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1 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments

2 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 This page intentionally left blank. Page 1 of 34

3 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 Table of Contents 1. PURPOSE /INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND Funding within the Block Grant: Counties Participating in the Block Grant: Consolidated Human Service Planning and Reporting: Public and Stakeholder Engagement: FLEXIBILITY PROVIDED BY THE BLOCK GRANT / WAIVERS COUNTY BLOCK GRANT IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICES Opportunities for Stakeholder Input Community Involvement Integrated Front Door Approach Efficient, Person-Centered Care Reforms Timely Services Opportunities for Innovation Innovation Drives Change Communication and Collaboration Multi-Year Service Planning Team-Based, Coordinated Care Approaches to Providing CONCLUSIONS APPENDIX A: INDIVIDUALS SERVED APPENDIX B: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE HUMAN SERVICES BLOCK GRANT FISCAL YEAR ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Page 2 of 34

4 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January PURPOSE /INTRODUCTION Act 80 of 2012 established a Block Grant ("Block Grant") for the purpose of allocating funds to county governments to provide locally identified county-based human services to meet the service needs of county residents. The Act provides for specific duties of the Department of Public Welfare ( the Department ). The Department must annually prepare and submit a report to the Chairman and Minority Chairman of the Public Health and Welfare Committee of the Senate, the Chairman and Minority Chairman of the Appropriations Committee of the Senate, the Chairman and Minority Chairman of the Health Committee of the House of Representatives, the Chairman and Minority Chairman of the Committee of the House of Representatives and the Chairman and Minority Chairman of the Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives of the expenditures of Block Grant funds by county governments to include: The allocation levels. The expenditure levels. The number of individuals served by the human services provided. Any other information deemed necessary by the department, including any information which would determine the effectiveness of the block grant. Page 3 of 34

5 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January BACKGROUND Act 80 of 2012 was signed into law on June 30, 2012, establishing the Block Grant. In July 2012 the Department of Public Welfare (Department) began the implementation of Act 80 of The Block Grant provides counties greater flexibility in financing human services. It is a new funding mechanism and is not a new program. The flexibility pertains only to the funding sources within the Block Grant and not to all county human services funded by state or federal dollars. The flexibility does not require counties to implement new services or make other service delivery changes. 2.1 Funding within the Block Grant: The line items within the Block Grant contain a small but significant portion of the total funds provided to Counties for the delivery of human services. The funds within the Block Grant include: Mental Health Community Base Funded Services, Behavioral Health Services Initiative, Intellectual Disabilities Community Base Funded Services, Child Welfare Special Grants, Act 152 Drug and Alcohol Funding Homeless Assistance Program Funding, and Development Funds. Other significant sources of funding for county human services programs are not included in the Block Grant, including: Intellectual Disabilities Waiver programs, Behavioral Health Medicaid funded HealthChoices Program, Early Intervention Services, and Child Welfare Needs-Based Plan and Budget. 2.2 Counties Participating in the Block Grant: Act 80 of 2012 allowed for twenty counties to participate in the Block Grant. Following passage of Act 80 of 2012, the Department accepted applications from thirty counties expressing interest in participating in the Block Grant. The twenty counties selected for the FY were: Allegheny Beaver Berks Bucks Page 4 of 34

6 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 Butler Centre Chester Crawford Dauphin Delaware Erie Franklin Fulton Greene Lancaster Lehigh Luzerne Tioga Venango Wayne Act 55 of 2013 provided for ten additional counties to participate in the Block Grant, bringing the total to thirty counties. The Department accepted applications from fifteen additional counties. The ten new counties selected to participate, effective the fiscal year, are: Blair Cambria Lackawanna McKean Montgomery Northampton Potter Schuylkill Washington Westmoreland Page 5 of 34

