,750,000 NA SFY NA* 5,750,000 NA *Final figures unavailable. SFY ,260,000 5,750,000 NA SFY ,073,000 5,750,000 NA -61-

21 SPECIAL DELINQUENCY PREVENTION Objective: Designed to foster positive development and better quality of life for all youth under the age of 21. Administering Agency: NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1979 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: NA Law: NY Executive Law, Article 19-A Regulation: 9 NYCRR Subpart Sally Herrick Assistant Commissioner Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer, NY (518) (518) Eligibility: Counties, Municipalities, Private Non-Profit Corporations and Public Agencies where Non-Profits are unavailable. Application requires approval of local youth bureau and/or NYS Office of Children and Family Services. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Optional, but once chosen subject to mandated State requirements. Programs must be in accordance with county comprehensive youth services plans and in compliance with regulations and guidelines. Action Required to Receive Aid: Competitive application for aid is required for a portion of these funds, the remainder are allocated by the local youth bureau. Flow of Funds: State to Local. Monies are provided as a reimbursement. Formula: Funding distribution is based on the combination of youth population and a DCJS formula derived from youth need indicators. Also, a portion of funding is distributed on a discretionary basis. Matching Requirement: NA SFY NA 10,420,000 NA SFY NA 10,421,000 NA SFY NA 10,421,000 NA SFY NA 10,272,672 NA SFY NA 10,462,156 NA -62-

22 TITLE IV-B Objective: Supports child welfare services provided by State and local public welfare agencies to enable children to remain in their own homes, or where that is not possible, to provide alternate permanent homes for them. Another objective is to reduce the incidence of child abuse and neglect. Administering Agency: ; US Department of Health and Human Services NYS Object Code: Year Established: 1935 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance No.: Law: US Social Security Act of 1935, Sections and Regulation: 45 CFR, Part 1357 Larry G. Brown Deputy Commissioner Division of Development and Preventive Services (518) Eligibility: State Governments and Counties. Must be a local social services district. Type of Program and Special Restrictions: Required by State law or regulations. Funds for foster care maintenance, day care, adoption assistance and preventative services under this program are limited. Action Required to Receive Aid: Non-competitive application for aid required. Flow of Funds: Federal to State to Local (Pass-through). Monies are provided partially as an advance and partially as a reimbursement. Formula: Yes. Consult program and/or fiscal contact. Matching Requirement: Federal 75%, State and Local 25%. Match provided by Child Welfare Services spending and local expenditures. Federal Funds* State General Funds State Spec. Rev. SFY ,531,837 NA NA SFY ,228,404 NA NA SFY ,940,632 NA NA * Title IV-B Child Welfare allotment to NYS for FFY , , and SFY ,768,438 NA NA SFY ,531,837 NA NA -63-

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