Georgians with Disabilities Miss Out on $92 Million in Federal Grants

As the number of Georgians with disabilities grew over the last four years, funding that could have helped prepare them for employment decreased. Drastic cuts to state investment in specialized job training, counseling and other vocational rehabilitation led Georgia to leave $92 million in federal funding on the table, enough to serve roughly 28,000 more people.  Download the full report.

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