7 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 This map summarizes the development of the Block Grant in fiscal years , and : 2.3 Consolidated Human Service Planning and Reporting: Included in Act 80 of 2012 were provisions for consolidated, unified and standardized reporting and planning procedures across all counties. The consolidated planning and reporting requirements are applicable to all 67 counties for the seven funding streams included in the Block Grant. The new, consolidated reporting requirements replaced numerous reports with varying deadlines and requirements for the funding streams now in the Block Grant. The figures included herein relating to client counts and expenditures of funds have been reported by Block Grant counties in the newly consolidated Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The figures reported have not been certified or audited by the Department and are subject to change based upon further analysis. Counties were required to report to the Department the number of individuals served in each human services program within the Block Grant for the fiscal year Comparative service data from years prior to the Block Grant is not available for all of the human services programs. Consumer totals reported herein do not include the number of consumers served by the Intellectual Disabilities Waiver programs, the Behavioral Health Medicaid-funded HealthChoices program, Early Intervention services and the Child Welfare Needs- Based Budget services or other programs outside of those within the Block Grant. human service delivery models vary across counties in order to meet local need, which results in multiple methodologies used to capture client counts. Therefore, the client numbers may be duplicated across program areas. 2.4 Public and Stakeholder Engagement: Also included in Act 80 of 2012 was a standardized transparent process for development and county commissioner approval of Block Grant Plans. Block Grant Counties must hold at least two open hearings to gain stakeholder input and feedback on draft Plans before submitting those plans to the Department. Page 6 of 34

8 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January FLEXIBILITY PROVIDED BY THE BLOCK GRANT / WAIVERS The Block Grant has allowed counties greater flexibility in determining priority human services needs within the community and aligning funding to address those needs. In FY , counties were required to expend at least eighty percent of their allocated funds within the respective areas of Community Based Mental Health Services,, Child Welfare Services, Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Prevention Services, and. The remaining twenty percent of the allocated funds could be reallocated to service areas determined by the county through their needs assessment and planning process. Counties could request a waiver of the minimum funding levels. Initially, only Tioga requested a waiver, which was approved. Tioga requested the waiver of the minimum required expenditures in the Child Welfare Special Grants category. The county requested to move $4,100 outside the minimum required expenditure level to Children s Respite and the Bridge Housing program. Needs were identified in both programs areas in previous years. During the course of the fiscal year, Fulton requested a waiver which was also approved. Fulton requested a waiver of the minimum expenditure requirement for Child Welfare Special Grants. The county requested to move $13,279 outside the minimum expenditure requirement to support Homeless Assistance Programs, Drug and Alcohol Services and Interagency Coordination. 4. COUNTY BLOCK GRANT IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICES The funding mechanism under the Block Grant provides counties the ability to address locally identified needs. It supports the concept that each county is unique with regard to local resources and service gaps and provides each county with the ability to address these in their service delivery system. Counties have reported implementing the following practices with funds included in the Block Grant. 4.1 Opportunities for Stakeholder Input: In Dauphin, commissioners formed a stakeholder committee which consists of fifteen members. The membership is made up of private sector businesses, human services staff, and other stakeholders, such as service recipients and their families. The committee holds public hearings and makes funding recommendations to the Commissioners. Delaware created a Block Grant Advisory Board, with stakeholders including providers of human services, consumers and family members. 4.2 Community Involvement: Allegheny established a Block Grant Advisory Board with broadbased, diverse representation from consumers and families of Block Grant funded services, providers, advocates, community representatives, and representation from existing and statutorily required Boards and the Department of staff. The majority of the Advisory Board consists of consumers. As part of the broader strategy for implementing the Block Grant, Allegheny issued a Page 7 of 34

