The FY 2012 budget appropriates $186 million in state funding for the newly established Department of Public Health. The FY 2012 programmatic funding level of $166.2 million represents a $25.8 million, or 13.4 percent, decline from the pre-recession FY 2009
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Georgia has less available federal and state Maintenance of Effort (MOE) funds for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) due to a decreasing federal unobligated balance; cuts to the federal TANF Supplemental Grant; and, an increased reliance on private funds
Georgia is poised to maximize its Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Employment & Training program, which will help more food stamp recipients gain skills to obtain and maintain employment. Download the PDF.
The FY 2012 budget includes new funding to Georgians with developmental disabilities and mental health needs in community settings as opposed to institutional settings. Download the PDF.