The House of Reps’ FY 2011 budget proposal cuts the Department of Human Services budget by an additional $11.4 million over the governor’s January proposal. DHS now faces a $33 million cut in state General Funds for FY 2011 compared to this year’s enacted budget. This is a 6.1 percent cut on top of several years of cuts to the department, which includes services for child abuse protection and the elderly. Download the PDF.
Closing Georgia’s Coverage Gap Could Provide a Lifeline for Young Adults with Mental Health Struggles
About the authors: Rox Moffett is a Policy and Press Strategist with the Georgia Youth