9 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 Call for Concepts to engage the provider network and other partners in strategizing how best to use the flexibility of the Block Grant to serve the community. The goal was to solicit ideas and approaches to more creatively, effectively and efficiently deliver human services by transferring some of the flexibility afforded by the Block Grant to the provider network. 4.3 Integrated Front Door Approach: In Venango, the Block Grant has allowed movement into a fully integrated one front door system of care. The Block Grant has also allowed Beaver to institute a single door approach to providing human services. The offices of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Children and Youth, and Community Development have worked with existing community services and the managed care organizations to build a comprehensive, continuous, integrated system of care. 4.4 Efficient, Person-Centered Care: Greene hired a family resource caseworker to work with families and individuals who do not fall specifically under one system. The flexibility of the Block Grant has allowed staff to address the specific needs of populations who fall into several different human service program areas. The flexibility of the Block Grant has allowed Erie to fund a program which allocates resources to some of the county s most vulnerable citizens. Another initiative utilized Block Grant funds to create a comprehensive summer program for eligible children, including nonverbal children with autism. Centre s human services have followed a traditional categorical approach. The Block Grant has allowed the county the freedom of continuing with this model while expanding categorical services to a greater population. For example, the De-Clutter program assists families and individuals facing loss of housing or custody due to unsanitary and cluttered conditions. The service was previously only offered to individuals involved with Children and Youth Services or MH/ID services. The Block Grant allowed the to expand the service to a broader group of individuals who were in need of this service. 4.5 Reforms: Tioga has had an integrated Structure for more than twenty years. The Block Grant complemented this in many ways, creating financial flexibility to meet local needs. The Block Grant also affords some relief in the administrative, fiscal and reporting requirements allowing more funds to be focused on services and less on administrative activity. The first year of implementation of the Block Grant allowed the county to: increase Mental Health and drug and alcohol promotion and advertising awareness; provide additional services for transition age youth; expand their Bridge Housing units; update their accounting system and cost allocation plan; provide an electronic records program for providers; Page 8 of 34

10 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 hire a forensic caseworker to assist in the transition of inmates out of the county jail; increase their social rehabilitation program to include services in five senior centers; and increase funding for their respite program to be able to serve any population. For Venango, the local control and flexibility provided by the Block Grant allows the county to work together with community partners to develop additional services such as: an Enhanced Personal Care program for those who are dually diagnosed with mental health and intellectual disabilities; expanded drug and alcohol Peer Support services; restoration of the mental health consumer managed Warm Line, a program which offers confidential support for individuals recovering from mental illness; expanded Alternatives to Truancy program; integrated management of Human Service Housing Programs; and continued work towards a fully integrated life stage-defined system of care based on local needs that is promoted through the Block Grant. Crawford was able to use the Block Grant to provide the types of services needed by its population. Lifting of the eligibility requirements for categorical funds allowed the county to provide more drug and alcohol services. Wayne initiated parenting classes for parents who are drug and alcohol consumers. This service helped to teach parents what puts their children at risk and identify and strengthen protective factors for children. The child welfare agency and the education system were interested in resources that could support children at risk because of parental substance abuse. These resources were unavailable before the flexibility of the Block Grant. The Block Grant has allowed Lehigh to shift additional funding into their drug and alcohol program to meet this increasing need. 4.6 Timely Services: The Wayne Drug and Alcohol Commission provides drug and alcohol assessment and placement. The Drug and Alcohol Commission was experiencing persistent and enduring delays for persons seeking care. The flexibility of the Block Grant funding allowed Wayne to appoint a full-time drug and alcohol case manager. That staff person sees fifteen to twenty persons per week. Page 9 of 34

11 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 The flexible funding provided in the Block Grant has allowed Delaware to maintain drug and alcohol services on a more consistent basis, assuring that citizens who need drug and alcohol treatment have access to it. 4.7 Opportunities for Innovation: Lancaster created a single point of entry into homeless services and the provider network. This approach is more cost effective and uses resources more efficiently, allowing the county to provide the right services at the right time to people who are at imminent risk of losing their housing or who are already homeless. Lehigh is using the flexible funding mechanism within the Block Grant to fund a pilot program that aims to reduce truancy in Lehigh schools. The county has partnered with a number of schools to work at the elementary school grade levels to reduce truancy. Bucks has used the Block Grant to support its Alternatives to Truancy Program, a collaborative effort between the county, area school districts, and the Bucks District Justices. The program has established a consistent countywide approach to dealing with truancy and a reduction in the number of referrals to child welfare due to truancy. The Block Grant has also supported the county s efforts to offer step down services to consumers of drug and alcohol programs who have co-occurring physical and behavioral health issues. 4.8 Innovation Drives Change: Berks has developed an effective means of identifying and providing access to individuals into appropriate levels of addiction treatment services. However, the categorical restrictions placed on certain governmental funds did not allow a match between the treatment needs and available resources. Previously, treatment funding intended for Berks residents would go unspent, while unmet needs continued. With the flexibility of the Block Grant, Berks is able to fully access and expend such funds. 4.9 Communication and Collaboration: The primary benefit that Butler has identified from the implementation of the Block Grant was increased communication and collaboration with the Board of Commissioners, the local United Way, individuals and families involved with services, the faith-based community, and businesses, as well as internally among the various departments involved. The Block Grant Planning Team was created to focus on the priority areas identified through the public meetings which included prevention, transportation, and employment. The Block Grant also supported another priority identified through the planning process, the focus on building public/private partnerships in order to address gaps and issues within the service delivery system Multi-Year Service Planning: Crawford is planning to utilize carry forward funding for a Transitional Housing Initiative, for youth age who have a serious mental health diagnosis and after leaving the education system and moving on from their family homes Team-Based, Coordinated Care Approaches to Providing : The Block Grant has meant increased flexibility for Chester, which has benefited their addiction treatment programs and aging services, allowed them to establish an information and referral site in Coatesville, and increased the amount of advocacy and mentoring being provided to families and individuals. Page 10 of 34

12 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January CONCLUSIONS Counties are the front line in the planning and delivery of human services in the Commonwealth. The Block Grant has enabled thirty counties to gain greater flexibility in funding their human service programs. This flexibility has been used to meet the local and unique needs of diverse communities throughout the Commonwealth. Additionally, the Department implemented streamlined, consolidated planning and reporting requirements for all 67 counties while continuing to review and approve these plans and provide technical assistance. The consolidated reporting includes a report on individuals served. Prior to these reporting changes, there was not a comprehensive mechanism to capture client service across all the categorical program offices making it impossible to compare county performance in to that of prior years. The new consolidated reporting structure supports efforts to review and monitor changes in the service delivery system over time. The Block Grant further standardized transparency in the creation and passage of county plans by requiring at least two open hearings to gain stakeholder input on county plans. Page 11 of 34

13 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 APPENDIX A: INDIVIDUALS SERVED Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Block Grant Individuals Served in Fiscal Year Mental Intellectual Housing Children & Youth Special Drug & Human Services Development Health Disabilities Assistance Grants Alcohol Fund Allegheny 70,591 2,122 5,314 5,024 33, ,151 Beaver 3, ,624 1, ,787 Berks 9,827 2,051 2, ,837 20,344 Bucks 12, , ,497 2,000 20,694 Butler 17, , ,121 22,497 Centre 10, , ,391 Chester 5, ,122 7,827 16,149 Crawford 3, , ,206 9,835 Dauphin 9, ,226 1,018 1,561 6,631 22,489 Delaware 11, ,446 1,364 1,522 1,298 17,536 Erie 34,369 1,776 1, , ,910 Franklin 9, ,056 15,252 Fulton ,461 Greene 1, ,896 Lancaster 5, , ,095 1,014 14,148 Lehigh 7,476 2,072 1,690 2,849 1,203 1,831 17,121 Luzerne 35, , ,021* 139,273 Tioga 1, ,924 9,560 Venango 3, , ,240 Wayne 3, ,038 of Individuals Served by Program 257,691 15,729 32,372 16,592 53, , ,772 Source: All numbers are reported by counties in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. These figures have not been certified or audited by the Department. Act 80 of 2012 consolidated reporting of county human services expenditures. As a result, counties were required to report to the Department the number of individuals served in each human services program within the Block Grant for the fiscal year Comparative service data from years prior to the Block Grant is not available for all of the human services programs. Notes: The data above are limited in the following ways: (1) Consumer totals do not include the number of consumers served by the Intellectual Disabilities Waiver programs, the Behavioral Health Medicaidfunded HealthChoices program, Early Intervention services and the Child Welfare Needs-Based Budget services; (2) human service delivery models vary across counties in order to meet local need, Page 12 of 34

14 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 which results in multiple methodologies used to capture client counts; (3) The client numbers may be duplicated across program areas. * Luzerne operates a 24/7 Help Line for residents and human service providers with HSDF funding and provides information and referral services in both Luzerne and Wyoming counties. Each unique call is counted. Therefore, the Help Line accounts for a significant portion of the reported clients within the Human Service Development Fund by the county (97,938). The consumer totals represent a duplicated consumer count. Page 13 of 34

15 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 APPENDIX B: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE HUMAN SERVICES BLOCK GRANT FISCAL YEAR ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Fiscal year allocations and expenditures for Block Grant counties appear on the following pages: Allegheny. 15 Beaver 16 Berks 17 Bucks 18 Butler.. 19 Centre. 20 Chester.. 21 Crawford.. 22 Dauphin. 23 Delaware.. 24 Erie 25 Franklin.. 26 Fulton..27 Greene 28 Lancaster.. 29 Lehigh. 30 Luzerne. 31 Tioga 32 Venango.. 33 Wayne.. 34 Page 14 of 34

16 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Allegheny State $7,993,564 $7,292,401 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $856,636 $856,636 MA-Community ID Base * $2,798,829 $2,671,832 State $94,586,003 $94,829,240 SSBG-Community MH Services $830,890 $830,890 M-Community MH Services $1,342,083 $1,342,083 Crisis Counseling $667 $667 $0 $10,820,869 $3,352,566 $100,355,446 $4,858,237 $6,408,065 $0 $6,408,065 Child Welfare Special Grants $11,102,560 $8,018,667 $0 $8,018,667 State $2,358,084 $2,133,388 SABG-Homeless Services $731,200 $731,200 $0 $2,864,588 State $1,491,183 $3,622,123 $0 $3,622,123 TOTAL $128,949,936 $128,737,192 $3,352,566 $132,089,758 * This amount includes $126,997 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 15 of 34

17 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Beaver State $2,170,852 $2,223,136 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $95,471 $95,471 MA-Community ID Base * $134,830 $134,830 State $7,865,387 $7,462,001 SSBG-Community MH Services $93,914 $93,914 M-Community MH Services $194,379 $194,379 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $356,295 $497,719 $239,263 $2,692,700 $265,056 $8,015,350 $0 $497,719 Child Welfare Special Grants $937,843 $937,843 $45,117 $982,960 State $116,530 $116,530 $0 $116,530 State $216,542 $214,466 $0 $214,466 TOTAL $12,182,043 $11,970,289 $549,436 $12,519,725 * This amount includes $6,827 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 16 of 34

18 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Berks State $2,948,578 $2,948,578 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $158,389 $158,389 MA-Community ID Base * $381,931 $330,030 State $9,182,076 $9,182,076 SSBG-Community MH Services $117,574 $117,574 M-Community MH Services $262,337 $262,337 Crisis Counseling $494 $315 $94,016 $3,531,013 $341,970 $9,904,272 $1,200,718 $1,110,745 $0 $1,110,745 Child Welfare Special Grants $764,910 $764,910 $23,635 $788,545 State $455,873 $410,286 $0 $410,286 State $322,352 $457,912 $0 $457,912 TOTAL $15,795,232 $15,743,152 $459,621 $16,202,773 * This amount includes $51,901 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 17 of 34

19 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Bucks State $7,315,818 $6,794,067 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $290,361 $290,361 MA-Community ID Base * $478,838 $474,090 State $16,377,683 $16,757,715 SSBG-Community MH Services $167,266 $167,266 M-Community MH Services $258,581 $258,581 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $266,000 $7,824,518 $590,500 $17,774,062 $1,085,732 $1,058,129 $16,281 $1,074,410 Child Welfare Special Grants $868,559 $868,559 $30,016 $898,575 State $409,554 $409,554 $14,908 $424,462 State $410,937 $469,225 $41,714 $510,939 TOTAL $27,663,329 $27,547,547 $959,419 $28,506,966 * This amount includes $4,748 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 18 of 34

20 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Butler State $2,003,864 $1,811,406 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $94,092 $94,092 MA-Community ID Base * $713,253 $713,253 State $4,526,320 $4,224,863 SSBG-Community MH Services $24,968 $24,968 M-Community MH Services $193,295 $193,295 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $53,261 $2,672,012 $124,214 $4,567,340 $367,051 $578,729 $17,014 $595,743 Child Welfare Special Grants $543,800 $453,912 $13,345 $467,257 State $133,931 $174,552 $5,287 $179,839 State $126,726 $203,601 $5,985 $209,586 TOTAL $8,727,300 $8,472,671 $219,106 $8,691,777 * This amount includes $2,110 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 19 of 34

21 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Centre State $978,591 $979,659 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $39,614 $39,614 MA-Community ID Base * $93,587 $93,165 State $3,531,501 $3,593,805 SSBG-Community MH Services $21,208 $21,208 M-Community MH Services $104,253 $104,253 Crisis Counseling $6,645 $0 $49,704 $1,162,142 $208,781 $3,928,047 $171,125 $120,250 $0 $120,250 Child Welfare Special Grants $205,348 $177,439 $14,077 $191,516 State $353,498 $318,148 $0 $318,148 State $86,125 $136,887 $0 $136,887 TOTAL $5,591,495 $5,584,428 $272,562 $5,856,990 * This amount includes $0 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 20 of 34

22 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Chester State $5,102,181 $4,304,521 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $251,189 $251,189 MA-Community ID Base * $1,054,382 $952,321 State $13,542,049 $13,156,172 SSBG-Community MH Services $123,035 $123,035 M-Community MH Services $215,432 $214,276 Crisis Counseling $385 $316 $169,257 $5,677,288 $415,869 $13,909,668 $1,571,353 $2,017,445 $0 $2,017,445 Child Welfare Special Grants $1,473,782 $1,185,490 $85,957 $1,271,447 State $275,643 $294,219 $0 $294,219 State $291,593 $589,220 $0 $589,220 TOTAL $23,901,024 $23,088,204 $671,083 $23,759,287 * This amount includes $32,048 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 21 of 34

23 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Crawford State $893,824 $885,305 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $40,275 $40,275 MA-Community ID Base * $217,251 $163,641 State $2,314,327 $2,331,527 SSBG-Community MH Services $38,065 $38,065 M-Community MH Services $64,925 $64,925 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $48,689 $1,137,910 $157,508 $2,592,025 $387,926 $358,923 $22,421 $381,344 Child Welfare Special Grants $349,470 $291,503 $2,771 $294,274 State $203,076 $218,104 $0 $218,104 State $91,046 $104,031 $157 $104,188 TOTAL $4,600,185 $4,496,299 $231,546 $4,727,845 * This amount includes $34,462 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 22 of 34

24 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Dauphin State $2,878,308 $2,598,283 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $136,330 $136,330 MA-Community ID Base * $652,468 $630,337 State $17,080,576 $17,291,951 SSBG-Community MH Services $201,902 $201,902 M-Community MH Services $453,545 $453,545 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $182,088 $3,547,038 $480,686 $18,428,084 $827,000 $820,071 $0 $820,071 Child Welfare Special Grants $1,670,326 $1,217,748 $32,892 $1,250,640 State $703,274 $870,664 $0 $870,664 State $248,531 $407,050 $0 $407,050 TOTAL $24,852,260 $24,627,881 $695,666 $25,323,547 * This amount includes $22,454 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 23 of 34

25 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Delaware State $8,069,048 $6,463,337 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $396,194 $396,194 MA-Community ID Base * $873,346 $831,233 State $29,456,104 $29,256,350 SSBG-Community MH Services $293,886 $293,886 M-Community MH Services $350,196 $350,196 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $0 $7,690,764 $764,321 $30,664,753 $1,220,601 $1,866,600 $93,653 $1,960,253 Child Welfare Special Grants $960,503 $945,284 $161,997 $1,107,281 State $838,684 $1,070,487 $0 $1,070,487 State $510,596 $396,825 $0 $396,825 TOTAL $42,969,158 $41,870,392 $1,019,971 $42,890,363 * This amount includes $26,376 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 24 of 34

26 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Erie State $3,325,661 $3,319,661 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $268,934 $268,934 MA-Community ID Base * $354,521 $354,521 State $13,874,280 $13,708,680 SSBG-Community MH Services $438,381 $438,381 M-Community MH Services $494,254 $232,459 Crisis Counseling $37,640 $36,259 $234,251 $4,177,367 $455,263 $14,871,042 $1,422,185 $1,323,938 $0 $1,323,938 Child Welfare Special Grants $1,206,578 $1,205,079 $107,243 $1,312,322 State $606,765 $743,526 $0 $743,526 State $323,582 $452,167 $0 $452,167 TOTAL $22,352,781 $22,083,605 $796,757 $22,880,362 * This amount includes $17,819 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 25 of 34

27 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Franklin State $681,838 $653,986 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $70,174 $70,174 MA-Community ID Base * $223,174 $165,999 State $4,356,316 $4,194,027 SSBG-Community MH Services $6,385 $6,385 M-Community MH Services $86,241 $86,241 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $41,485 $931,644 $105,241 $4,391,894 $290,526 $293,685 $0 $293,685 Child Welfare Special Grants $59,439 $48,602 $2,558 $51,160 State $113,658 $166,003 $290 $166,293 State $95,968 $111,879 $0 $111,879 TOTAL $5,983,719 $5,796,981 $149,574 $5,946,555 * This amount includes $0 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 26 of 34

28 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Fulton State $66,917 $24,202 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $6,887 $6,887 MA-Community ID Base * $21,903 $11,086 State $427,541 $424,704 SSBG-Community MH Services $627 $627 M-Community MH Services $8,464 $8,464 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $2,221 $44,396 $7,272 $441,067 $28,513 $39,256 $0 $39,256 Child Welfare Special Grants $70,425 $22,270 $3,036 $25,306 State $14,389 $16,033 $0 $16,033 State $50,000 $57,533 $2,848 $60,381 TOTAL $695,666 $611,062 $15,377 $626,439 * This amount includes $0 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 27 of 34

29 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Greene State $364,840 $251,276 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $22,381 $22,381 MA-Community ID Base * $51,004 $49,913 State $1,256,498 $1,223,021 SSBG-Community MH Services $14,129 $14,129 M-Community MH Services $128,264 $128,264 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $0 $323,570 $18,300 $1,383,714 $75,858 $60,431 $0 $60,431 Child Welfare Special Grants $96,120 $63,616 $0 $63,616 State $53,572 $43,966 $23,696 $67,662 State $60,287 $79,400 $0 $79,400 TOTAL $2,122,953 $1,936,397 $41,996 $1,978,393 * This amount includes $1,091 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 28 of 34

30 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Lancaster State $3,485,860 $3,152,943 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $153,522 $153,522 MA-Community ID Base * $691,953 $503,859 State $10,722,694 $10,510,526 SSBG-Community MH Services $179,086 $179,086 M-Community MH Services $278,587 $278,587 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $0 $3,810,324 $429,515 $10,968,199 $1,053,761 $1,057,191 $44,646 $1,101,837 Child Welfare Special Grants $606,062 $515,781 $30,651 $546,432 State $368,923 $430,151 $0 $430,151 State $327,274 $402,087 $0 $402,087 TOTAL $17,867,722 $17,183,733 $504,812 $17,259,030 * This amount includes $101,092 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 29 of 34

31 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Lehigh State $2,560,785 $2,301,220 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $152,474 $152,474 MA-Community ID Base * $344,129 $321,092 State $12,614,074 $11,809,056 SSBG-Community MH Services $65,348 $65,348 M-Community MH Services $163,558 $163,558 Crisis Counseling $0 $0 $453,091 $3,227,877 $77,272 $12,115,234 $1,270,659 $1,500,023 $0 $1,500,023 Child Welfare Special Grants $2,630,989 $1,597,843 $71,084 $1,668,927 State $418,721 $388,225 $0 $388,225 State $265,756 $293,434 $0 $293,434 TOTAL $20,486,493 $18,592,273 $601,447 $19,193,720 * This amount includes $23,025 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 30 of 34

32 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Luzerne State $3,578,360 $3,253,447 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $167,135 $167,135 MA-Community ID Base * $281,859 $281,859 State $9,957,343 $9,647,308 SSBG-Community MH Services $178,313 $178,313 M-Community MH Services $258,841 $258,841 Crisis Counseling $9,779 $0 $141,723 $3,844,164 $580,594 $10,665,056 $1,094,839 $1,094,839 $0 $1,094,839 Child Welfare Special Grants $572,653 $334,571 $21,355 $355,926 State $753,690 $753,690 $0 $753,690 State $306,357 $306,357 $0 $306,357 TOTAL $17,159,169 $16,276,360 $743,672 $17,020,032 * This amount includes $7,125 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 31 of 34

33 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Tioga State $821,422 $785,776 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $15,038 $15,038 MA-Community ID Base * $212,848 $205,060 State $1,268,357 $936,419 SSBG-Community MH Services $18,852 $18,852 M-Community MH Services $48,440 $48,440 Crisis Counseling $200 $200 $47,940 $1,053,814 $49,532 $1,053,443 $122,188 $83,833 $5,115 $88,948 Child Welfare Special Grants $78,070 $41,106 $2,507 $43,613 State $103,031 $114,802 $7,004 $121,806 State $50,000 $203,374 $12,407 $215,781 TOTAL $2,738,446 $2,452,900 $124,505 $2,577,405 * This amount includes $7,788 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 32 of 34

34 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Venango State $1,315,498 $883,083 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $45,665 $45,665 MA-Community ID Base * $214,638 $198,891 State $1,557,750 $1,993,820 SSBG-Community MH Services $12,264 $12,264 M-Community MH Services $89,306 $89,306 Crisis Counseling $4,302 $3,018 $0 $1,127,639 $236,000 $2,334,408 $288,316 $369,332 $0 $369,332 Child Welfare Special Grants $1,106,946 $763,760 $0 $763,760 State $45,179 $48,371 $0 $48,371 State $68,900 $303,759 $0 $303,759 TOTAL $4,748,764 $4,711,269 $236,000 $4,947,269 * This amount includes $15,747 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 33 of 34

35 Act 80 of 2012 Block Grant Program- Report of the of Block Grant Funds by Governments January 2014 : Wayne State $534,601 $492,284 SSBG-Community ID Base Program $44,299 $44,299 MA-Community ID Base * $129,209 $106,138 State $1,324,270 $1,254,902 SSBG-Community MH Services $31,764 $31,764 M-Community MH Services $132,115 $132,115 Crisis Counseling $5,841 $0 $0 $642,721 $41,200 $1,459,981 $129,677 $121,502 $0 $121,502 Child Welfare Special Grants $128,685 $71,647 $4,845 $76,492 State $28,969 $28,119 $0 $28,119 State $50,000 $165,854 $10,800 $176,654 TOTAL $2,539,430 $2,448,624 $56,845 $2,505,469 * This amount includes $2,214 which represents the maximum Federal reimbursement available to the county program through the administrative claim reimbursement process. Drug and Alcohol, Child Welfare Special Grants, Homeless Assistance and however are reported in the HSDF category to conform to the new reporting format. Note: The expenditures were reported by the in the Fiscal Year Block Grant Income and Expenditure Report. The amounts are uncertified and Page 34 of 34

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